As someone who has over 12 tattoos and a half arm sleeve, I don't know how I feel about this.
A team at Georgia Tech just invented painless tattoos, instead of a needle what they invented is a a patch with thousands of microscopic needles on one side, so small you can't even feel them. But the tattoo is still permanent. The needles aren't even metal, and they're made of tattoo ink that's encased in a material strong enough to get through your skin, then it dissolves. Each tiny needle represents a single pixel, according to iScience. And they can be arranged any way you want to create letters and designs. So instead of a tattoo artist, you could design it on a computer, order the patch online, and stick it on all by yourself. They also say they'll be cheaper than a normal tattoo. And there's a lower risk of infection, because there's no blood. You can check out photos of it below