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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Dr. D's Tattoo Undertakings


Dr. D is my husband Derek's nickname. Though he's not a doctor in real life, it is pretty rad that his client's will say things like, "I've got to go see the doctor"...when they are referring to their tattoo appointment's.


Derek's artwork never ceases to amaze me. Whether it's his drawings on a t-shirt or inked into skin, he is one talented man! Yes, a wife is allowed to gush over her husband (on her blog) every once in a while. Hehehe!

Obligatory full outfit shot

Obligatory gust of wind shot

Follow Derek on instagram @drdtattoo for more of his awesome artwork!

Thank you for reading!
XOXO-Meagan Kyla



14 comments:

  1. I'm assuming a bit of his work is on your own skin. That's actually very romantic :D

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    1. 99% of my tattoos are his artwork ;) I guess it is a bit romantic, hehehe!

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  2. That's so sweet and also very cool! Haha! Also, I love your skirt! <3

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  3. Holy sh*t girl your hair is the color of mine - yours of course, is by choice not genetics!

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    1. Hehehe! I am a natural blonde, (shaved side is my natural color) :)

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    2. I was thinking you had dyed it white! But I can see that the shave side is blonde now that I look closely.

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  4. Given the tatts I have seen in your posts in the past he is super talented! Love the skirt, too!

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  5. That's an awesome shirt! Your husband's crazy talented. And I would agree with the posted above... that's pretty romantic that 99% of your tattoos are his artwork!

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  6. Love your outfit, that skirt is gorgeous! I love that your husband did most of your tattoos :) It really is quite romantic as another commenter pointed out!

    Just wondering, I'm playing around with toners at the moment to maintain my platinum hair can I ask what you use on your hair to keep the colour so fresh looking? :)

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    1. I use a purple shampoo and blonde preserving conditioner. I find leaving the shampoo on for 3 to 5 minutes help to tone and keep brassiness away.

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