Tattoo addict, 25, who covered her body in ink, reveals the ONLY one she regrets – after having her ‘cheating’ ex’s name etched on her bum despite dating just two weeks
- Sarah-Jane Sinclair, 25, has her ex-boyfriend’s name tattooed on her bottom
- But Essex mum of one later found out he was ‘cheating on her’
- Miss Sinclair is covered in tattoos and became addicted to them at the age of 18
A tattoo addict whose body is covered in ink has revealed that the only design she regrets is having her “cheating” ex-boyfriend’s name etched onto her bum after just two weeks of dating.
Sarah-Jane Sinclair, 25, is covered from head to toe in tattoos and has nine only on her face — including phrases like “stand out” and “be original” — after first becoming addicted to them at age 18. them.
While her striking appearance has apparently led to online abuse, she says she only regrets her ‘impulsive’ decision to “[name redacted]’s girl’ tattooed on her buttocks early in their relationship.
Mother-of-one Miss Sinclair, from Harlow, Essex, said: ‘The only thing I regret is my ex’s name on my ass earlier this year.
“We’d only been together for two weeks, but I just thought ‘this guy is amazing'” and I’m very impulsive with tattoos.
“Two weeks later, this girl messaged me on TikTok asking for my number after seeing my videos with the guy in it. She called me and said he’s been seeing her for months too.
“He told me at the time not to get the tattoo, but I did it anyway – now I know it was obvious because he was with someone else too. I haven’t mastered it yet, but I will.’
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Sarah-Jane Sinclair, 25, is covered in tattoos from head to toe and has nine on her face — including phrases like “stand out” and “be original” — after first becoming addicted to them at age 18
A tattoo addict who has her body covered in ink has revealed the only design she regrets is having her ‘cheating’ ex-boyfriend’s name etched on her bum after dating just two weeks
Miss Sinclair had 15 milliliters of filler injected into her face, spread over her lips, nose and chin. She has also spent 15 minutes in the sun bed almost every day for the past year.
Miss Sinclair continued: ‘As soon as I turned 18 I went to the tattoo parlor and I couldn’t tell you how many tattoos I have now. It’s definitely an addiction, once you start you won’t want to stop.
“I have almost two arm sleeves, half a leg sleeve, a little on my lower back and stomach, my entire chest, neck and fingers, the back of my thighs and of course my face. I plan to be fully covered, but it will take time.
“In public I usually get stares and online about 75 percent of what I get is hate — they call me Post Malone, say I ruined myself and ask ‘what are you going to look like when you’re old’.
Miss Sinclair had 15 milliliters of filler injected into her face, spread over her lips, nose and chin. She has also spent 15 minutes on the sunbeds almost every day for the past year
Although her striking appearance has led to online abuse, she only claims to regret her ‘impulsive’ decision to ‘[name redacted]’s girl’ tattooed on her buttocks, only two weeks into a relationship
“Someone even said, ‘I’ve never seen anyone use a tattoo to get rid of a double chin’ – that got me the one, it’s really personal. But I like my tattoos.’
Etched among her tattoos are the word ‘peace’, a mandala design, a sad angel, a love heart, the word ‘vanity’ in Latin and the quote ‘love is pain’.
Despite negative comments about her ‘job stopper’ facial inks and the ‘terrible’ pain of getting them done, Miss Sinclair swears she won’t stop getting them until she runs out of body cloth.
“People say it ruins your body, but I believe your body is a temple and you should decorate it, so I decorate myself,” she said.
‘I don’t like the pain. Some people enjoy it but I hate getting my tattoos done it’s so painful but no pain no gain.
‘I don’t fit in society, but we shouldn’t all be the same – I just like to be myself and free.
‘I feel sorry for people who have to be negative about other people, it probably means that they are sad themselves and lead a very boring life.
“Do they want everyone to look the same? Because it would be a boring world if they did.
‘[One friend] said to me recently ‘everyone has the same look, the same haircut and the same style, but you are you and you would never get a replica of you’.