Heya @panini try not to let the small minds in life get under your skin. It will ruin the tattoo.....lol!!
As a woman, with a lot of tattoos that are visible, and in the older crowd........I have to laugh at where this thread has taken us with the tattoo thing. I was subjected to HIGHLY judgemental attitudes when I was younger with my tattoos. People used to judge me as lesser than not only because I was a woman but because I had ink on my body (still surprised I wasn't thrown in the travelling circus alongside the wolfman lol). It was MY SELF EXPRESSION however, in that time in history, not a very accepted form of expression. Now in my later years I have to hear this crap again only in the opposite vein as to everyone with tattoos are not expressing themselves but just going with the crowd and fad of it all. OY!!!
Although I might agree that there have been a very few amount of people that have passed through my life that regretted getting the ink they did (usually in the younger crowd although not all young) it is still a form of self expression like all art. As well as the beard and moustache trend that is going around today. As much as I may not like the look of the newest trend, that is a personal opinion and is wisely kept to myself.
All that being said, I agree with @Pete post where you hire according to your personal business standards (tattoo and facial hair, or no). It is highly discriminate however that does not make it discriminatory against you as a person.
@foodpump has said, all people are judgemental, that is the human condition to which we live. How we express that judgement, that is on us as an individual (Leave the God's out of it!)
@AdamBower998 Chef De Partie will do nicely for the UK on your CV. List your accomplishments and duties alongside and that will do nicely for the next employer. Good luck mate!