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One TikTokker has been left distraught after being inked with ‘the worst tattoo ever’ thanks to a mix up by the artist.
However, it seems there was a major miscommunication between Izzy and the artist.
Izzy requested for the tattoo to be 2x3 in size but, after it was too late, she realised the artist had permanently inked 2x3 on her skin.
Taking to TikTok to express her misery, she sobbed: “I just got the worst f***king tattoo.
“I got my cellphone from Mac Miller and told her I wanted it 2 by 3 size.
“She tattooed the f**king 2 by 3. How do I fix that?”
Despite telling her followers she was having a ‘panic attack’, many TikTok users took to the comments to criticise Izzy for not noticing the mistake prior to the tattoo being inked.
In response to the backlash, she made a follow up video admitting it ‘was [her] fault’ and that she felt ‘stupid’, despite having 16 tattoos already.
She said: “My friend that I'm visiting here has been to that shop before and never had a bad experience so we made the appointment and it was supposed to be fine. The 2 by 3 I didn't see it on the stencil when she first drew it up.”
Issy continued: “I wanted the cell phone to say missed calls for Mac Miller 'cos I visited the blue slide park while I'm here,” which references the playground that inspired his debut album.
“So, I saw it on the paper before she printed it off. I thought that was for a size reference, I wanted it 2 by 3 size.
“When she was doing the tattoo, she had me lay down flat with my arm completely bent sideways, weird.
“When I did look over it was mostly just like her head, I couldn't really see it.”
It was not just this blatant mistake that left Izzy feeling down about her tattoo, as she noted how ‘messy’ the line work was.
Nevertheless, she rounded off the video by saying: “I can fix it. I’m not worried.”
Izzy did in fact manage to rectify the mistake, as she visited a tattoo parlour back home in Idaho.
“I just got back from my appointment and got it fixed,” she said, before showing her arm off to the camera.
She concluded: “It looks a lot better.”