I tattooed my own fingernails – it’s great because when they grow out you can just do it again

TATTOOS can be amazing, but they're also permanent – unless you pay for expensive laser treatment to get them removed.

But one tattooist has come up with a brilliant way to temporarily experiment with inkings.



Joel, of Death Rules Tattoo, took to TikTok to showcase the etchings on each of his fingernails.

The designs ranged from a spiderweb and a flower to a skull head.

"Tattooed my own fingernails," he wrote over the clip.

The benefit of the fingernail tattoos is that once the nail grows, the design starts to disappear with it.

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Joel then showed the nail tattoos "one month later", with the designs halfway up the nail bed.

In the comments section, many people speculated about the pain involved in getting fingernail tattoos.

However, Joel insisted it didn't hurt at all.

"Did the needle go right through to the skin underneath?" one person asked, with Joel replying: "No nothing like that just sits on the nail."

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In response to another question about the pain, he wrote: "No pain at all! Just vibration from the needle hitting the nail."

"ive seen this before and completely forgot it was even a thing!" someone else commented.

"it's actually awesome though."

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"I used to do it a bunch during my apprenticeship and completely forgot until the other week!" Joel replied.

"Thank you so much!"

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