A YOUNG woman who asked her tattoo artist for a dainty flower chain was left horrified by the mess she received instead.
The TikTok user, who doesn’t share her real name, caught the attention of thousands of people when she posted her “cringe” tattoo fail online.
The woman is seen in the clip shaking her head before sharing with viewers the design she had hoped for.
As the voiceover says “this is what I wanted”, she points to a chain of carefully spaced, life-like flowers seen tattooed on another person, just below their collarbone.
The ink is subtle and a thin line has been used to make the flowers appear delicate.
When the clip says “this is what I got”, she lifts her hand to reveal a bunched row of messy, awkwardly drawn flowers.
The edges are far wider than the tattoo she had dreamed of and look clunky.
One person commented: “I am very sorry.”
Another joked: “They better cut this part of the body.”
A number of others were lost for words, sharing the ‘shocked’ emoji and the ‘laughing’ emoji.
Her video has been viewed almost 30,000 times.
The audio she used has commonly been seen on a number of other ‘fail’ videos.
People share examples of ‘what they expected’ vs ‘what they got’.
More than 94,000 people have uploaded content to TikTok using the sound clip.
In another tattoo disaster, a woman shared the tattoo she had been hoping for and the atrocity she now has to live with.
Under the username ‘itsmehollyholiday’, she revealed the beautiful design she was hoping for
She wrote: “I’m so angry, I’ve cried so much. I trusted this artist he’s done great work in the past for me…. My trust is now ruined and so is my arm.”
More than 9,300 people were supportive and sympathetic in the comment section.
One person said: ““Oh it can’t be that b- OH MY GOD”.
Another asked: “Did he DIE in the middle of the session or???”
While someone else wrote: “nah their license needs to be revoked and you need to get your money back in full.”
But it’s not just permanent ink that can go wrong.
In another popular video, TikTok user Melanie Wilmoth, shared the difference between a pair of jeans she purchased online looked in an image vs what she received in the mail.
Her fashion disaster video has been seen more than 29.1million times, with over 4million likes.