Tattooed woman hits back at critics who say she'll look terrible when she's 60
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A woman who is covered in tattoos has hit back at people who say she's going to look bad when she's older.
However, because she has designs all over her body, she sometimes gets people in the comments section saying she might regret the ink later in life.
Well, she's delivered a response to the haters and told them where to stick their opinions.
The woman, who lives in Perth, Australia, uploaded a video with the caption: "The older generation: Your tattoos are not going to look good when you hit 60."
The blurb seemingly mentions one of many comments she regularly gets.
But her clap back is perfect: "I wish they’d keep their opinions to themselves."
She also added in the video: "That's bold of you to assume you even look good at 60."
Loads of people supported her for making the statement and it seems like plenty of TikTokers with tattoos get the same comment.
One wrote: "This is my come back now when my family start about them apart from my nans cos they’re older than 60 and deserve some respect."
Another added: "Screw them. Got my first ink at 17 and now 15 years later got sleeves, chest and back piece. Love them and no regrets. Will still think this at 60."
A third said: "Imagine being a shallow human being at 60."
However, there are some people on TikTok who have sounded the alarm about getting tattoos at a young age.
Sara, who is covered head to toe in designs, went viral when she explained why she regretted the ink she got in her 20s.
“Imagine if you will that you put a shirt on once when you were in your 20s – and now you have to wear that for the rest of your life," she said.
“And that is what it feels like to get heavily tattooed before you turn into a fully developed adult human.”
The content creator added that there are many reasons why she has questioned her designs, but mainly because they now don't match her 'aesthetic'.
She said she didn't recognise the severity of getting tattoos in her 20s before she realised 'who she was' in her 30s.
"All of these tattoos don't necessarily reflect who I am at 36. They might have reflected a moment in time in my 20s, maybe a moment in time when I was not doing so well mentally, and they're there forever," she continued.
However, she won't be removing them anytime soon.