This Tattoo Is Showing Up Everywhere. THIS Is What It Means..

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It is hard to believe that, in this day and age, sexslavery is still alive and thriving in the United States.  Thousands of vulnerable women are made prisoners by pimps, who force them into slavery.  They are left penniless, dependent on their captors financially and for the drugs with which they are forcibly addicted.

These women are hopeless and terrified, rarely daring to escape for fear that they will be killed.  These monsters who make their lives a living hell, actually brand the women like cattle, with tattoos that may say: “Property of…” or a crown with the pimps name.

In the video you are about to watch below, you will hear a CNN interview with a victim and survivor of this horrible practice, Jennifer Kempton.  In telling her story she talks about these tattoos which became a constant reminder of her former tortured life.

The crown was used to symbolize one of the pimps that owned her, “King Munch”.  As Jennifer began to recover and try to build a new life, she found her tattoos that branded her the property of her pimps, an unbearable reminder of her slavery.

After covering the pimp tattoos which she said were “a psychological form of bondage”, she began to feel less shackled by her past.  Her relief inspired her to start an organization, “Survivor’s Ink” to raise money for other women to cover the visible scars of their slavery.  Their new tattoos are now symbols of their freedom from from their captors.

Many people are not as lucky as Jennifer.  If you ever see someone with a crown tattoo they are probably suffering in a dark world, and need help.  The fact that women are being bought and sold daily in the United States, is a horrifying fact that needs to be brought to light.

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If You Notice Somone With This Tattoo Behind Their Ear. It Means THIS!

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Having an invisible impairment, became frustrating for this young girl, so she decided to do something humorous about it.  She is completely deaf in one ear, and had grown tired of having to explain that to people.  She came up with a clever fix for this frustration, that would let people know not to talk to her on her left side.

She cleverly got a tattoo, behind her left ear, of a speaker with an ‘X’ next to it!  She posted this image to Imgur, and it has received more than 2.5 million views within one day.  Other people who were deaf in one ear loved her post, and several people copied what she did!  Seems like she started an effective and humorous trend.

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Featured in the video that you are about to watch below is a somewhat different, yet related, story about the father of a deaf young daughter.  She has been lucky enough to receive a cochlear implant to enable some hearing.  However, her sensitive and loving dad didn’t want her to feel odd, so he decided to get a tattoo so she wouldn’t feel alone…Watch and see!

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She Paints Orange Eyeshadow Over Her Tattoo On Her Foot. When She’s Done It’s Awesome!

Tattoos are becoming increasingly common and can be found on people’s bodies all across the world. It was only a few decades ago that the body art used to be frowned upon and was somewhat taboo. However, it has now been accepted by the mainstream and embraced by many in society. Tattoos are here to stay and if you have one, two, ten, or 100, you may find this video helpful. It goes over an easy and effective way in which you can cover up a tattoo at home using inexpensive and widely available makeup items.

The video is featured on YouTube channel Nibbles Official and the Australian host named Michelle starts it off by explaining that the tutorial is for those times and events which call for tattoos to be covered up. Not every workplace, office, or even family is open and accepting of tattoos and thus a lot of people need to conceal their body art. Of course, some people may want to cover it for other reasons, and this method is how it can be done.

First, prepare the area you want to cover up by shaving it, if you can, and then smooth on some moisturizer or a similar type of face primer. Take a foundation brush and apply a dab of liquid foundation to the area. Next, determine whether your skin tone is more orange or pink, and then apply that color lipstick or matte eye-shadow over the tattoo. Michelle recommends eye shadow because it works better since it does not smear like lipstick tends to.

She also stresses that you should dab the pink or orange makeup onto your skin, don’t wipe it on, and this step takes a lot of makeup. Once it’s covered take a can of hairspray and spray over the entire area, allow it to dry, and then apply a second layer of makeup directly over it. Coat with hairspray again and wait for it to fully dry. At that point you can take concealer that matches your skin tone and dab it on with a sponge applicator over the eye-shadow or lipstick area, then spray it with another coat of hairspray.

When that coating has dried completely you can begin to dab on more concealer and this time you may apply it directly onto your skin. Work in such a way that blends the concealer outwards and around the tattoo, so that the edges of the makeup you applied don’t stick out so obviously.

After, take a matching skin tone powdered makeup and dab it over the entire area, blending well as you go. Finish up by further blending any areas that need it. If you want you can use another coat of hairspray to ensure the makeup stays in place. This is recommended for areas that might get disturbed or rubbed a lot, such as near hems, cuffs, or necklines.

