• Do you have clear skin?

    Best answer: Yes I do :)

    Kind of lucky.
    Best answer: Yes I do :)

    Kind of lucky.
    20 answers · Other - Skin & Body · 3 days ago
  • Why to people body odor shame?

    I personally to wear deodorant because I care way to much about what people think of me but, I really truly don’t understand why people shame people with body odor. In school the mall(etc.) people’s body sprays and deodorant’s can be extremely unpleasant and sometimes make me sick and I don’t tell them I think they... show more
    I personally to wear deodorant because I care way to much about what people think of me but, I really truly don’t understand why people shame people with body odor. In school the mall(etc.) people’s body sprays and deodorant’s can be extremely unpleasant and sometimes make me sick and I don’t tell them I think they reek and I know I’m not the only one that feels this way. I would much prefer to be unround someone with a natural body sent and if someone would rather have one why can’t people just deal with it. People think it’s bad hygiene not to wear deodorant, but this is just misinformation. Most deodorant are actually really bad for you. Deodorant it kind of pointless it’s not cleaning us at all it’s just covering your natural sent. If you personally like deodorant and all of your sprays that’s fine but why shame people who don’t like them especially because it’s better for you long-term.
    12 answers · Other - Skin & Body · 3 days ago
  • Do you like tatoos?

    Best answer: Yeah i already have 2 Tattoos....
    Best answer: Yeah i already have 2 Tattoos....
    17 answers · Tattoos · 4 days ago
  • This is my first laser tattoo removal session it's been a day now , but I'm not happy with the results? Any tips well it disappear in time?
  • Got a tattoo from a “non professional”?

    When i say Non professional i mean Just not in a shop. It was a friends brother he has a nice area with a tattoo seat all the inks and top of the line tattoo gun. He wore gloves the entire time changing them ever so often. He showed me the 2 new needles he took out of the package before we started. Sent me home... show more
    When i say Non professional i mean Just not in a shop. It was a friends brother he has a nice area with a tattoo seat all the inks and top of the line tattoo gun. He wore gloves the entire time changing them ever so often. He showed me the 2 new needles he took out of the package before we started. Sent me home with tattoo goo to keep clean. Is there any risks ? Tattoo turned out good and he is a dedicated artist. He also had blood born certificate on the wall. I went to him because he is a good tattoo artist
    4 answers · Tattoos · 3 hours ago
  • Can I reuse salt water for my septum piercing?

    So, I just pierced my septum, and I was wondering if I'd be able to make a batch of salt water and keep it in a water bottle to use whenever I need to clean it, or if I have to make it fresh each time?
    So, I just pierced my septum, and I was wondering if I'd be able to make a batch of salt water and keep it in a water bottle to use whenever I need to clean it, or if I have to make it fresh each time?
    10 answers · Other - Skin & Body · 4 days ago
  • How to clean new piercing?

    I recently had my cartilage pierced and I’ve been trying to find some information on how to clean it so that an infection doesn’t happen. Apparently you shouldn’t use rubbing alcohol but saline solution or soap and water. What do you guys think the best way of cleaning a piercing is? Do you take the piercing out... show more
    I recently had my cartilage pierced and I’ve been trying to find some information on how to clean it so that an infection doesn’t happen. Apparently you shouldn’t use rubbing alcohol but saline solution or soap and water. What do you guys think the best way of cleaning a piercing is? Do you take the piercing out and clean your ear or do you keep it in? Also, I heard that you can turn the piercing but only when it’s wet..do you literally just twist it? Thanks!
    4 answers · Other - Skin & Body · 14 hours ago
  • Top layer of tongue burnt off on part of my tongue and it still hasn’t healed it’s been over a month?

    My tongue has a whiteish layer that has been scalded off in an area and it’s red also there is some bumps
    My tongue has a whiteish layer that has been scalded off in an area and it’s red also there is some bumps
    7 answers · Other - Skin & Body · 4 days ago
  • Why does everyone regret their tattoos?

    I gave myself a stick and poke tattoo on my foot when I was a teen. It's pretty bad quality wise and over the years is gotten blotchy and faded but I've had it for years now and I've never once regretted it. In fact I still very much like it and I'm glad I did it. So why do so many others seem to... show more
    I gave myself a stick and poke tattoo on my foot when I was a teen. It's pretty bad quality wise and over the years is gotten blotchy and faded but I've had it for years now and I've never once regretted it. In fact I still very much like it and I'm glad I did it. So why do so many others seem to regret theirs? It's just ink in the skin after all, no big deal.
    6 answers · Tattoos · 3 days ago
  • What do you think people have thought of this tattoo I've had on my wrist for years?

    What do you think people have thought of this tattoo I've had on my wrist for years?

    Best answer: At first sight I thought it looked like a crab, sort of like the cancer zodiac. It's looks older and faded, so I would think that you probably got it when you were younger. Maybe a spur of the moment kind of tattoo (not that those are bad). I can see the spider, since you mentioned it. You should touch it up... show more
    Best answer: At first sight I thought it looked like a crab, sort of like the cancer zodiac. It's looks older and faded, so I would think that you probably got it when you were younger. Maybe a spur of the moment kind of tattoo (not that those are bad).

    I can see the spider, since you mentioned it. You should touch it up and add some detail! :)
    10 answers · Tattoos · 5 days ago
  • Would a tattoo shop actually be a great place for a robber to hold up? (See details for explanation of my theory)?

    As a man with at least 30 hours of ink in me, I have used 3 different tattoo shops based on the style I am getting, and they all operate on a cash only basis. You'll find that a lot of them are that way. Some do take plastic, but at least half of them don't, at least in my area. Don't ask me why, but... show more
    As a man with at least 30 hours of ink in me, I have used 3 different tattoo shops based on the style I am getting, and they all operate on a cash only basis. You'll find that a lot of them are that way. Some do take plastic, but at least half of them don't, at least in my area. Don't ask me why, but it seems to be a largely cash based industry. Further, most tattoo shops have websites with an FAQ page that tells you which payment methods they accept, so anyone, including a robber, can find that information in advance. Let's say a robber selects a shop to rob based on their website saying they are cash only. Most tattoo shops charge in the range of $100-$200 per hour. What's their most popular day? Almost certainly Saturday. You can go into most shops saturday night and find a large crowd hanging out in the lou ge waiting for their turn. A robber could enter a cash only tattoo shop on a Saturday night with a gun, order everyone on the ground, and rob the register with the take of the busy day in it. He could then order all the tattoo artists to empty their pockets of tips, and all the clients to empty their pockets of the cash they all have on them to pay for their tattoo. He could make off with 10k easily, all without the security of a jewelry store or the risk of dye packs and tracking devices banks use. Do you see any flaws in my logic, or is there no better place to knock off than a cash only tattoo shop on a Saturday night?
    11 answers · Tattoos · 6 days ago
  • Why do women sag much faster than men?

    Best answer: They have less collagen in their skin. They have less muscle. They have more fat.
    Best answer: They have less collagen in their skin. They have less muscle. They have more fat.
    11 answers · Other - Skin & Body · 7 days ago