Best Devil Tattoos – Our Top 53

Find your inspo from these designs if you wish to come across as a holy terror (not literally).

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The devil, a red figure with horns, a pointy-ended tail, and a trident, symbolizes all that is not good. The world has always existed in opposites and the angel’s opposite is the devil. It would justifiably take a lot of courage to get tattoos of the devil on your body. However, in most religious stories and fables the devil is portrayed as a cunning persona, possessing a silver tongue that lures and tempts you to challenge your fate and ultimately meet your death. Similarly, the idea of a gothic devil tattoo, though appalling in its symbolism is strongly appealing to today’s youth. This may be because of the perfectness in which the devil’s imagined form can be fashioned into a tattoo design.

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Devil tattoos are often associated with rebellion and symbolize dark forces. However, it also represents inner power and transformation.

Best 53 Devil Tattoo Designs

1. Tasmanian Devil Tattoo

Let us begin with a devil tattoo for those who do not want the regular devil image tattooed on their skin. This one features Taz, the Tasmanian Devil from Looney Tunes in his classic pose. You can notice him spinning like a whirlwind with a fierce expression. The cartoon devil tattoo symbolizes the untamed spirit and relentless energy within us all.

2. Traditional Devil Tattoo

A traditional devil tattoo on the upper arm
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Here is a tattoo of a menacing, horned devil with a fierce expression. His eyes convey his sinister nature. You can also notice his horns reaching a small crescent moon at the top which symbolizes the shifting balance between light and darkness. This tattoo represents the good and evil within us and reminds us to find a balance between the two.

3. Devil Whispering In Ear Tattoo

A devil whispering in ear tattoo on the neck
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This devil tattoo on the neck is for the bold and daring! It features a red devil with a sinister grin. The devil’s hand is reaching out the wearer’s ear and he is leaning in close as if whispering secrets. This tattoo symbolizes temptation, inner demons, or the conflict between good and evil.

4. Devil May Cry Tattoo


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Here is a devil tattoo for all anime and gaming lovers. It features the Rebellion sword wielded by Dante, the protagonist of Devil May Cry. The sword showcases a devil skull motif at the top that has an edgy and dark vibe. The tattoo symbolizes rebellion, defiance, strength, and determination.

5. Devil Wings Tattoo

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Get your very own devil wings with this stunning tattoo design! It features a deep, inky black and gray palette. You can notice the intricate details and bold shading in the design that highlights every contour and feather of the wings perfectly. The tattoo symbolizes rebellion, freedom, and the untamed spirit within us.

6. Baby Devil Tattoo

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Whoever said devils can not be cute, did not see this tattoo design. It features a cutesy cartoonish-looking child devil who appears mischievous and playful. The red dot work design and the bold lines add to the appeal. This tattoo suggests that even in the depths of darkness, there exists something endearing and charming that should be preserved.

7. Devil Neck Tattoo

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This tattoo on the neck is perfect for making a bold and attention-grabbing statement. It features a devil with sharp horns, long elf-like ears, and a menacing expression. The black and gray palette of the tattoo further adds depth to the overall design. This piece symbolizes a rebellious spirit and a refusal to stick to societal norms.

8. Devil Face Tattoo

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This tattoo begins at the shoulder and covers most of the upper arm. It features a red, gray, and black palette and the focal point of the design is the horned devil with an angry expression. Another thing that captures our attention immediately is the devil’s glaring eyes. This tattoo symbolizes the struggle against inner demons and societal constraints.

9. Hot Stuff Devil Tattoo

This tattoo is for the fans of the little devil from the comic book Hot Stuff. It features the iconic character in its classic red color, mischievous smile, diaper, horns, and a pointed tail. It symbolizes that sometimes it is okay to be a little rebellious and indulge in the thrill of the forbidden. You may also add a pitchfork to this little devil tattoo design to make it even more appealing.

10. Small Devil Tattoo

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Your devil tattoo does not always have to be super detailed and large. It can also be compact and cutesy like this piece. The cartoon-style design features a devil with pointed horns and bat wings. The tattoo is a reminder of the duality within us. It encourages the wearer to embrace both light and dark aspects of their personality.

