Some drawings of tattoos are amazing works of art, the only difference is that they are found on people rather than on canvas.
When one is considering getting a tattoo, it is important
that you think long range, a tattoo is a permanent work of art located on
your body. It's not like you can throw it in the trash or give it away when you
get tired of it. No way! So if you are thinking of getting a tattoo, make sure
that it is something you really want to have for a long time. Although it is sometimes
possible to remove a tattoo using laser surgery, there is a good possibility
that there will be scarring, as well as being quite painful.
You should put in a great deal of thought before getting a tattoo
and the ramifications that may follow. Sometimes a tattoo may interfere with
getting a desired job as some companies frown on visible tattoos on their
tattoo should be a piece of art work that amazes you with it's intricate
design, flawless appearance, or maybe represents who you are or see your self
as. For example, many people, (men and women) like to use their favorite
animals; like a cougar, a lynx, an eagle or some other animal that represents a
facet of yourself you want others to see. I've found that putting
someone's name on them is not always the best idea, especially if they break up
with that person you're stuck with a tattoo that bring painful
memories and you now think is yuk!
Maybe you like the geometric designs, sometimes referred to
as "tribal designs." These are quite popular among males, young and
old. Or perhaps a delicate flower on a woman's wrist or ankle. A tattoo
should be a piece of unique artwork that means something special to you.
Although most tattoo studios have a book of previous drawings of tattoos
they have done, and not as personal as something you can create yourself.
The other thing to keep in mind, is that just because your
art looks good on paper, does not mean it will look good on you. You should be
sure to look at the previous work that the tattoo studio has done and see if
you like the quality. You should also ask around to see how well previous
customers felt about the work and whether they had any problems.
Due to the fact that a tattoo is embedded under the skin,
there is always a danger of infection. Reputable tattoo studios have
regular health inspections and must follow standards of cleanliness in
order to continue operating. However, that's not to say there are those who
are being run illegally and you are better off not going there.
After you have decided on the perfect design to go with your skin and parts of your wardrobe, it is important to find out from tattoo artist about how to care for the tattooed area afterwards to prevent infection and damage to the tattoo.
Best of luck on your
new body art! Go and flaunt it down on the beach where you can show others' how good you look!
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