Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Back Tattoo For Girls

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3 Tips on How to Pick a Tattoo

o pick a tattoo that is right for you, first you will need to figure out a theme. Something important to you; something with meaning. In the tattoo community, it is typically looked down on to just have some generic design. Although ideally you want something with value, surrounding the main part of a tattoo with designs is typically okay.

1. Temp it!
Names, symbols (such as zodiac signs), your military unit or martial arts designs are very common tattoos people get. If these types of tattoos seem like something you want, you will want to be completely sure that you won’t grow tired of it. Although tattoos can be removed, you want to pick a tattoo that you won’t have to laser off. Not only will it hurt like all hell, but you will have wasted your time and money.

A step that most people leave out, is temping a tattoo. Temping means that you put a temporary tattoo of your chosen design on your body in the location you want. Leaving it on for a few days and seeing yourself with it will let you know whether or not it’s something you truly do want. Henna, an herbal dye, is a wonderful way to temp a tattoo design, as it only lasts for a week or so.

2. Location!
Location is important when picking a tattoo. Some prefer to have it in more personal areas, while others like to show them off. While this is completely up to you, there are a few things about locations you may want to know. Lower back tattoos for women may cause difficulty during pregnancy. The epidural shot cannot be administered of there is ink in the spot it must be injected in. In the realm of design, generally it’s smart to have that tattoo fitted to the body part. If you are getting an arm piece, have the tattoo begin wider at the top and get smaller as it reaches down your arm.

3. Color it!
Your skin color also can help you determine which tattoo to pick. If your skin is dark, look for a thicker outline. Heavier shading. Darker colors like dark blue, red, or green will display a design better than light colors such as pinks, peach, and yellow will. Shy away from orange if you have a darker complexion.

Go Hawaiian With Hibiscus Tattoos

Hibiscus flower tattoos have exotic bloom and they look so alive and sophisticated. This flower, specifically the yellow color is the national flower of Hawaii so those who opt for this design have the island in their mind or at least have some connections to it; or they just love the beauty of the flower itself. Although it is commonly associated with Hawaiian culture, this flower actually grows in other parts of the world and color varies from red to pink, yellow, white or purple.

Hibiscus tattoos have interesting symbolism attached to them so it’s a design not only picked because of its aesthetic value. A gift of hibiscus might suggest “seize this opportunity”. This is in conjunction with its full bloom which can only last for just a short period everyday so it also symbolizes delicate beauty. Hibiscus when placed flirtatiously on the ears convey opposite messages – when placed on the left ear, it means that the girl is seeking a lover. When put behind her right ear, it means the girl has a lover. When placed on both ears, it means that the girl has a lover and seeking a lover at the same time.

Hibiscus tattoos look amazing when inked in full colors, most popular ones are red and pink. Being a flower that is, they are preferred by women on their lower back, foot, arms, and shoulder blade. They are also incorporated with other imagery that represent Hawaii, such as plumeria which is commonly seen as an add-on design for hibiscus as if to complete the whole Hawaiian flower theme. No matter what color or what body parts they are inked on, a tattoo of hibiscus design never fail to communicate a message of cheerful optimism and happiness.

How to Pick a Tattoo Design

As you walk around in public, it seems like everywhere you look, there is someone with a tattoo. People place them on their arms, legs, the small of the back, their feet and ankles. There are a myriad of designs and colors available to choose from. Should I get a basic tribal tattoo, black and white, fantasy, heck they are even doing portraits now! But which design should I go with? This is the hardest part of getting a tattoo, most people struggle with it. They search the internet for hours trying to find ideas, and or stop into multiple shops and thumb through graphics for hours. To get a tattoo that’s right for you, it needs to be meaningful to you. It’s better to choose something that is meaningful and not just an arbitrary design.

