Dec 31, 2015 4:16 PM GMT
NYT: In a storefront parlor on Bergen Street in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, a father of two sat in a chair one recent Saturday afternoon, his shirt hiked over his head to reveal an open expanse of shoulder to be tattooed.
His two children, well under 10 years old, were yelping away beside him. They weren’t there to watch. They had gone first.
Such is the normal course of affairs at Tattly, the four-year-old temporary-tattoo company.