Chest tattoo woman no bra 2

Chest tattoo woman no bra 2

Chest tattoo woman no bra 2


Women's whole body tattoo. Not wearing underwear 3


Women's whole body tattoo. Not wearing underwear 3
Women's whole body tattoo. Not wearing underwear 3

Women's whole body tattoo. Not wearing underwear 2

Women's whole body tattoo. Not wearing underwear 2

Women's whole body tattoo. Not wearing underwear

Tattoo on arm women 1


Tattoo on arm women 1

Tattoo on arm women  all arm


Tattoo on arm women

Chest tattoo woman no bra

Chest tattoo woman no bra
Chest tattoo woman no bra


Chest tattoo woman no bra

Chest tattoo woman no bra
Chest tattoo woman no bra

Women's whole body tattoo. Not wearing underwear

Women's whole body tattoo. Not wearing underwear

Women's whole body tattoo. Not wearing underwear

tattoo tips and tricks5

Tattoo Tips and Tricks 5

Did you know of factors that impede the easier removal of tattoo? The removal of tattoo is not at all easy and possible in one session. Its complete removal, however, is difficult because of some factors. The age of tattoo is one of the factors. If a person has acquired the tattoo for almost three to five decades, the tendency to remove the colors or ink of the tattoo becomes a big challenge. The size of the tattoo and inks types and colors are also few of the factors that make the removal of tattoo a bit hard. A dermatologist can help resolve your worries about your tattoo and how it can be better removed. Your dermatologist can prescribe anesthesia if s/he found out that you need it. In addition, the dermatologist can inform you if all of your tattoos have the possibility to be removed. The process of removing the tattoo does not take an overnight process; rather the whole process reaches for about several months. The removal experience of tattoo is almost likened to getting a new tattoo because of almost similar pains. The removed tattoo become a wound part and must be scrupulously looked after and not be scrubbed or rubbed. Tattoo is supposedly designed for permanence but if you may still have it remove when you decide it only that the whole removal procedure is worse than the first time you had your body tattoo.

Daniel Les is a Tattoo Expert who specialize in designing exclusive body tattoo designs and market them

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Tattoo Tips and Tricks 4

Did you know that Body Piercing and Body Tattoo are not only a fashion? Why do many people choose to have body piercing and tattoos? Are they not threatened by the danger the pierces and tattoos can bring forth their health? Popularity of these body arts must not only be the stimulus that prompts many to try these body modifications as well. The royalty and the courage that body piercing and tattoos are associated with, also had influenced the Egyptian Pharaohs to pierce their navels as a rite of passage, the Roman soldiers show their manhood through pierced nipples, Mayas show their spiritual rituals through pierced tongues, Victorians pierced their nipples and or genitals and other people do other body markings for other rites aside from fashion purposes. Out of being a spiritual rite, a number of natives do avail any piercing and tattooing on their body parts. Because, these have been practiced for centuries, they are hard to be refuted in aspects that involve sanitation of the materials used. Either for the sake of fashion or rites, the persons who want to have body tattoos or piercing must be forewarned of the effects these would do unto their body instead of just blindly following the norms or the fashion of the contemporary times.

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Tattoo Tips and Tricks 3

Did you know of issues which you have to consider in having you piercings be removed? Are your pierced areas infected? If they are infected, then the removal of piercings seems impossible. The infection in this case, has its tendency to spread throughout the patients body. Whether you have acquired an infection or not from body piercing, you need to consult a health care professional for immediate treatment. The medical consultation must be done prior to the removal of the body piercing. To those who had nostril piercings, they have to be carefully guided of the probable health outcome when infection occurs because the pierced body part is prone to worse cases of infections. Removing a piercing may leave a permanent reminder of the piercing, a keloid. Closing a pierced nostril or eyebrow will likely result to a lifetime scar. Whenever you have first decided to have a part of your body be pierced, bear in mind if that part is safe to be pierced. Consider the potential infections and the consequences if you would think of removing it years after. These issues must be given to the patients as part of orientation about what they are entering into the life of a person with piercing. Body piercing is a choice but it must be a carefully thought and planned product of the freewill.