Getting a tattoo is something you’ll remember for the rest of your life. What you’ll remember is when you got it, the artist that gave it to you, and what you were going through in your life at that particular time. It’s kind of like a permanent timestamp, so choosing a design is very important. It could be your child’s name, your lover’s name(watch out, these change), a symbol of something which means a lot to you like a military unit. Some people choose insignia that are patriotic or have some kind of personal meaning in that regard. Look at different designs of things that you’ve collected or are interested in. Don’t just pick a design because someone else did or because it is the latest trend, trends change! You need to make sure you will not ever get tired of it! Remember, this is a permanent mark on your skin. The most popular tattoos appear to be roses, butterflies, oriental lettering, and fancy lettering. If you’re not ready for the permanency of a tattoo and want a “test run”, a temporary tattoo can be made with henna and will last about one month. A henna tattoo is herbal dye that is put on the exterior part of the skin that stains it.

Another thing to keep in mind is to be tasteful. Tattoos are permanent. You do not want to put something on your body that you will regret or be ashamed of in twenty years. The lettering of “Love to Party” with a picture of a drunken woman may fit your personality today but when you’re bouncing your grandchild on your knee you very well might hate it at that point. Once you have chosen your design you can print it out and find a tattoo studio near you. Many Internet sites have a rating system for the artists so you can check if other people were happy with their work that they had done.

A tattoo is there for life so you want to make sure you get a fulfilling result in the end that you will be happy with. People with darker complexions should seek out tattoos with higher contrast or thicker lines. Also a larger design with stronger shading will probably look better. In general darker colors like green, red, or blue will display the design better than light colors such as yellow, peach or pink. On dark skin orange will not show well at all.

Sometimes you’ll print a design, and take it to the tattoo artist only to find out it was not usable. Many times, as in the cases of portraits, it needs to be a larger design. Small designs that are detailed may look great… at first. Wait a few years as skin changes, as we age, and then watch out. Also the location of where you would like the tattoo is important. It should be placed based on what part of your body you would like to show. Also to be considered is how often you would like others to see it. You need to pick a design that will fit the part of your body you would like tattooed, an experienced tattoo artist should be able to guide you in this area.

Overall just take your time. Decide what you enjoy looking at and then find a great piece of art that moves you in some way. We are all creatures of emotion so find something that makes you happy, horny, mellow, or puts your mind in a certain train of thought. If there is someone you wish to honor or remember then go down that road. The worst thing to do is the old, get drunk and go get a tattoo kind of thing. Believe it or not this still happens! So if you want to enjoy that new body art for life follow these guidelines and do it right.

White Tattoos – What the Heck?

I will admit I was scratching my head at this one and I still don’t quit get it. But apparently there is a new tattoo fad among us that I didn’t know about. It seems that white ink tattoos have become some sort overnight success and most have. Popular celebrities like Lindsay Lohan and Kate Moss both have these interestingly new white tattoos. From what I have read, these white tattoos are applied with a regular tattoo gun but the ink that is used is thicker and of a higher quality than normal to stand out on the skin.

Reality TV star Jasmine Lennard, is the newest person to get hooked in this latest tend. she said,

“Everyone in LA is having the tattoos so I just had to have one. I saw Lindsay Lohan had one and it looked so pretty I asked her where she got it. She told me to go to the Shamrock. At first I was terrified to go because I thought it looked like a branding rather than a tattoo.”

“The tattoo was red after it was done but I love the design because it’s subtle and you don’t really see it unless you are looking for it, which is the charm of the whole thing.”

“Lots of stars have them. I was told Kate Moss has white ink hearts all up the side of her body.”

There are some downsides to these white tattoos though, for one you absolutely can not have them exposed to the sun. Secondly, they fade almost twice as fast as a regular tattoos and lastly it is advised not to get a white tattoo if you have very light colored skin because it will just end up looking like scar tissue and not a tattoo. I will admit to everyone I just don’t know about this new tattoo trend. I think it looks like you have literally branded yourself.

