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Thursday, 25 June 2015

TATTOOS: Interview with Jackie Redfern

This week I'll introduce you to Jackie Redfern, a friend from across the pond (from the USA basically).
She replied to my recent call on Twitter for some new interviewees for this little series....

Happy reading!

What was your first tattoo, and how old were you? My 1st tattoo was a small rose on my right wrist, done when I was 37

How many do you have now, and what are they? 
I now have 2 sleeves, chest, back & both feet tattooed. Also a tiny heart on my pinky, so 7 in all

Who is your favourite tattooist? 
I don't have a particular favourite tattooer; if I like their work, that's enough.

Do you have any tattoos planned for the future? If so, what? 
I plan to have some work done on my legs, when the funds allow.

Do you have any 'no-go' zones? 
I would not have my neck or face tattooed, or any large hand tattoos. 'Everlasting job stoppers'!

What is your favourite  thing about tattoos and tattoo culture? 
I have no opinion on so-called tattoo culture; my tattoos are personal to me.

What do you think of the increase in tattoos as a 'fashion statement'?
Tattoos as fashion statements mean plenty of work for laser removal clinics in the future!

And lastly, some bits about you: 

Favourite food?
Don't have a favourite food.

Favourite film?
Now Voyager with Bette Davis.

Favourite animal? 

Pet hate? 

Biggest achievement? 
My 2 fabulous kids.

Dream job? 
Personal Shopper.

Dream holiday destination, money no object? 
To travel the USA in a Winnibago.

You can follow Jackie on Twitter too, here!

Email me at if you would also like to take part in this series!
*photos from Jackie


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