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Tattoo Tips and Tricks 2

Did you know why some people decide to remove their tattoos and piercing? There are individuals who during their lifetime, would come across to a lifes turning point and for some personally determined reasons would have new love interests, paradigm and fashion statement shift or the realization that a tattoo and piercing are not their edge points for better employment or job opportunities. In their lives, they come across to a realization that even without the body piercing and body tattoo, they can also become distinctly themselves unique, vibrant and with individualized identity. The teens during the puberty age must counter identity crises; otherwise they would carry the unsettled crises even during their later stages. When a person has bumped with the reality that body art isnt after all good to everyones eyes, s/he may still remove his tattoos and piercings in order to be better acceptable in the society. Nowadays, most of the human races or groups are no longer much linked to tattoos and piercings as their ceremonial rites, instead, these two become options of arts or interests. There are consequences however, if one would choose to remove his tattoos and piercing. The pains are bearable especially if the interested persons are strongly driven by his will to please his or her love interest, new affiliations and the likes.

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Tattoo Tips And Tricks 1

Did you know that you can possibly remove your tattoos and piercing manually? There are moments in a life of a person that he wanted to get a tattoo, and some time late in his life would want to remove the tattoo. Someone or something really in the life of a tattooed person might motivate him or her to get rid of the tattoos. Removing tattoos is possible. Though, there tattoo colors that are very difficult to eradicate. Black however, is the easiest to be removed. A person may persevere to get away with his tattoo manually but the process is similar to scraping the skin, which is harmful and can be infectious. Some scars are likely to be left during the removal of the tattooed skin. Aside from pain which one must endure during the removal of tattoo, the procedure is expensive. Deciding to remove either tattoos or piercings manually must be done wisely. Better yet, if you are not confident about the manual or self-removal of tattoos and piercing, look for better means of removing them that guarantee your safety. Some can heal their piercing in the long run, if no heavy jewelry is dangled in it. In other words, it was left without any jewels being put on which would enlarge the whole.

tattoos tips pain for you

Tattoos Tips Pain For You

Despite what you may have been told there is no sure way to determine the amount of pain that you may experience when getting a tattoo. If you go to a tattoo parlor in a relaxed state of mind there is a really good
 chance that getting a tattoo might not hurt as bad as you may have thought. However if you are very nervous when you arrive at the tattoo parlor it could very well be a painful experience.

When you get a tattoo it means that your skin will be pierced and that usually means some degree of pain. It doesn't matter if your tattoo is large or small, you will experience some level of pain while you are getting it. The amount of pain you feel while getting a tattoo really does depend on the level of your tolerence for pain. If you can handle a large amount of pain you more then likely will have a much easier time getting a tattoo then someone with little tolerence for pain.

When getting a tattoo, the needles of the tattoo gun will pierce your skin at a very fast rate and at different depths. Many say that the outline of a tattoo is the most painful part of the whole process. The black outline of a tattoo needs to be done rather deeply into the skin to make for certain that it is done correctly. The color and shading of your tattoo usually isn't that painful although it really does differ from person to person.

Usually the pain you feel while getting a tattoo can be compared to a slight burning sensation or a light scratching. If you choose to get a tattoo on a place that has little bone and tissue such as a wrist you may experience increased pain. Generally if you get a tattoo in an area that contains a good amount of tissue and muscle it will not be an incredibly painful experience.

While some amout of pain is to be expected while getting a tattoo, there are several ways to reduce that amount of pain you feel. The following are some great tips in reducing pain while getting a tattoo.

1.First of all you should never get a tattoo while drunk or on any type of drugs. They thin out your blood which can result in heavy bleeding.

tattoo tips beginners

Tattoo Tips Beginners

Basics for the Beginner Tattoo Artist

Many who enter in the field of tattooing do so because they have artistic talent and feel tattooing is the easiest way to turn that talent into a successful career. The problem with that line of thinking is that tattooing is like no other art form in existence. The canvases being used are inconsistent, the instruments specialized and the principles behind the mechanics of tattooing are different from drawing or painting. In other words, tattooing isn’t making sketches, working with watercolors or doodling. It’s serious business that requires serious practice.

Practice tattoo skins are the best way to gain proficiency and skill without the use of cadavers, which by all accounts are hard to come by. Practice tattoo skins do an effective job of simulating normal working conditions, though they don’t account for the movement that can be experienced when tattooing on areas with heavy underlying fat. It’s best to practice with the skins on both flat, convex (curved outward) and concave (curved inward) surfaces to get a feel for working at odd angles over a three dimensional area. Always check your depth as well, especially when working in this manner.

