“I had my face tattooed so that I couldn’t get a normal job,
mainly as a reminder to persevere in doing what I wanted to do,” 26-year-old model and tattoo artist Kayleigh Peach told the Birmingham Mail
Kayleigh explained that tattoos are accepted more now than any time in history. But face tattoos are still shunned by employers in most lines of work. So she decided face tattoos would be the best way to get out of having a "regular job".
Peach says she's painfully shy and has dealt with mental health issues. She didn't want a "real job" get in the way of her artistic dream to be a tattoo artist. Wouldn't it be ironic if tattoo places said, "sorry no face tatts, that's woo weird"?