Ali Holloway

New from South Arkansas

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Hi, I'm Ali and I joined this forum to draw inspiration, learn, and make new friends amongst like-minded people! I am from a small, conservative town in Southeast Arkansas, and have 6 tattoos, several piercings, and typically very loud colored hair, lol. I am married, have one 6 yr. old daughter, several dogs, and horses as well. I was the shop manager for our one and only legal (and awesome) tattoo studio here until my child went to school this year and necessitated a switch to working part time to be home after school. I have known since I was maybe 5 years old and saw my first tattoo that I would have lots of ink, and I am slowly working on covering myself with thoughtful, sentimental, and deeply personal pieces!

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Hi, and welcome. You'll find many like-minded people here. My favorite pieces are my more sentimental ones. I enjoy the artwork of some of my more elaborate pieces, but when I look at the ones that are more personal (to me) it's always the memories that I enjoy the most.

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