This $exy Tattooed Woman Was Bullied As A Child, Since Then She Has Found Courage Through Getting Inked

This $exy Tattooed Woman Was Bullied As A Child, Since Then She Has Found Courage Through Getting Inked
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Do you have a tattoo? I don't. But if you do, what's your reason behind getting one, or two? Some people have a tattoo to commemorate special events: birth of a child, death of a parent, anniversary, or anything else. However painful getting inked maybe, the products can also sometimes be worth it for they are really beautiful, especially if they complement your already gorgeous body.

Now, here's a story about a woman who was bullied when she was young, and has since become brave by getting inked and finding inspiration.

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Meet Miss Ink Australia

Meet Miss Ink Australia

Isn't she beautiful? Her name's Brittany Allsop, a 22-year-old darling girl who recently won as Miss Ink Australia 2015.

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First Tattoo

First Tattoo
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Miss Brittany actually received her first inking way back when she was just 16 years old.

Why Have Tattoos?

Why Have Tattoos?
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It all started back when Brittany was just a child. She had scars due to a mosquito bite allergy, and was often teased by others.

Covering the Scars

Covering the Scars
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So, Brittany decided that having tattoos would successfully cover her scars. Even if some people criticize her online, she's always willing to defend her choices.

Initially Scared

Initially Scared
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Surprisingly, Brittany was scared of needles at first, but ever since she convinced her mother to allow her to have a cross and rose tattoo on her wrist, Brittany started to fall in love with inking.

Self-Esteem And Cover

Self-Esteem And Cover
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For Miss Ink Australia 2015, having tattoos is not just about art, as it also covers her imperfections and enhances her self-esteem. Besides, it's her life, right?