That is the entire lesson taught in the video and if you’re interested in learning more details be sure to check it out. It may seem like a lot of work, but when it’s all said and done you can rest assured knowing that your body art is securely concealed!

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This Guy Looks Normal But When He Wipes Off His Make Up My Jaw Dropped!

I didn’t know what to expect when this video started. At first, the man referred to as “zombie boy” looks like a normal person you would see walking down the street. Since I knew his nickname, I expected something crazy to happen, but nothing could have prepared me for the transformation that took place next. As it turns out, what meets the eye at first glance is not always the case upon further inspection.

When we first see or meet someone, we form impressions, or prejudgments of that person based on our experience with others who share similarities. It is impossible to avoid doing this, but a good lesson we are taught over and over again is that we should try not to judge a book by its cover.

This video is a new take on this idea, presented in reverse to show us how much our first impression informs our view of a person. If you are like me, you didn’t have a strong impression, negative or positive when I first saw him.

But as he removed the heavy layer of professionally applied makeup that was covering his entire body, the impressions and associations started to form. If they had started the video with a picture of zombie boy as he looks at the end of the video, I would have formed those impressions almost immediately.

By showing the process in reverse, the makers of this video uncover our own preconceived judgments and buried stereotypes at the same time as they uncover the tattooed skin that lies hidden beneath the makeup. Once again, we are taught the valuable lesson that things are rarely as they seem at first glance!

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If You Notice Someone With A Red String Tattoo, THIS Is What It Means!

Tattoos are becoming increasingly common and can be found across the world on just about every part of people’s bodies. It was just a few decades ago that body art used to be frowned down upon, and it was even considered to be somewhat of a taboo. However, these days it’s accepted by the mainstream and embraced by all sorts of people throughout society. Many people choose to get them for personal reasons and they often hold some type of meaningful significance. Dates, names, portraits, and other special things are permanently inked onto skin in symbolic remembrance and celebration of memories. Tattoos are here to stay and regardless of if you have none, one, two, ten, or 100, you may find this new trend to be quite interesting.

Throughout the history of tattoos, Eastern inspired designs have always been among the most popular. All of the many dragons, lotuses, and Chinese symbols that adorn people’s bodies can attest to that. The newest design that is currently taking hold around the world can also trace its roots back to East Asia. The trend sees people tattooing tiny red strings around their pinky fingers. The small, delicate looking red line wraps completely around the pinky and is tied off with a neat bow. In terms of symbolism, these red string tattoos are all about love, fate, destiny, and soulmates.

The story behind it all is known as “The Red String of Fate” legend, which is found in both Japanese and Chinese cultures. According to Wikipedia “The two people connected by the red thread are destined lovers, regardless of place, time, or circumstances. This magical cord may stretch or tangle, but never break.” The folklore further says that when a tiny red string is wrapped around a man’s thumb it connects him to the pinky finger of the woman whom he is meant to spend the rest of his life with. The legend has inspired people, especially couples, to ink the small red strings on their fingers. Even those with no romantic inclinations are getting the tattoos as a symbol of their friendship and love for friends and family. They usually place the design in a different area other than the hand, such as on ankles and wrists, and go with someone to get matching tattoos. Now when you spot a red string tattoo, you’ll know the meaning behind it.

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If You Notice A Woman With This Tattoo THIS Is What It Means..

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Often when women miscarry, people will be supportive briefly when it occurs early in a pregnancy, and then say something like “it wasn’t meant to be” or “you’ll have another soon”.  They mean well, but often don’t realize the impact of the loss on the woman and the couple.  Miscarriage can cause a profound and lasting sense of loss that can’t just be brushed off.

Joan Bremer suffered the tragedy of losing her child to miscarriage, and felt a need to memorialize both the child and her experience in a symbolic and meaningful tattoo. You will hear her story in the video you are about to watch below.

The tattoo design uses a solid black curved line that forms the silhouette of the pregnant mother to the child within her womb; the line connects the hearts of mother and child.  The simplicity of the design made it a powerful symbol, whose meaning captured the hearts of women everywhere.  So many women have suffered in isolation as a result of the loneliness of the loss of miscarriage.  Bremer’s tattoo served as a unifying agent to connect women who needed the love and support of other women who had suffered similarly.  If you see a woman with a tattoo like the one in the upcoming footage, and you have been through the tragedy of miscarriage, you will know that there is another person who has been touched by this loss, that so often is dismissed.

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