Woman honors father by getting 90 percent of body tattooed: 'Booked my first tattoo with my dad'

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Since the age of 18, Anderson has continued to get tattoos, increasing his coverage to 90 percent of his body, according to his own calculation.

A woman has chosen a unique way to honor her father: tattooing 90 percent of her body.

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Nadine Anderson, 23, grew up idolizing her father's ink.

"My dad had two sleeves when I was little and I always wanted them," Dundee's wife, Scotland, told the New York Post.

Since the age of 18, Anderson has continued to get tattoos, increasing his coverage to 90 percent of his body, according to his own calculation.

Since the age of 18, Anderson has continued to get tattoos, increasing his coverage to 90 percent of his body, according to his own calculation.
(MDW features)

Anderson says he spent years "constantly searching on Pinterest forums" in search of new tattoo styles and body modifications to "decide how he wanted to see me when he turned 18." And as soon as Anderson, who works as a health care assistant, reached the age law, she got a "tree of life" tattoo on her forearm.

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"I discussed my first tattoo with my dad, and he supported my decision, [saying], "As long as you're sure you want to do it." So I went and booked my first tattoo with my dad, "he said, the New York Post reported.

Since the age of 18, Anderson has continued to get tattoos, increasing his coverage to 90 percent of his body, according to his own calculation.

"Some [friends and family] I think I'm crazy, but I've always [spoken] about being covered [so] At the end of the day, I'm still Nadine and they still love me. In any case, it's more me, "he said, adding that he has spent about $ 19,400 on his current" full suit "tattoo.

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Anderson says she is particularly fond of opaque tattoos, where large parts of the skin are completely covered with dark black ink, and she wants to add "a little more underneath. [her] right eye because there are spaces. "But even in the midst of all that, she still wants people to be able to tell how it looks.

"You can still say how my features are naturally, and I would not like to remove that because I think that is the beauty of that tattoo."

The young woman is not worried about the possibility of regretting her tattoos, or her multiple perforations, or her broken tongue, or scarification (a modification of the body achieved through the healing of the skin) that she had done on her head.

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"They say things like & # 39; you ruined your life & # 39 ;, & # 39; you can't be employed & # 39; and & # 39; you will regret this in 40 years & # 39 ;, blah, blah, blah, but at the end of the day I am fully employed, "she says." I have paid for each tattoo with my own salary, nobody has paid me never. I have my own flat and, honestly, I live a very normal life. "