Vietnamese Tattoo Artist Masks People’s Scars With Beautiful Artworks – Design You Trust

Vietnamese Tattoo Artist Masks People’s Scars With Beautiful Artworks

A young tattoo artist who goes by the name ‘Ngoc’ on social media has become famous for helping people, especially women hide their scars by inking beautiful artworks over them.

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For many people having to live with visible scars, either from accidental burns, operations like appendectomy or cesarean section is an everyday struggle. But thanks to talented tattoo artist Ngoc, some of them don’t have to. The Hanoi-based artist is known as a magician in the Vietnamese tattooing community, as scars are considered very difficult to deal with, but she always seems to find the best design to perfectly conceal them.

“Every woman is beautiful, I don’t want any woman to struggle with her scars,” Ngoc recently told Vietnamese reporters, adding that she is glad to help her clients regain their confidence.

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