“A tattoo is the most intimate form of expression. It is a way to mark yourself, to express yourself, to create your own unique identity. People around you may not know it, but they can feel your energy, taste your smell, and feel your vibrations. In fact, they may even have gone out of their way to be in your corner when you’ve gone somewhere else. But there comes a time when it takes no longer to get a tattoo.
This post will break down 13 simple steps that you can follow to stop you taking up tattoos. Each of the steps will have a little bit of information, and a full, thorough description of the process. Each time you get a tattoo, you’ll be doing something that’s very unique to you and that will leave a mark on your body. Tattoos are always cool, always different, and always unique. Wear it, Don’t worry if you feel like more is needed.
In the beginning, I was concerned that this week might turn into one of my less informative posts, but I think it is perfectly fine. In fact, even though the content is shorter, it makes for a quicker read. Its the art of storytelling, you gotta have fun out of it. I also wanted to share with you some of my recent favorites. I have an art book that I am always looking to buy called Art Book by Alex Ross.
I’m giving you the perfect tool with which to create your best tattoo: an artist! Artists have been doing tattoos for hundreds of years. Whether you are doing your first or your millionth, the most memorable tattoo in their career, it all starts from an artful drawing or an oil painting.
I think this is an important issue that I havent mentioned in our last blog, the amount of misinformation about getting tattoos. The truth is that not all tattoos are bad, and it is good for the person to choose what suits them well. However, there are also the types of designs that are very dangerous in the context for you.
“The following guidelines are intended to be suggestive only, and there certainly isn’t any evidence to suggest they work”, say medical experts. According to the Center for Disease Control, tattoos cause the risk of cancer in more than half the participants they tested. This doesn’t mean the advice is right, however. Some of it is just plain wrong.