Lewiston Woman Doing A Brisk Business Giving People Voluntary Port-Wine Stains

Tattoo parlor in Lewiston MaineLEWISTON — Angela Whiteley tried college and dropped out. She tried working in a day care, an office and in a mall. “I hated every moment of it,” she said. “I hated the fluorescent lighting. I hated everything. I thought, ‘If I have to wake up every day and go to a job I hate, I’m not going to make it to 30.'” However, the wife and mom just celebrated her 30th birthday. And she has a job. She’s a tattoo artist. “It’s what I was meant to do,” Whiteley said. In her right hand, she held a tattoo machine like a pencil, scratching at a woman’s forearm until flower petals and swirls took shape and filled with color. With her left, Whiteley swabbed excess ink from the fresh creation. (read more at Lewiston Sun Journal)

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