Tattoos and piercings should be acceptable regardless of the job and should not change a person’s perception of the worker. … Though it may seem unprofessional to have a tattoo or piercing showing while at work, it is more unprofessional for a boss or client to judge a highly qualified worker by the way they look.
Just so, why tattoos and piercings are bad?
Tattooing and body piercing together have been linked to an increased likelihood of “sensation-seeking” behavior. Abusive backgrounds, mental illnesses, and suicidal ideation are more frequent among people with body modifications like tattoos and piercings than in those without them.
Moreover, should you get your ears pierced at a tattoo shop?
A tattoo shop may be the safest place to pierce your kids’ ears, even if the mall seems more family-friendly. I got my ears pierced a lot later than some kids. I desperately wanted them done, but my mom said no — she hadn’t been allowed until she was 17.
Can you be classy with tattoos?
You can be classy as much as anyone when you have tattoos, but very few people with tattoos look classy if you ask me. It’s a personal aesthetic. … For example: neck tattoo is least classy, and a potato on the ankle is most classy.
Lobe piercings are so common that few employers take issue with them. Even some of the more exotic ear piercings like helix, conch, and tragus piercings are rarely a problem. A more common concern with ear piercings in the workplace is the jewellery.
Some Christians take issue with tattooing, upholding the Hebrew prohibition (see below). The Hebrew prohibition is based on interpreting Leviticus 19:28—”Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you”—so as to prohibit tattoos, and perhaps even makeup.
Well, Lynn explained, your body responds to the wounds created by tattooing in two ways. First, getting a tattoo activates your immune system and sends white blood cells out to protect you from infection. … Basically, the wound a tattoo creates triggers your immune system to both protect you and defend you.
Big Reasons You Should Never Get A Tattoo
- You don’t know your tattoo artist. Shutterstock. …
- You’re looking for a job. Shutterstock. …
- You haven’t really thought it through. Shutterstock. …
- You’re worried about being judged. Shutterstock. …
- You’re planning to become pregnant. Shutterstock. …
- Never get one near your sweat glands. …
- You’ve had skin cancer. …
- You’re sick with a virus.
Tattooing and piercing break the skin and may cause bleeding. They cause open wounds and infection is possible. Infections at the site may cause permanent deformity, scarring, severe illness and even death. … Many dyes specific to tattooing are made from metals and can cause skin irritations and allergic reactions.
New Tattoos and Tanning Beds
Before your tattoo has completely healed, it will be sensitive to UV rays (whether real or sunbed.) Once your tattoo has healed UV rays won’t cause fading, and you can expose it to sun or sunbeds like you normally would.
Many ardent tattoo supporters argue it’s impossible to be poisoned by tattoo ink, as it never fully reaches the bloodstream. However, research from the European synchrotron radiation facility found that toxic elements in tattoo ink can leech into lymph nodes.
For nose piercings we use only a Medisept Nose Piercing System, which too uses a single use cartridge meaning the instrument does not come into contact with your skin at any point.
Our piercings are safe, simple and gentle. Claire’s ear piercing system requires no needles and are held to the highest hygiene standards. Our equipment is sanitized before and after every use and the instrument itself does not come into contact with the ear at any time.
Our Piercing Options
Ear lobe, cartilage* and nose* piercings available. Single lobe piercings are a great way to curate your look your way! Two ear piercing specialists pierce both ears simultaneously. This is a great option for young children or anyone feeling a little nervous.