LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Most people usually give flowers or chocolates to show love for their significant others, but some people take the holiday a step further.

It's certainly a different type of Valentine's date night -- getting each other's names tattooed on one another.

"I love her to death and just thought it would be the perfect moment," Luis Briceño said.

For Luis Briceño , it was a spur of the moment decision to get his wife's name on his arm.

"When I was down, she was there. She's always been there, had my back," he said.

Miguel Caballero is a tattoo artist at the Empire of Ink in Little Rock. Valentine's Day is when he sees the most people coming in to get their significant others name in ink.

"This lady just came in and got her husband's name tattooed right on her lower back," Caballero said.

But, it's something he tries to convince customers not to do. It's considered bad luck amongst tattoo artists.

"It doesn't matter if it's your husband or whoever it is," he said. "Usually, I get a lot of them that come in and get their boyfriend or girlfriend's name and a week or two later, they're coming in and covering them up."

Tattoo artist Dani Neske isn't worried about that bad luck. Getting her fiancee's name was something she's always wanted to do. She considers it a good luck charm.

"He is my world. Now, technically, I've got all three of my world. Him and my kids," she said.

Don't worry, Caballero said if you ever break up, these tattoos are usually pretty easy to cover up.

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