11. Devil Dog Tattoo

A devil dog tattoo on the upper arm
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Also known as the USMC devil dog tattoo, this piece depicts the United States Marine Corps bulldog mascot. The dog has two pointed horns, sharp teeth, and a fierce expression. It symbolizes pride, toughness, and loyalty. You can also customize the design by adding elements, such as a Marine Corps helmet, barbed wire, or an American flag.

12. Angel And Devil On Shoulder Tattoo

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If you are struggling with choosing an angel or devil tattoo for your next ink, why not choose both? This tattoo on the back shoulder features a mythological being with a halo, angel wings, and devil horns. He is depicted as both a devil and an angel. The tattoo represents the good and evil that resides within all humans.

13. Lucky Devil Tattoo

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This tattoo blends a touch of mischief with a stroke of luck. It features a baby devil holding a horseshoe magnet. The devil embodies the ideas of freedom and rebellion, while the horseshoe magnet represents good luck and fortune. The best placements for this tattoo include the forearm, wrist, and ankle.

14. Devil Hand Tattoo

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If you are looking for a super-detailed piece for your next ink session, this is the one for you. The tattoo on the hand features a face that has a devil-like appearance on one side and is normal on the other. This fine-line tattoo represents the idea of the balance between opposing forces, such as day and night and good and evil.

15. Jersey Devil Tattoo

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The Jersey Devil is also known as the Leeds Devil. Legend says, this mythological creature inhabits the Pine Barrens forests in South Jersey. The winged, hoofed animal usually has a goat- or horse-like head. This tattoo features the creature with its head and wings. It symbolizes the ideas of rebellion, freedom, and protection.

16. Japanese Devil Mask Tattoo

A Japanese devil mask tattoo on the upper arm
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This piece showcases a fierce Japanese Devil Mask, also known as Hannya. The mask is depicted in black and gray and features twisted horns and jagged fangs. According to the legends, it usually represents a vengeful female spirit expressing jealousy and resentment. The tattoo symbolizes the complexities of human nature and the constant battle against inner demons.

17. Blue Devil Tattoo

A blue devil tattoo on the upper arm
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Devils are often depicted in red color. However, this tattoo features a devilish face adorned with hues of blue. It has its classic pointed horns, sharp fangs, and a fierce expression. The tattoo symbolizes rebellion, temptation, and mystique. It is perfect for anyone who wishes to embrace their darker side or showcase their defiance against societal norms.

18. Red Devil Tattoo

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While we are talking about a blue devil, how can we miss out on one in red? If red is your color, here is a perfect design for you. The traditional tattoo features a limited palette of red, black, and yellow. The devil has a menacing expression and his eyes seem to be glaring. The tattoo symbolizes passion and determination to face any challenges in life.

19. Devil Horn Tattoo

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This tattoo design is perfect for anyone who wishes to have a devil tattoo but does not want those scary and menacing faces. It features a pair of small devil horns with a heart outline at the bottom. This symbolizes the ideas of love, passion, and temptation. You may either opt for a similar design or make the tattoo super minimalistic by getting only the horns inked.

20. Devil Woman Tattoo

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Instead of the classic devil face, devil tattoos may also feature women with horns. This design is a perfect depiction of it. Along with the pointed horns, the tattoo also features a lot of red color that represents passion and determination. Overall, this neo-traditional tattoo design symbolizes boldness and rebellion against gender norms.

21. Devil Emoji Tattoo

A devil emoji tattoo on the forearm
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Here is a tattoo inspired by the devil emoji that we all love to use! The bold black tattoo is perfect for tattoo beginners or for anyone who is a fan of minimalist designs. It features the menacing grin, arched eyebrows, and iconic horns of the emoji. The elf-like ears and a nose are an extra addition. The tattoo symbolizes mischief, excitement, and naughtiness.

22. Fallen Angel Devil Girl Tattoo

A fallen angel devil girl tattoo on the upper back
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This tattoo combines elements of both angels and demons. The female figure in the design features angelic wings. However, you can also notice her demonic horns that mark her as a fallen being. Her expression is both calm and slightly sinister, which hints at her dual nature. The tattoo symbolizes the balance between opposing forces like day and night.

23. Devil Heart Tattoo

A small devil tattoo on the wrist
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This is another minimalistic tattoo for those who prefer smaller ink designs. It features a simple heart outline with devil wings and a tail emerging from it. The black color and the devil elements of the tattoo indicate its sinister side, while the heart symbolizes love and passion. Overall, this tattoo represents the complex emotions and desires linked to human nature.

