Hundreds of people from all over the county made it out to the annual Ink Master Tattoo Show in Killeen.
Top selected artist were chosen to be apart of the show that brought out many Central Texans looking for some ink.
Adilia Issac and Dusty Brooks hadn't seen each other in 15 years.
"She came in a blizzard to come down here to see me," said Brooks.
"Thirty-year friendship, we use to ride together," said Isaac.
all the way from Colorado, and years without seeing each other, with a reunion like this, there was only one thing to do.
"We're getting the same tattoo," said Brooks.
The ladies came out to the ink masters tattoo show in Killeen to get matching bff tattoos.
"I haven't seen my family yet, I want this first," said Isaac.
And like these besties, other people came to the tattoo show knowing exactly what they wanted and why.
"I got my sons portrait iv been waiting a year to get this so I definitely did my research before picking an artist," said Griselda Briceno.
More than 80 artist from all over the nation made their way to Central Texas for the first ever Ink Master Tattoo Show in Killeen.
From California, to New York and even some locals, not just any tattoo artist is good enough to make it to this show.
"You try to get tattooed by the best artist, my show is different than other shows its an invite show so all my artist have to get approved by us," said Ink Master Tattoo Show Organizer Raymond Hernandez.
Dusty and Adilia said this show definitely has the best artist, and the proof is on their shoulders.
"We're sisters no doubt about it," said Brooks.
"Five thumbs up, iv got five thumbs, five thumbs, up for this convention," said Isaac.
And to them these tattoos are just like their friendship, they'll last forever.
If you'd like to check out the tattoo show, it's at the Courtyard Marriott in Killeen.
It runs Saturday from 11a.m. until 11p.m. and Sunday from 11a.m. until 9p.m.