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Parents are divided into tattoo shops that offer free designs to children using permanent markers

Parents are divided into tattoo shops offering free designs to children using permanent markers, with some fearing that it is a “gateway medicine for the real thing”

  • Ink and Skin Studios in Kentucky make drawings in exchange for a good cause
  • Designs including baby Yoda and Frozen characters were shared on Facebook
  • Some parents emphasized possible health risks. Sharpies form the skin of children
  • Others claimed that the fake tattoos would encourage children to get real ones

A tattoo shop that creates designs for children using multi-colored permanent markers has divided parents, some of whom call it a “great idea,” while others claim it is a “gateway drug for the real thing.”

Ink and Skin Studios in Kentucky, USA, do the creative designs in exchange for a donation to charity.

They shared photos of their designs – including baby Yoda, Deadpool and Anna and Elsa from Frozen – on Facebook and parents flocked to the responses to share their thoughts.

Ink and Skin Studios in Kentucky, USA, do the creative designs in exchange for a donation to charity. Pictured: Skyla Lynn gets a 'tattoo'

Ink and Skin Studios in Kentucky, USA, do the creative designs in exchange for a donation to charity. Pictured: Skyla Lynn gets a 'tattoo'

A tattoo shop that creates designs for children using multicolored permanent markers has divided parents, some of whom call it a “great idea,” while others claim it is a “gateway drug for the real thing”

Some emphasized possible health risks. Sharpies form the skin of children.

Faye Leonhardt said, “I love this, but I understand that” Sharpies “aren’t good for the skin.”

Matthew Rhoads said: ‘Not against this idea, but I don’t know how safe sharpie is on your skin.

Ink and Skin Studios shared photos of their designs - including baby Yoda, a deadpool mask and Anna and Elsa from Frozen - to Facebook

Ink and Skin Studios shared photos of their designs - including baby Yoda, a deadpool mask and Anna and Elsa from Frozen - to Facebook

Ink and Skin Studios shared photos of their designs – including baby Yoda, a deadpool mask and Anna and Elsa from Frozen – to Facebook

“Of course there will be comments” that we always draw on ourselves and it goes well “, but now it goes well.

‘You don’t know any long-term effects. It’s still a cool idea, maybe just use something else if that’s possible. ”

Others claimed that the fake tattoos would encourage children to get real ones.

Brandi Tabor said: “No. Consider it the gateway medicine for the real thing. ”

Some people emphasized potential health risks. Sharpies form the skin of children. Pictured: two boys showing off their permanent marker tattoos

Some people emphasized potential health risks. Sharpies form the skin of children. Pictured: two boys showing off their permanent marker tattoos

Skyla Lynn shows off her Baby Yoda 'tattoo'

Skyla Lynn shows off her Baby Yoda 'tattoo'

Some people emphasized potential health risks. Sharpies form the skin of children. Pictured: some designs that the studio has made for children who use permanent markers

Others claimed that the fake tattoos would encourage children to get real ones. Pictured: Skyla Lynn gets her fake tattoo

Others claimed that the fake tattoos would encourage children to get real ones. Pictured: Skyla Lynn gets her fake tattoo

Others claimed that the fake tattoos would encourage children to get real ones. Pictured: Skyla Lynn gets her fake tattoo

Others disagreed and said the drawings provide a way for children to experiment with “forbidden” subjects because “the more you protect them, the more they rebel.”

Melaine McQuillan said the “tattoos” are “a brilliant idea to educate children who think they want one.”

She added, “Give them a fake for a few weeks and let them think about it for the rest of their lives. Much better than letting them slip away and appear at home with a real one by a tattoo artist in the backyard.

Viewers flocked to the responses to share their thoughts on permanent tattoos, and many people were divided

Viewers flocked to the comments to share their thoughts about the permanent tattoos, and many people were divided

Viewers flocked to the comments to share their thoughts about the permanent tattoos, and many people were divided

“You can’t wash a real one there.”

Scott Booth said, “Coming from a fellow tattoo artist, this is a great way to let kids express themselves with a love of art, and best of all is just sharp, it comes off after a while, but the smile of the children is important. “

Jenny Rogerson said: “I see this as a great educational tool. Teach children about tattoos and safety with tattoos teaches them about decisions.

“I have tattoo talks with children who ask the important decision with their parents’ permission and do not make it lightly.”

Some viewers said that the drawings of Ink and Skin Studios (photo) offer a way for children to experiment with 'forbidden' subjects because 'the more you protect them, the more they rebel'

Some viewers said that the drawings of Ink and Skin Studios (photo) offer a way for children to experiment with 'forbidden' subjects because 'the more you protect them, the more they rebel'

Some viewers said that the drawings of Ink and Skin Studios (photo) offer a way for children to experiment with ‘forbidden’ subjects because ‘the more you protect them, the more they rebel’

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