Most happy tattooers

Perhaps the most entertaining part of my day at Cardiff's Halloween Bash was with Amy and the team from Shaded Lady in Falmouth.   Here you can see Amy with Al Williams taking the shortest of breaks while I took this photo.  At Shaded Lady it seems that tattooing is just a lot of fun and I spent a good deal of time chatting with Al, Amy and Josie Williams who is not shown here.  Unaccountably for an Englishman Al was wearing a kilt, though on second thoughts that could have been a nod in the direction of Halloween. 
Annoyingly Amy suffers little or no pain whilst being inked, which hardly seems fair.  As a result she can take very long sessions.  During the convention her sleeve on the left arm was being completed.  Her right sleeve was completed in three sessions of four hours a while ago.

Josie Williams inked her right sleeve and the work on her legs. 
Amy had her first tattoo when she was only sixteen, a little triangle.  At nineteen she had a tattoo on her back.  Amy, who works in Bobby's bar in Falmouth is now 23.  She helps out from time to time at Shaded Lady.

Her boyfriend likes her tattoos even though he only has a couple herself.  In time, she expects to have a bodysuit.  In the short term next January she plans to have her tongue tattooed.

Her face will be off limits but she's not afraid of visible tattoos and will eventually have her hands done.  She absolutely loves being tattooed and that sentiment oozes from her sunny demeanour.

I am strongly tempted to get some work done at Shaded Lady when on holiday down at Cornwall, where my wife and I visit the Lizard quite regularly.


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