24. Dancing With The Devil Tattoo

A dancing with the devil tattoo on the forearm
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Risky and reckless! If these two words describe your personality, this tattoo is perfect for you. It features a calm woman dancing with a horned devil with a wicked smile. The design is a perfect representation of living boldly and fearlessly. It encourages the wearer to embrace the thrill of the unknown and to live life to the fullest.

25. Devil Pin Up Girl Tattoo Design

A devil pin up girl tattoo design on the arm
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This tattoo showcases a female figure with devilish features, and a retro hairdo and outfit. She has a wry smile and flirtatious eyes and appears immensely confident. The tattoo symbolizes sensuality and mischief. It is perfect for anyone who wishes to embrace their dark side and make a bold statement. The best placements for the design include the calf and forearm.

26. The Devil Can Scrap Tattoo

If you are looking for a lettering devil tattoo with a deep meaning, check this design out! It features the lyrics from the song Revival by Zach Bryan. The wording featured in the tattoo can mean that you may face hard times that may take a toll on you. However, you will always get through them with the help of God’s love and strength.

27. Devil Goat Tattoo

A devil goat tattoo on the forearm
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This one is a potentially controversial and unconventional tattoo design. It features a black and gray palette and showcases a sinister-looking goat with twisted horns and an inverted pentagon. The goat symbolizes power, rebellion, and defiance, while the inverted pentagon represents darkness, mystery, and occult symbolism.

28. Devil Skull Tattoo

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Skulls are a symbol of danger and rebellion and match perfectly with the theme of devil tattoos. This piece combines the two to form a bold and captivating design. It features a skull with hollow eye sockets and a sinister smile, and two pairs of horns emerge from it. The design symbolizes strength, power, and the fearless spirit of rebellion.

29. Chinese Devil Tattoo

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If you are a fan of devils and Chinese art, this tattoo captures one in the same style. Along with the scary-looking devil face, the tattoo features a dark background that adds to the theme of the design. You can also notice cloud-like structures at the bottom that represent the boundary between the mortal world and the supernatural.

30. Sexy Devil Tattoo

A sexy devil tattoo on the upper arm
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This tattoo showcases a sultry female devil with two horns. Her form exudes confidence and she has a menacing expression on her beautiful face. The imagery on the background and the floral patterns at the bottom add to the femininity of the overall design. This tattoo symbolizes sensuality, power, and mischief.

31. Old-School Traditional Devil Tattoo

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When it comes to classic tattoos, old-school, traditional patterns are perfect. If you need a devil tattoo with a similar design, check this piece out! It features a devil’s head depicted in red and gray. The horns emerging from his temples are perfectly curved and the devil has a sinister expression. It represents the temptation around us and reminds us to steer clear of it to achieve our goals.

32. Sun Devil Tattoo

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This tattoo features a devil pitchfork in yellow color. However, it does not represent the actual devil. Instead, the tattoo is a representation of the pitchfork used by Sparky the Sun Devil – the mascot of the Arizona State Sun Devils football team. The tattoo is perfect for sports lovers who wish to showcase their love for their team.

33. Devil Jin Tattoo

A tattoo featuring a devil’s face is good. But what is even better is a tattoo of the Devil Jin, a sinister devil-like character from the Tekken universe. The design perfectly captures the intricate details of his demonic features, including his magnificent wings and inverted horns. It is perfect for anyone who appreciates the fearsome power of this iconic gaming character.

34. Devil Eyes Tattoo

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Look how realistic this design is! It features a 3D devil’s eye in a dark crimson color. The eye is perfectly detailed and appears lifelike. It seems to be glaring at the onlooker which immediately sends shivers down the spine. The tattoo symbolizes mystery and danger. It can also serve as a talisman to keep you protected from the evil around you.

35. Devil Cherub Tattoo

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Cherubs directly attend to God in various cultures, which makes them angelic beings. These child-like mythical beings have angelic wings. This tattoo replaces their white angelic wings with the red satanic ones. You can also notice the red horns on the creature’s head. This tattoo is a perfect representation of the balance between good and evil that lies in society.

36. God Vs. Devil Tattoo

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Here is a tattoo featuring a scene split into two halves. On the one side, you can notice an angel that represents the god, while the other features a demonic representation. The god’s side has a calm and serene vibe, while the devil’s side is chaotic and lit with fire. The tattoo symbolizes the constant struggle between the light and darkness inside us.

