Loved the days of the big hair!!!
Loved the days BEFORE INK, lol.
@Chinyuk Me too...remember going to fairs and seeing the tattooed lady in FREAK shows! Don't remember that Mz Bruneau went the tat route?
I think is a generational thing. If you. Remember during the ARNOLD bodybuilding era ,ink was not in style. After him guys and then gals went CRAZY, LOL.Ms. Bruneau was in the ARNOLD era.
So many of the girls have such beautiful skin, they eat excellent diets, train hard, take impeccable care of their appearance, they do everything right. What a shame to see all that effort get marred by big ugly tats, especially skulls, crossbones, snakes, shaved heads and what else, it distracts from the hard work put into their muscles. But it's their bodies to do with as they please and if they want to coat themselves in ink it's their choice. And for the people that like the ink this is their time period. Thankfully there are still girls out their that keep their look clean and fresh, lovely to view, for the people who don't like the ink. Both sides have their options.
Sharon seems to always look great in all her pics.
@ramfann, from a former ink hater ,I accept it now in moderation . in cases it can accentuate the muscular perfectly. I notice some ethic groups don’t seem to like it as much as others. The Asians and east Europeans-and northern Europeans don’t have it that often.and the older GWM don’t seem to favor ink also. Some ink haters consider it “BODY GRAFFITI “, lol
ink..like many things is a monkey see monkey do...most cool things turn out to be bad for the human body...i wonder when studies will show that inking a body reduces the immune system or other things or not....i also believe that ...things such as smoking,drinking, etc are controlled by the entities that really run this world.and pushed into the culture by them.