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Princess Rivera's Vida Loca

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Name: Princess Rivera
Age: Currently 31, and 30 when I got my tattoo.

Since I was 13 I wanted this tattoo, "Mi Vida Loca" which means "My Crazy Life". It is on my back shoulder to shoulder. It is my first tattoo and I had to go big. Well, my artist had big thoughts and I LOVE IT.

AJ Larson from Tattooshack saw a vision and just went with it. The crown represents me, my name, and who I am -- a princess. So to say, a princess with a crazy life.

Next Tattoo? I do want more tattoo's I just have so many ideas that I can't decide on what I want, but I know once I tell AJ he will just draw it on me and create a
masterpiece. I can't wait!

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