In the spirit of the upcoming movie, I’ve decided to adorn myself with two Harry Potter related henna tattoos. It was a spur of the moment decision — so much so that I had to run up to the nearest internet café to get a picture of the two designs before anything could be done.
Still, nothing comes out without a little bit of hard work, eh?
I like them both, but I’ll to say that my favorite is the Dark Mark. I’m not on Voldemort’s side or anything (not publicly, anyway… joke!), but I do love myself some snake-y tattoos. I’m just enamored… ever since Prisoner of Azkaban, actually. When Bellatrix was broken out of jail, it showed her licking her mark beforehand. It’s über psychotic.
Gotta love it.
Anyway, I mentioned in a earlier post that I’d upload my various henna tattoos over the years. Well, this is me fulfilling that promise.
collected over the years
Yes, I’ve had the Dark Mark done twice. It’s that awesome.
Spotted hanging out with girlfriend Selena Gomez in Hawaii, tween heartthrob Justin Bieber is seen with a new tattoo — well, two tattoos: a bird on his hip and a the Hebrew word Yeshua on his ribs. For those who don’t understand Hebrew, Yeshua means Jesus.
I’m not a huge fan of the Biebs; the most I could say about him is his hit song “Baby” which my brother was a huge fan of. That, and that there must be something about him that Selena Gomez sees… dunno what, though. (I’m still rooting for Delena.)
Anyway, having tattooed “Jesus” on his body, my respect for him grew a little bit. *looks away* Well, okay: it grew a lot-tle. (See what I did there? ^_^) I never knew that he believed in Christ, and it was only when I checked out his Wikipedia page that I found out he was a Christian.
Now I see why fellow Christian, Selena Gomez, finds him date-able.
Bieber is a Christian… [When] Asked whether a person should wait until marriage to have sex, Bieber responded, “I don’t think you should have sex with anyone unless you love them.” Asked about his opinion on abortion, Bieber said he doesn’t “believe in abortion” and that it is “like killing a baby.”
I haven’t been a stranger to body art ever since my mom decided to have some herself — and not just the temporary kind that I like, but the permanent kind with needles and pain and the lot.
I like tattoos and the way the look, and the commitment people have when deciding to permanently draw on their skin is something I very much admire. I’ll be honest and just say flat out that I’m a commitment-phobe. I’m not a fan of long-term promises, even to myself, so I shy away from those. So when I see someone with a tattoo I just go wow… y’know?
The image below is not mine, but I really love the design and I plan on getting it the next time I meet a tattoo artist. Knowing my school though, there’d be another International Fair this year, and I hope that there’d be another tattoo booth for me to spend my entire afternoon in.
Mom, if you’re reading this — don’t worry! I’m just gonna get a Henna! :D
Henna are temporary tattoos, for those who don’t know.