Get Inked With Body Art – Add a Twist to That Rose Tattoo

Tribal rose tattoos definitely add a little something to your typical rose. If this is something you have decided that you want, do some research for before actually getting it on your skin. It would be very helpful if you read up on what the rose symbolizes, where to put it and what design to choose exactly.

First, begin with the design. You can easily source out tribal rose tattoos in different tattoo galleries available over the net. There are a lot of websites that offer free designs you can download and show to the tattoo artist. This is a good idea but the problem is such designs are not very unique. Since they are free and anyone can easily access it, a lot of people probably have this design already.

Most individuals would really prefer something that is very unique or something that is truly them. If you are like this, it would probably better if you seek the help of a pay tattoo website. Here you can find tribal tattoo experts who can give you a custom made design. You may collaborate with him or her.

Share your ideas, what you are expecting and where you plan to put it if you have already decided. He or she can also give you ideas like what color you should use or simply give you the drawn image itself complete with color and the tribal patterns. If you find it hard to decide where to put it, you may also ask for his or her advice.

Aside from this, turning to pay tattoo websites may also lead you to a lot of tattoo experts who can suggest which tattoo parlors you should go to, what things to look for to ensure that the tattoo parlor is safe and what you should do to prepare for this. Tribal rose tattoos symbolize femininity, grace and gentleness. It can be used both for men and women.

As earlier mentioned, having tribal lines and patterns on it make it more interesting and intriguing. It adds a distinct artistic or creative touch to it that cannot match a normal rose tattoo. If being different, creative or artistic describes you personality, you should definitely consider getting tribal rose tattoos.

The colors hold meaning as well. Red is said to represent true love, pink shows grace and lavender for magic. On the contrary, white signifies innocence or purity, as black is for death. Orange can be for passion like flames and yellow for friendship. Lastly, a deep burgundy shade shows beauty. Of course these are just associated meanings. You can choose a color without having to attach a meaning to it.

Having an informed decision is the key to having a successful tattoo. Keep in mind that this image would be on your skin and that you would have to live with this design for a long while. Try to choose something classy and not something that you would regret after five years. It is really best that you choose something that reminds you of someone or something or represents you

Gregg Allman Tattoos

Gregg Allman has been a Rock and Roll God most of my life. He still sells out tours all all over the world. When he isn’t playing with the Allman Brothers Band, he fronts his own band, where he takes center stage and delivers what his fans want and expect. His style of blistery blues mixed with his soulful singing, never stops being appreciated. Artists like Tom Petty and Bruce Willis are long-time fans who love to jam with him.

Gregg Allman’s rise to fame occurred in the early1970’s. After losing his brother Duane in 1971 in a motorcycle accident, he went on to record his first solo album, ‘Laid Back’ on Capricorn Records. The album has long been considered a solid ‘classic.’ For a time in the late 70’s he was on the cover of ‘Rolling Stone’ and ‘People’ magazine while being married to Cher. They had a son and even recorded an album of duets called ‘Allman and Woman.’ Unfortunately they were divorced by the time the album was released so it floundered. Nevertheless, Gregg went on to bigger success with hit albums like “I’m No Angel’ and ‘Searching For Simplicity.’

 A five acre ranch in Savannah, Georgia is home when not touring. He enjoys the benefits of his artistry with plenty of royalty checks from his back catalog when the songs are used in films, television, and commercials.

When the opportunity to work with Gregg Allman came up I was extra excited. I knew he wouldn’t have much time with his busy schedule so we had to work fast! Eric Venturo was on hand to style and add this distinctive lighting to the photo session. After a few minutes of shooting, Gregg talked to me about what it’s like to live ‘the life.’

Genitals Tattoo

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Paris Tattoo Art Fest

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Mutya Buena Girl Tattoo Lovers

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Katie Gilbert Tattoo

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The emolicious siblings were spotted leaving a friend’s house today en route to Ren-Mar Studios in Hollywood.

