Tattoos and piercings do come with a lot of work during the initial healing process. Thus getting them during spring break as a “heat of the moment” idea can be exciting and something that you may think is a great thing to do when you’re slightly buzzed on the beach, melting in the sun. Getting a hole in your body or a new tattoo can be something someone may want to get as a trophy of surviving spring break, a memento perhaps, but here are 10 reasons not to go for it before break.
Ariane Jensen is a sophomore writing and linguistics major with a public relations minor at Georgia Southern University. She’s was internationally raised, living places such as Germany and Botswana. She is a quirky person with an empathetic attitude. Her favorite things to do include getting tattoos, writing poems, Netflix, Food Network and listening to soulful music such as Tracy Chapman and Nina Simone. You can find her cozied up on the couch in a onesie, and snacking on Gushers and any other assortment of candy. She is the Life and Style writer for the Reflector.