37. Devil Chest Tattoo

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The chest is an excellent placement to sport your devil tattoo. It is huge and provides ample space to cover a detailed design. It also allows you to hide the tattoo with your clothing whenever you want. This tattoo features a classic devil face erupting in flames. It represents a bold declaration of inner strength and a desire to break free from constraints.

38. Paratrooper Devil Tattoo

A paratrooper devil tattoo on the wrist
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This design is perfect for all military lovers. It features a military parachutist with a spear and a devil’s tale. The minimalist tattoo design blends the concepts of bravery, discipline, and rebellion. Since the tattoo features a parachute, it is also ideal for anyone who is drawn to the adrenaline rush that comes with adventure sports.

39. Devil Tattoo Sleeve

A devil sleeve tattoo on the arm
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This tattoo is a bold statement piece. The devil is the central figure in the design,  featuring a pair of sharp horns, a grim expression, and piercing eyes. He symbolizes the ideas of temptation and evil. The dark background and the other elements in the design add to its overall appeal.

40. Devil Tail Tattoo

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Here is another simple design for you! It features only the devil’s tail with a pointed tip. The tattoo is placed on the wrist. However, it is small enough to fit various placements, such as the ankle and back of the ear. This minimalistic design symbolizes rebellion and a playful personality.

41. Realistic Devil Tattoo

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If you are into super realistic tattoos that appear lifelike, this one is a perfect match. It features a horned devil with red skin that appears jarred and wrinkly. The devil also appears to be glaring, which is sure to send a chill down your spine. This design symbolizes the ideas of temptation and worldly desires.

42. The Devil’s Head Tattoo

A common kind of devil tattoo is one with just its head. It inculcates a sense of fear and awe with its darkness and wickedness. This one is the most popular and generally inked because of its cool looks.

43. A Smoking Devil Tattoo

The devil’s face with a cigarette between its lips and mischief in its eyes is a common tattoo for marking defiance. When you are rebelling against your parents, what can be worse than a tattoo, and that too with cigarettes and devils in them!

44. Black and White Outline Tattoo

A black and white outline of the devil’s face is another common aesthetic form of a devil tattoo. It symbolizes what any other devil would, but looks a bit more mature than the red inane character the devil is imagined to be.

45. The Cute Full Body Cupid like Devil Tattoo

This is the devil out of children’s fable books. It looks cute and naughty rather than evil and demonic. Unsurprisingly it has a lot more fans than its angelic alternatives. There is something about that little pitchfork and those cute, not-meaning-good-at-all eyes that have you melting all over them.

Tattoo Researcher, Terisa Green, says, “The cartoon version of the small devil with horns and a pitchfork has been a mainstay in classic Americana tattooing for decades. Also known as “Hot Stuff” the tattoo symbolizes that the wearer is hot stuff – sexy, exciting, and fun.”

46. She Devil Tattoo

Then there is the she-devil looking insanely hot in her semi-nude appearance with fire around her. This devil symbolizes defiance more than satanic virtues and it looks seriously hot which is an added advantage.

47. Horrifying Full Body Tattoo

Then there is the devil which is not cute or childish at all. It is awe-inspiring and macabre in its shape and yet beautiful to look at. Though extremely praiseworthy from the point of view of art, this demon tattoo certainly inculcates that element of fear and horror in the minds of the ones who see it.

48. Rockstar Devil Tattoo

Satan, the king of Hell with a guitar or playing the drums fits this image. For musicians especially rock musicians the devil isn’t evil at all. It is grossly misunderstood, dark, deep, eerie, and perfect for the enigmatic image they require.

49. The Devil’s Caricature Tattoo

This is yet another funky-looking tattoo that generally doesn’t make use of color. It isn’t realistic in its appearance but still manages to look cool.

50. Devil Cum Angel Tattoo

This is another favourite among the devil tattoos. It generally comprises of a being – half angel and half devil, that is wholly human. It is full of contrast in its imagery like good against sin and heaven against the underworld. This devil angel tattoo looks as good as the other devil tattoos but is somehow less foreboding.

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This tattoo will also look good with a blend of black and brown colors. You may get it on the arm, but the back of the shoulder is also a perfect spot to sport this design.

