I have to say, tattoos aren’t for me. But as far as “how will that look in 30 years” it all depends on the quality of the tattoo, how well you take care of the tattoo, and take care of your body.
My sister is 45. She has a LOT of (high quality) tattoos. She started getting them over 20 years ago. Her tattoos still look fantastic, like the day they were done. Colors are touched up occasionally to keep them bright and fresh.
As for the horse’s nose ending up in the rose… well, that is where taking care of your body comes in. Have to hand it to her, at 45, and mother of three, she is still 120 pounds (at 5’6”) and works out and keeps tight… and those tattoos keep right in place!
I am sure come 70 she will have some sagging, but really, who cares when you are that age! It’s her body, and her art to enjoy.
Her tattoos are gorgeous. Same with tattoos on two men she was buried with.
buried with SIX horses and tack...an ancient COTHER ancestor!
First the skeletons of six horses appeared, some with preserved wooden decorations on the harness, some with coloured saddles made from felt. On one of the saddles was a picture of a jumping winged lion