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Religious tattoos represent beginning of body art

Religious tattoos continue to be popularNo matter what events are happening around the country, religious tattoos, particularly those representing the Christian faith, continue to be popular. The imagery also gives young men and women a chance to a get a more tattoo that may be more fully supported by their families as they start to delve into body art, according to News-Journal in Longview, Texas.

“It’s easier to justify a faith-based tattoo to parents than a tattoo of something else,” Jes Farris, owner of tattoo parlor Studio 13, said in an interview with News-Journal.

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One of the most common Christian tattoos that Farris sees is the Jesus fish with “faith” written inside of it.

To read more about this ongoing tattoo trend click here.

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