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Gardengingerlily

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 Hey guys, I am an active mother of two young children. I have three tattoos. Two of them are a work in progress still. Looking for some suggestions, to help build upon a small tattoo, watercolour style. 

 Hope that you are having a wonderful new year, so far! 

 

 

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I know that I am late to posting to your thread but welcome! Did you ever get your lilac sorted? I thought it was fine (re: not phallic) but for me, and my style, I thought it needed black to make it pop. I worry that water color style tattoos won't age well due to the lack of lining. That being said, as long as you love it that is all that matters!

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