Balinese holidaymaker, 19, left sobbing in street after ‘dream’ tattoo went all wrong: ‘I hate it’
- Young woman, 19, flew to Bali for a tattoo
- She wanted to ink ‘angel energy’ on her forearm, but was left with ‘energy angel’
A young woman was left sobbing on the street after the tattoo design she requested went horribly wrong.
OnlyFans star Tia flew to Bali from Australia to have “angel energy” inked on her left forearm — but the tattoo artist accidentally wrote “energy angel” instead.
The 19-year-old was completely upset after seeing the final result, which was written in thick black font.
“I came to Bali to get a tattoo and I dreamed of getting this tattoo,” she said in a now-viral video.
Fighting back tears, she said, “It should say ‘angel energy’, now it just says ‘energetic angel’.”
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OnlyFans star Tia flew to Bali from Australia to get ‘angel energy’ inked on her left forearm – but the tattoo artist accidentally wrote ‘energy angel’ instead
After just 22 hours, the video has already racked up more than 2.1 million views, with many encouraging Tia to look at it from the “bright side.”
“At least there’s no energy corner,” one wrote in the comments, another said, “I’m sending you all my energy you angel.”
But others weren’t so sympathetic to one person who said, “That’s what you get when your budget for your dream tattoo is $20.”
Others wondered if Tia had looked at the stencil before applying the ink.
‘You would have seen the stencil before it started,’ one thought, another laughed and said, ‘I’m screaming! I’m sorry, but you didn’t check the template?’
The 19-year-old cried after seeing the final draft
While many laughed, others gave sound advice.
“Just put ‘protect yourself’ above it,” someone suggested.
Another added: “Match ‘angel’ above it and you become an Angel Energy Angel..imagine how many crystals you could charge with that much energy!”
And others recommended removing it completely, although this can be difficult because the font is thick and wide.
How to hide a bad tattoo
1. Keep the design similar to the old ink
2. Consider building on the current design
3. Be prepared for a larger size
4. Research experienced cover up tattoo artists