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The technology of applying tattoos on our bodies has also changed. It’s now safer and more convenient to place tattoos anywhere on the body. What’s more, if you can’t place a tattoo on your body, you can get it on a hoodie, t-shirt, or any other tattoo clothing you choose. Simply put, it’s not a must to have a tattoo on your skin, you can buy a garment with tattoo embroidery and still enjoy the tattoo culture.
Needles and sins
Needles and Sins is a product of Marisa Kakoulas. The blog is dedicated to exploring music, ink, graffiti, and other alternative cultures. Marisa researches and prepares top-notch content about different tattoo artists, tattoo conventions, latest news, and styles in the tattooing industry.
Th’ink is an affiliate of Things & Ink Magazine. It is a UK-based blog that publishes beautiful tattoo visuals and accompanies them with interviews and testimonials from people in the tattooing industry. Th’ink acts as an independent blog that takes an artistic approach when looking, expounding, and exploring the tattoo industry.
Tattoo Life is a tattoo blog founded by Miki Vialetto. He started by working as an editor of Tattoo Review, which was the first Italian publication, which focused solely on tattoos. Miki loved skin art even when he was traveling across the world using his motorcycle. During his travels, he met some of the best tattoo artists and personally sampled their work. This brought about long term friendship and respect.
Small tattoos are on the trend right now. They are cute, easy to hide, and almost painless when getting them compared to more prominent tattoos. However, as much as a tattoo is small, it comes with its risks. The people behind the Tiny Tattoo’s blog understand the risks behind getting small tattoos and thus have come up with a series of informative content on small tattoos.
Your body is a canvas
People rarely think about where to place a tattoo before getting one. As such most people end up with fabulous art on the wrong part of the body. Ideally, most Tattoos aren’t inked in the right place.
True artists is not only a blog but also an organization. They post articles about tattoo art, awards world top tattoo artists and certifies their shop as well. They are known to accept only the best tattoo artists and even provide a list of all the artists and studios they have certified as evidence of their work. The blog comes with a search tab where you can look up artists, studios, and any information regarding the tattooing industry.
Tattoo Now is one platform known for authenticity. They also are devoted to protecting artists’ work by restricting people from copying symbols from the site. The blog features professional tattoo artists such as Jeff Gogue, Liz Cook, and London Reese.
- There are various Tattoo types and trends available today but you need to careful before getting one, research and consult a professional before you get one.
- Tattoo and its influence over a person based on the type of tattoo which one likes.
- One of the best ways to come up with tattoo ideas is to look at a wide variety of images and compile a collection of those that speak to you.
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Q1. How do people come up with ideas for tattoos?
Answer- A great way to get tattoo ideas is to look at lots of different kinds of images, and start a collection of material that appeals to you. It doesn’t matter if it isn’t exactly what you want tattooed. You may only like a section of the picture or want to change the colors
Q2. How long keep tattoo covered?
Answer- You’ll need to keep your tattoo wrapped in cling film from one to three days. Depending on the size of your artwork this may be longer and your artist will let you know but a general rule of thumb is: Small line-work pieces – keep the cling film on for one to two days.
Q3. What should I avoid after tattoo?
- Don’t scrub your tattoo when washing it.
- Don’t submerge or keep your tattoo wet for a prolonged period of time.
- Don’t pick at any scabs that may form on your healing tattoo.
- Don’t put your tattoo in direct sunlight or go tanning for 2 to 3 weeks.