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- The Ultimate Form of Self-Expression
- Lu par : Kim Somers
- Durée : 1 h et 5 min
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It could easily be argued that body art is more popular than at any time in history. In days long gone by, sailors were the most heavily tattooed sector of society, but for decades now, that sector is the youth, which is a larger group than those who put to sea.
Not only has actual tattooing found a wider demographic, but technology has expanded the methods that can be employed to enhance our bodies. Nowadays, for example, you can get a fake tattoo that will last a couple of days for a special event. In a similar vein, women can be body-painted, and the casual observer would be forgiven for not seeing a naked lady.
This doesn’t work so well for men, for obvious reasons!
You can also get fake tans, hair dyes, and nail varnishes that can easily be applied at home. There are also teeth whitening, cheap wigs, and coloured contact lenses available. Not to mention cheap sunglasses and fake glasses of numerous kinds.
The ultimate form of body art is plastic surgery. Many ordinary people aspire to plastic cut, tucks, and nips these days–it is not only the privilege of the rich and famous. In fact, some countries like Thailand offer holidays that include plastic surgery (and other forms), so that your friends will hardly recognize you when you return from a month’s holiday!
In fact, with all the options for body art available on a typical Western high street, no one need look the same two days running!
The information in this audiobook on various aspects of body art and related subjects, such as piercing, body painting, and tattoos, is organized into 18 chapters of about 500-600 words each.
I hope that it will interest those who like to write a diary and blog, or webmasters who need content for their online publications.