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When I mentioned this saddest incarnation of the tat to Helen Mirren, who has the Indian Lakesh symbol, meaning 'whole woman', inscribed just below the thumb on her left hand, she rolled her eyes.(Helen Mirren is, by the way, the only woman in her 60s I can think of who doesn't look ridiculous sporting a tattoo).Samara Weaving is a 25 years old Australian actress, best known for the role of Kirsten Mulroney in the television series of the BBC TV ‘Out Of The Blue’ and the role of Indigo Walker in the most popular soap Opera of the southern continent, ‘Home and away’.Samara Weaving is also the niece of the famous actor Hugo Weaving known as Agent Smith…Actress Angelina Jolie gets a tattoo of a tiger from Thai tattoo artist Sompong Kanphai during her visit to Bangkok in 2004 Cheryl Cole has a number of tattoos on her hands and arms, while Amy Winehouse has the more old-fashioned type, featuring anchors and pneumatic pin-ups, the sort first favoured by sailors.These 'old-school' tattoos are now achingly fashionable, while the sort using Arabic, Hindi or Japanese script, often misspelt and ungrammatical, that came into Vogue in the late Nineties when David and Victoria Beckham had them inked on their shoulders and lower backs, are most definitely out.So be careful making FAP on Leaked Nude photos of Samara Weaving – Agent Smith never sleep!The world of fashion hasn’t exactly been known for it’s diversity over the years.
They are a mark of temporary insanity, instantly turning the classiest, chicest woman into trailer trash. They were once the ultimate symbol of working-class machismo, but now, even the wife of the leader of the Tory party has one.Tattoos are now so mainstream that even Selfridges has opened its own parlour, Metal-morphosis, in its London, Manchester and Birmingham stores.For the reasonable sum of between £80 to £100, a simple star - the most popular design - can be yours to have in your lunch hour.As recently as 1992, tattoos in the world of fashion were, well, taboo.
The edgy model Eve Salvail had a tattoo - a dragon on her skull, clearly visible through her closely cropped platinum blonde hair - and she just couldn't get a job.
Her tattoo, more of a brand, really, was once navy, but has faded with time. She was given the tattoo when she was a small child, upon entering a Nazi concentration camp.