If you're at all like me, you've been thinking about your next tattoo the second you finished your last one. Friends have said it's kind of like an addiction, but I only have two - partially because I'm loyal to my artist who lives in California, but also because finding the right artist is just as important as getting the right tattoo that will live forever on your body.

A Facebook user from Longview posed this question on the page Longview Virtual Yard Sale and boy did she get a bunch of answers to choose from. I combed through the comments and recommendations to find the most popular businesses to get your ink on.

Are some of your favorite tattoo shops and artists on this list? If not, let us know who else belongs here.

Resurrection Ink - Tyler

Red Rooster Tattoo - Longview (Cora Rountree, Tyler Weisenberger, Noah Coronado)

Kelly's Tattoos - Tyler (Kelly Kirkland)

Fugi's Tattoo - Longview (Will Fisher, Ashley)

Ink Armory & Tattoo Studio - Longview (Meghan Carter)

Endlessly Divine Tattoo Parlor - Longview (Stephanie Hulsey)

Hillie's Artwork - Gladewater

Skin Deep Studio & Gift Shop - Longview (Joshua Allen Prekker)

Garage Art Studio Kustom Tattoo's - Longview (Rikki Bailey)

East Texas Tattoo - Kilgore (Kelly)

EyeKandy Ink - Longview (John Ellis)

The LOST BOYS Tattoo - Tyler (Pablo Rodriguez)

Riley Alexander

Studio2000 Tattoo Shop - Longview

Exotic Ink - Tyler (Trey Flores)

Pain or Pleasure - Pittsburg

The Vintage Rose - Whitehouse

Redeeming Tattoos - Tyler

J-Whitt - Tyler

Looks like there are a lot of great options with artists people are passionate about. Where are you getting your next tattoo?