SOCIAL media user Jennifer McGee was thrilled to get a tattoo on her chest – that was until she saw the finished product.
She realized the artist made a huge mistake and now has to live with the permanent blunder.
Jennifer was excited to get a new tattoo done on her chestCredit: TikTok / @jennifer_jalene
The artist forgot the letter ‘g’ in the word ‘strength’Credit: TikTok / @jennifer_jalene
In a video posted to her social media page, Jennifer said she was excited to get the new ink, until she noticed that her artist had misspelled one of the words.
Instead of the word “strength,” her artist had spelled “strenth” across her body.
Unfortunately, since her design is on her chest, she won’t be able to hide the ink very easily.
In the comment section of her video, Jennifer claimed she didn’t notice that the artist missed the letter “g” in the stencil he had made.
When asked what she was going to do about the mistake, she told a user that she plans on getting it fully removed.
The experts at InkedMind previously shared how to handle a situation in which an artist has completed unsatisfactory work.
First, they said to be completely honest with the artist about how you feel.
This should make the artist understand your emotions, and most will usually fix the design until you’re happy with it.
They said that their design on your skin is a walking advertisement for their work, and it looks bad, they’re putting their career at risk.
Alternatively, you can ask for help from another artist or just get the tattoo completely removed.
In other tattoo fail stories, one woman had to get her ink redone after she didn’t care for it when it started scabbing.
Plus, someone else claimed her whole arm was “ruined” after getting a botched tattoo job.
The woman’s tattoo mistake is printed right on her chestCredit: TikTok / @jennifer_jalene
She said she plans on getting the ink removedCredit: TikTok / @jennifer_jalene
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