And while Pete and Hillary aren’t spitting images of one another, they certainly share one very distinctive characteristic — their love of ink!

Billy Martin Tattoo

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Good Charlotte Tattoo

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Benji Madden

Benji Madden

Glenn Danzig Tattoo

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Fred Durst Tattoo

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Frank Carter Tattoo

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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Fresco diseño del tatuaje - Estilos de letras para los tatuajes de texto

Fresco diseño del tatuajeFresco diseño del tatuajeEl arte del tatuaje en el tiempo de hoy definen la actitud de un amante del tatuaje. Ahora gana popularidad como una forma de expresar sus pensamientos, creencias, sus actitudes hacia la vida, los ideales, o el nombre de alguien muy cercano a su corazón. A pesar de las diversas tendencias, el más famoso y en los diseños de la demanda consiste en gran parte del texto escrito. Más a menudo es un nombre, fecha o la escritura. Hay numerosos-Cool diseño del tatuaje-letras Estilos de texto Tatuajes que usted puede elegir. El tatuaje derecho de las letras de la fuente depende de su preferencia y la longitud de la palabra. Esto hace que el diseño de la carrocería tan única como la persona que lo posee.

Hay algunas consideraciones a tomar para su diseño del tatuaje-Cool-letras Estilos de texto Tatuajes, éste salga limpio y justo de la forma que desee. No asuma que porque las letras es tan común, debe ser fácil para cualquier artista del tatuaje que hacerlo. Hay artistas que se destacan más en las letras que los otros.

Fresco diseño del tatuajeUna vez que haya decidido la redacción adecuada para su - Cool diseño del tatuaje, estilos de letras para el texto Tatuajes es la siguiente decisión más importante que hacer. Hay muchas letras del tatuaje estilos y diseños que están disponibles. La elección de un perfecto para usted puede ser un trabajo tedioso. Hay más común y quizás el estilo más popular de los tatuajes de letras, la escritura (o la escritura cursiva) y las letras en el bloque dos. En consecuencia, las letras del tatuaje celta, las letras del tatuaje japonés y las letras del tatuaje tribal son opciones populares. El tatuaje chino letras de estilo es también muy popular. Debido a la belleza de sus letras que están disponibles en una variedad de fuentes y tamaños, y también el significado de las palabras.

Hay un dicho "una imagen vale más que mil palabras". Sin embargo, basta una palabra para describir todo. Tenga en cuenta que el tatuaje es un diseño de cuerpo permanente. No elegir el texto del tatuaje derecho no importa cuán grande es el diseño puede arruinar todo el efecto. Su estilo de fuente del tatuaje debe ser clara. Siempre es mejor considerar el consejo de su artista.

Es de suma importancia para prestar mucha atención a las habilidades y la experiencia de su artista tatuajes. letras del tatuaje es un procedimiento muy complejo, por lo que requiere tatuador profesional o experto. Tomar medidas adicionales para comprobar la experiencia de su artista. Un hábil artista no deja de lado varios detalles sobre todo el espacio entre dos letras. Puede parecer muy trivial, pero se habla largo y tendido sobre el talento y la experiencia del artista.
En la actualidad reciente y tal vez la excelente forma de las letras del tatuaje que se está utilizando son los ambigramas .. Un ambigramas es una palabra que está escrita de tal manera para que pueda ser leído desde cualquier dirección. Esto es nuevo, pero está ganando popularidad y considerada como la última moda en la industria del tatuaje.Fresco diseño del tatuaje
Fresco diseño del tatuaje
Fresco diseño del tatuaje
Fresco diseño del tatuaje

Monday, December 27, 2010

Evan Seinfeld Tattoo

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D'angelo Tattoo

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Crazy Town Tattoo

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Buckcherry Tattoo

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Billie Joe Armstrong Tattoo

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Benji Madden Tattoo

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