Tattoo Model Urged To ‘Spare Her Face’ After Showing Off Latest Ink

A tattoo model has treated herself to a new inking despite fans urging her to 'spare her face'. 
Credit: @amberluke.666/Instagram

A tattoo model has been urged to ‘spare her face’ by her followers after showing off her latest ink. 

Amber Luke, from Brisbane, Australia, recently took to Instagram, where she has over 8,000 followers, to show off the new artwork.

She captioned it: “Added some scratches – can you guess where? Hahah (lol).”

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The post has since been liked over 1,000 times and a ton of her fans took to the comments.

However, not all of the messages were positive ones.

As reported by the Daily Star, one person is believed to have said: “You are so beautiful, spare your face.”

Despite this, others insisted they ‘love it’.

One said: “Love love love so much!”

Another added: “Looks tough as f***.”

A third commented: “This is fire.”

In agreement, a fourth wrote: “I love the new addition, looks so good.”

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The tattoo model has treated herself to a new inking despite fans urging her to ‘spare her face’. Credit: @amberluke.666/Instagram

Previously, the tattoo influencer has told her followers to ignore ‘society’s obscured views’ and embrace their true selves.

She reportedly said: “Don’t let anyone tell you you’re too young for ANYTHING to do with the decision of your image.

“If you want that piercing, hair colour or tattoo, GET IT.

“Don’t let society’s obscured views torment you into giving in or following the crowd.”

In a chat with the Daily Star, Luke also claimed that she ‘hated’ her body before she started getting tattooed.

She explained: “I felt very unlike myself. For years I was living in a body that I hated. I hated the feeling I felt when I was her.

“I finally decided to stop self-hating and started loving myself instead.”

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