51. The Combat Devil Tattoo

These tattoos generally depict the devil engaged in some kind of fight with the angel. It often portrays images from myths like those of Gabriel and the Leviathan. They are certainly more ominous than the rest!

A blogger and a devoted fan of the band Letlive., found inspiration in their album ‘If I’m the devil…’ for a unique tattoo. Excitedly recalling the experience, she shared in her blog, “We dubbed it ‘the party demon’ because he looks like a cheerful devil, with these colors.” Proudly placed on her left arm, it stands as a captivating homage to the band and their impactful song.(i)

52. Japanese Devil Tattoo

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While there are several references to devils in Japanese mythology, the Oni mask tattoo happens to be the most common Japanese devil tattoo. Dragons and demons are classified together and symbolize good fortune and generosity. Elaborate demon tattoos are seen as a representation of masculine strength. One can also sport a Japanese demon tattoo to reference the struggles and challenges one has encountered.

53. Devil Back Tattoo

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Devil tattoos are a part of occult imagery, and they can accentuate your goth sex appeal. This devil back tattoo just under the nape of a girl is simple yet goes with her overall aesthetic. While men usually prefer elaborate devil back tattoos that sprawl across the back, there is no hard-and-fast rule.

Infographic: Top 7 Striking Devil Tattoos

If you are interested in devil tattoos, there are various options that can match your style. Whether you prefer mythical satanic creatures or cute red devils, they are perfect for those who want to showcase their playful or rebellious side. They can also be intricately designed to catch everyone’s attention. Take a look at this infographic to explore 7 amazing devil tattoo ideas.

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These devil tattoos can help you show your dark and occult side. Symbolize your inner defiance and rebellion according to your style – a minimalist demonic pattern or an intricate and bold monotone design. You can take inspiration from our collection and design your own. Getting a tattoo can be fun, but don’t forget to take good care of your ink. Your skin is susceptible to infections after getting a tattoo. Thus, speed up your healing process by taking precautions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are devil tattoos bad luck?

No, the answer to this question is subjective. While in some cultures devil tattoos may bring bad luck, others associate them with symbols of rebellion or personal expression. Therefore, it is a good idea to consider your individual beliefs and perspectives before getting devil tattoos.

What does the fallen devil tattoo mean?

A fallen devil tattoo usually means rebellion or defiance. Since fallen devils were once angels who were rejected by the heavens, the tattoo may also symbolize a rejection of societal norms. It may also represent a desire for independence and freedom.

What is the meaning of angel and demon tattoo?

An angel and demon tattoo usually refers to the balance between good and evil. It can also represent the duality of human nature, as both these forces reside inside us. The tattoo may also symbolize a desire to find the harmony between these contrasting aspects of your personality.

What is the cultural significance of devil tattoos?

Devil tattoos hold important meanings in different cultures. In some cultures, devil tattoos are a symbol of danger, temptation, and a desire to embrace one’s dark side. It is also seen as a symbol of rebellion against conventional societal norms or one’s interest in the paranormal.

What are some of the best practices for getting a devil tattoo, in terms of design, placement, and aftercare?

Think about the design and what you want it to convey. You can get it on the thigh, back, arm, or back. Always ensure that you clean the area properly, avoid direct sunlight, and use a moisturizing lotion to keep your tattoo hydrated and infection-free.

What are some common misconceptions about devil tattoos, and how can they be dispelled?

People often associate devil tattoos with evil. However, these tattoos are seen more as a form of self-expression, strength, and duality to most people.

Key Takeaways

  • Common devil tattoo themes include the devil’s head, smoking devil, black and white outlines, cute cupid-like devils, and horrifying full-body designs.
  • Devil tattoos can represent defiance, good fortune, danger or convey one’s dark side.
  • Whether minimalist or intricately detailed, devil tattoo designs vary widely, from traditional sinister depictions to cute and playful interpretations.

From monster to demon tattoos, pick the one that suits your personality best. Check this video for the top 10 best devil tattoo designs!

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Terisa Green, PhD, is a tattoo researcher with over 20 years of experience and the author of The Tattoo Encyclopedia: A Guide to Choosing Your Tattoo and Ink: The Not-Just-Skin-Deep Guide to Getting A Tattoo. She undertook a tattoo apprenticeship at Sunset Strip Tattoo in Hollywood and learned about all the aspects of tattoos - from mixing pigments to customer care.

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