got a little noodly on this coverup today. thanks catherine!
Design & ink by Sanne Vaghi, Berlin.
Butterfly by Tylor Schwarz of Vanity Tattoo in Carpentersville, IL
Anonymous asked: Like the previous replies have said, it's always better to be safe than sorry- cover them up, find out their policy later.
andtheivy asked: Re: the tattoo/work question: I covered mine up for my first interview but asked about their policy in the follow up. They're totally fine with it as long as I'm not meeting any clients that day and they actually really like my tattoos! So it's worth asking but it's good to cover up at first to show you can look professional if necessary.
awanderingdaughter asked: I have a high security job at an airport and not only do I have visible tattoos, but I also have snake bites and stretched lobes. For the interview I donned my most professional attire, and simply asked about the policy. My interviewer was actually thrilled that I had asked instead of showing up after getting the job with all my piercing in/tattoos visible. Be upfront, but make it clear you're ready and willing to adjust if hired to any policies they may have in place. Good luck!! :)