Friday, 13 July 2012

Tattoo Rings instead Of Blings? No way!

Traditionally, couples have exchanged wedding rings as a symbol of lifelong devotion. They are supposed to represent an unbreakable bond. But if a marriage does fail, they can be all too easily removed.
Not so, however, if you're one of the growing number of people making your commitment truly permanent with his 'n' hers ring tattoos inked on their fourth fingers.

Kim Clijsters revealed her tattooed finger at Wimbledon this year, as the style becomes more popular
Kim Clijsters revealed her tattooed finger at Wimbledon this year, as the style becomes more popular
The actress Billie Piper, for example, has had the surname of her husband Laurence Fox etched onto hers.
For some newlyweds, a simple band motif will suffice, while others opt for intricate artwork, including patterns, initials, symbols and wedding dates.

My Thoughts: for once I am going to stick with the traditional, I want my blings, no frigging tattoo on my finger to show that I will love my husband forever! Not defacing my skin for fashion, No Way...No How!

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