Monday, April 29, 2013

Tattoos For Men

When planning tattoos for men, the two most important decisions to make are choosing a design style, and choosing a location on the body to ink it. Some men prefer to start by choosing a design, and then think about the location later, while other men decide where they want a tattoo, and then search for suitable designs. Neither way is better than the other, and most men consider both the design and the body area simultaneously during the planning process.

 Tattoos For Men

 Tattoos For Men

 Tattoos For Men

 Tattoos For Men

 Tattoos For Men

 Tattoos For Men

 Tattoos For Men

 Tattoos For Men

 Tattoos For Men

 Tattoos For Men

 Tattoos For Men

There are a huge variety of design styles that make fantastic tattoos for men, and there really is something for everyone. Some of the most popular tattoos for men include Celtic, cross, dolphin, eagle, fish, heart, scorpion, star, tiger, tribal, and zodiac design styles. There are a wide variety of ink colours available, meaning that you can get your chosen design inked in whatever colours you want. It is important to remember however that some of the more traditional designs, such as Celtic and tribal designs, look best inked in black, so if you want a very colourful tattoo these designs are probably not for you.

Wrist Tattoos

Tattoos are more popular these days and more accepted, too, than they used to be. And the number of skilled tattoo artists who can work on you is also great. If you are not sure what kind of tattoo you would like to have, most tattoo parlors can show you books with many designs to choose from. In addition to the design, you also need to choose the part of your body that you would like to have your tattoo on. One particular part of your body is your wrist; it so happens that wrist tattoos are very popular.

Wrist Tattoos

Wrist Tattoos

Wrist Tattoos

Wrist Tattoos

Wrist Tattoos

Wrist Tattoos

Wrist Tattoos

Wrist Tattoos

Wrist Tattoos

Wrist Tattoos

If you do, however, wish to have a tattoo on your wrist, you need to take the following advice into consideration:

· More Pain: Getting a tattoo inked is going to involve some pain not matter what part of the body is involved. But it so happens that wrist tattoos are usually more painful than tattoos on any other part of the body. The reason for this is that the skin is thinner on your writs than anywhere else on your body. But on the positive side, tattoo on your wrists are small, so they don't take long to ink them in. So even if the pain is worse, you won't need to put up with it for long.

· Longer Healing Process: Unfortunately, it usually takes wrist tattoos to heal longer. The reason is that this part of your body is rather exposed, so it can take several weeks for a wrist tattoo to heal.

· May Need More Touch Up Work: Because wrists are rather exposed parts of your body, tattoos on your wrist may fade more quickly than on other parts of your body. This means that you may need to have them touched up than if they were on some less exposed part of the body.

· They Are Easy to Hide: Since wrist tattoos are easy to hide, this could be an advantage. A long-sleeve shirt will do the trick. Or even a watch or a bracelet can hide it. Depending on what kind of job you may be looking for, a wrist tattoo is a good option, provided you will remember to hide it.

· Cost is Reasonable: Since wrist tattoos tend to be small, they also cost less than those that go on other parts of your body. Larger and more colorful tattoos tend to cost more. Wrist tattoos are not only small, they usually don't use many colors. One or two is usually all they take.

Body Tattoos

Getting a Tattoo means the Artist has to pierce your skin. That will always involve pain. Irrespective of the size of the tattoo, or even or where it is positioned, you can expect to feel discomfort at the very least though body tattoos are generally less painful than other areas. We all have a different level of pain tolerance, women usually have a higher pain threshold than men, and that pain threshold will dictate how uncomfortable it is regardless of any other factors. The pain is more of a burning or tingling sensation rather than a prolonged discomfort like toothache. In areas which have less tissue, muscle or fat and which are bony, such as feet and wrists, the discomfort may rise to level of real pain. In fact some Tattoo Artists will not work on these areas for just that reason. Unless men have a particularly bony chest that isn't generally a problem. Backs, arms, legs and areas where there is plenty of muscle or a layer of fat will hardly have any discomfort at all.

Body Tattoos

Body Tattoos

Body Tattoos

Body Tattoos

Body Tattoos

Body Tattoos

Body Tattoos

Body Tattoos

Body Tattoos

Finally if it all gets too much and you need to take a break, say so - especially if it is a large tattoo. Your tattoo artist won't mind, they would rather you were comfortable as it makes their job easier. If you need to split it into more than one session , that won't be a problem for most Studios and the nature of a tattoo is such that it doesn't need to be finished all in one go. Body Tattoos are a permanent art form that you have chosen to express your personality - following a few practical steps will make sure it is a relatively pain free experience.