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Cheryl Cole's Rose tattoo

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bibagorkey Fri 22-Feb-13 13:49:01

Is this real? If so , is she completely mad?

CiderwithBuda Fri 22-Feb-13 14:09:24

It's hideous. Mind you I think most tattoos are hideous.

navada Fri 22-Feb-13 14:13:54

Tattoos on women are gross the height of low style - but that's just my opinion.

PointeShoes Fri 22-Feb-13 14:17:26

I like tattoos, when they're done well. I don't think this is pretty at all. It's to black and filled in, if I was more open and delicately done it could of been beautiful.

DSM Fri 22-Feb-13 14:22:58

There is already a thread..

link here

Navada - why on women? Do you like them on men?

IslaValargeone Fri 22-Feb-13 14:23:42

Not a fan of tattoos anyway, but this is really ugghhh.

Dolallytats Fri 22-Feb-13 14:24:52

I love tattoos, but this one looks horrible. Too dark so it ends up looking almost blurred.

Goldenhedgehog Fri 22-Feb-13 14:28:47

Don't like it. It is too dark, although as it's covering something else I guess that was unavoidable. Roses would look better if they were smaller and more delicate, particularly as she's petite.

Better than the barbed wire though imo, which is tacky.

Rhiannon86 Fri 22-Feb-13 14:37:10

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TomArchersSausage Fri 22-Feb-13 14:40:11

It's awful imo. It looks like a terrible burn or skin problem.

specialsubject Fri 22-Feb-13 14:49:15

even the Sun refers to it as a 'tramp stamp'. When the Sun thinks you are common, you've got real problems.

the woman can't sing and has a criminal record.

PhyllisDoris Fri 22-Feb-13 14:57:33

It's truly dreadful - she's a pretty girl, why does she need to have something that awful on her back which will totally ruin the effect of any clothes she's wearing - for ever

IslaValargeone Fri 22-Feb-13 15:02:31

'the woman can't sing and has a criminal record'
and yet she has been described as a 'national treasure' hmm

scarlettsmummy2 Fri 22-Feb-13 15:08:53


navada Fri 22-Feb-13 15:10:58

DSM - I'm not a fan of tattoos on anyone, but on women they do suffer from a negative image problem - 'tramp stamp' being a prime example.

AmberSocks Fri 22-Feb-13 18:08:40

i like tattoos but only when done well.not keen on any of hers.

NotADragonOfSoup Fri 22-Feb-13 18:18:57

I think it is horrendously ugly. I really don't like tattoos like that on anyone, man or woman.

scottishmummy Fri 22-Feb-13 18:29:55

Ghastly but She's got ned chic

DSM Fri 22-Feb-13 22:52:50

Navada - why? Why do you to like them?

I actually think referring to a woman's chosen body art as a 'tramp stamp' is vile misogyny. It disgusts me. (And no, I don't have one).

Why do women suffer more negatively than men? Is it because society expects women to be pretty and dainty and tattoos go against this? Is it something else?

BamBamAndPebbles Fri 22-Feb-13 22:57:07


WinkyWinkola Fri 22-Feb-13 22:59:00

She's a successful woman, lovely looking and has lots going for her.

Imo, these tats just detract from all that. They are ugly.

Is this definitely a real tattoo? It's very dense and looks like it was very painful.

To me, it's unattractive but of course there'll be thousands who disagree.

CooEeeEldridge Fri 22-Feb-13 23:01:04

dsm just my opinion, but I think generally women are seen as more sensible and intelligent than Men, so when they get a humdinger of an awful tattoo like chezza's it offends more? I have 4 (Like to think 'ok') ones if that has any bearing..

tigerdriverII Fri 22-Feb-13 23:10:17

I loathe tattooes on anyone. But if the Mirror link I've looked at (no I don't read the mirror, this is what google gave me) is right, the rose thing is better than the bum antlers.

specialsubject Sat 23-Feb-13 12:15:29

who describes this violent and talentless woman as a 'national treasure?'

ODearMe Sat 23-Feb-13 12:19:50

She has ruined herself

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