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Gen Z Tattoos:

Gen Z Tattoos:

Gen Z Tattoos:

What Tattoos Are Millennials and Gen Z, Arguably the Most Inked Generations, Choosing? We Asked, and Found Out the Most Common Designs They’re Sporting Now…

Over 20% of 18-35-year-olds have tattoos, and Ypulse data shows that more would like to join their ranks: 41% of 13-17-years-old and 27% of 18-35-year-olds who don’t currently have one is interested in getting a tattoo in the future. Those who already have tattoos are proud of the ink they sport. Eighty-five percent disagree with the statement, “I plan to have one or more of my tattoos removed someday,” and 89% say they are proud to show off their tattoos. (Source: www.ypulse.com)

Gen Z Tattoos: What the Artform Means to the Younger Generation

Tattoo culture has slowly evolved into being accepted as a true art form, especially among the younger generations. From millennials to Gen Z, tattoos are becoming more accepted rather than a dirty little secret. Even in Southeast Asia, where cultures are still pretty conservative, younger folks are more open to getting inked and sharing their experiences. To get an idea of this, we spoke with Clare Chong (Singapore), Kiara Lee (Malaysia), and Krizia Macasaet (Philippines) of Generation Z on their views on local tattoo culture and what their ink means to them. Read on to find out what they have to say. (Source:

Trisha Yearwood Reveals the One Thanksgiving Tradition She'll Never Change: It's 'just Unbelievable'

Country music icon Trisha Yearwood is big on keeping family traditions alive around the holidays. Yearwood, who hosts Trisha's Southern Kitchen on the Food Network, says food traditions are especially important to her. "The reason that I cook is because I grew up on with a great cook," she explains, noting that both her parents were "fantastic" in the kitchen. Yearwood loves to host a "misfit Thanksgiving," where they invite people who don't have a place to go for the holiday to their homes. "We didn't get to do that last year because of the pandemic," she says. "So we're really excited about that this year." Yearwood, who is married to fellow country music star Garth Brooks, says that Thanksgiving "is probably a bigger holiday at my house than Christmas" because her family loves the traditional meal. Yearwood says that Brooks loves to tell stories about how his mother used to stay up all night to baste the turkey before Thanksgiving. But she's discovered a hack to get a moist bird without all the hassle: She leaves it covered in a pan of water in the oven overnight. (Source: www.yahoo.com)

The Incidence of Tattoos Among Millennials As Well As Gen X’ers Is so Widespread As to Be Almost Mainstream.

Thirty-six percent of Millennials and 40% of Gen X have at least one tattoo and many have multiples. (The reason this comes as a surprise to those of us who have never even contemplated the option of body art beyond ear piercing is that many are in discreet places.) (Source: www.millennialmarketing.com)

 

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