Friday the 8th May will mark 75 years since VE day, as the United Kingdom remembers the end of the war in Europe. On the 8th May 1945, Prime Minister Winston Churchill announced on the radio at 3pm, that the war in Europe had came to an end. It was an emotional day for millions of people, so there were of course lots of celebrations in the form of street parties. Huge crowds of people dressed in red, white and blue gathered in the streets and outside Buckingham Palace to rejoice.
Tattoos are extremely popular at the moment, and that popularity seems to be constantly on the rise, thanks to social media outlets such as Instagram, celebrities with tattoos, and the growing social acceptance of tattoos. A 2015 UK Survey found that 30% of 25-39 year olds had tattoos, and we reckon that it's probably an even higher percentage now. It's easy to take for granted just how accessible tattoos are these days, and it's great that there's a lot less stigma attached to tattoos, but this wasn't always the case, especially for women.