One mistake that beginners make all too often is thinking they have to fill every square millimeter with ink. In tattooing, less is often more. Before going crazy with your own designs, try some sparse designs created by other artists. Note how bare skin can be a better choice than adding another color in some instances.

Beginners often like to work with black tattoo ink, and try to do it all with lines. Unless you plan on only working in black and causing your customers unnecessary pain, it’s best to get comfortable with a full palate of colors and work on your fill-in and shading techniques with bigger tattoo needles.

Speaking of needles, you can’t offer your clients the best results possible with a substandard selection of needles. Be prepared by not only having multiple needles ready, but by having experience working with each kind

And finally, know your tattoo gun. Of course, work with it enough to be able to perform confidently, but also take a look at the inner workings of the gun. Find out which parts of your particular brand often fail and be ready with tattoo gun replacement parts. Better yet, have more than one gun on hand.

Dragon tattoos Gallery 2

Dragon tattoos Gallery 2
Dragon tattoos Gallery 2
Dragon tattoos Gallery 2
Dragon tattoos Gallery 2


Dragon tattoos Gallery 2



Dragon tattoos
Dragon tattoos come in many different shapes, styles and sizes, but they all have certain things in common. First of all, consider the dragon image – this is a mythological creature that is both fearsome and beautiful,

SteffMay2009 Fo MadamBari Opinions on Wedding Dresses and Tattoos

SteffMay2009 Fo MadamBari



100% don't cover them up Your FH is marrying you because he loves you No need to cover up a part of you just to get married! I was a tattooed bride, and we tried to work with them rather than cover them up We used purple as our color because it matched my arm, and we had the florist use the colors and style of my tattoos as inspiration in our flowers Photographers definitely seem to like tattoos, so you'll probably get a lot of pics of your back, but I thought ours came out pretty cool. Here's a few of our photos with my tattoos, so you can see that it won't ruin your photos, they may actually make them cooler!


Anyways, you get my point. Be yourself. Don't worry about what magazines say a bride should look like.

LinzZ To MadamBari Opinions on Wedding Dresses and Tattoos

LinzZ To MadamBari Opinions on Wedding Dresses and Tattoos






I agree with the others. Don't cover them up. Embrace them. Plenty of women with tatoos flaunt them on their big days and still look stunning, elegant, and like themselves. All of the women in the photos below look very beautiful and very bride-like. I think the key to your decision is whether or not you can show your tattoos in your wedding dress CONFIDENTLY. Show them off with the pride you have any other day.

RebeccaandScottFazzio to MadamBari Opinions on Wedding Dresses and Tattoos

RebeccaandScottFazzio to MadamBari







Your tattoos are a part of you and obviously a very significant part. By hiding them it seems to me like it's hiding a part of who you are. If you are not ashamed of the tattoos you have then why cover them up or try and find a style that covers them? I suppose the traditional bride look doesn't include tattoos but, honestly, are you a traditional bride? I don't mean that in a bad way either. I have a tattoo, granted it's on my foot, but I got a pair of shoes that will show off that tattoo. (I plan on having pictures of my and my bridesmaid's feet in our shoes as well as when the garter is pulled off. You've chosen tatto os that aren't easy to cover up so I see no point in covering them.It's a matter of personal preference. Do you want to hide your tatto os or not?

Opinions on Wedding Dresses and Tattoos

Opinions on Wedding Dresses and Tattoos

For MadamBari


So I've been having 'THE Dress' on my mind forever। I've always pictured myself in some sort of strapless number and even though the style of the dress has changed a multitude of times in my head with every dress I try on, the one constant is that I WANT A STRAPLESS।My issue is with my tattoos। I absolutely ADORE my tattoos to the ends of the earth. I designed them all my self (even though I'm not an artist, lol).But if I were to try to cover them all up, I'd end up dressing like an old-school quaker with a hood. Yes, a hood... (tiny music notes behind my right ear.)Is it appropriate to show large tattoos as a bride? I don't mind the small ones so much, but I have to fairly substantial matching black tattoos on each shoulder blade and one VERY LARGE tattoo that goes down almost the entire length of my spine and accross my shoulders. It's not really super intense... there's no color what-so-ever... it's all in black. And it's not thick... I don't know.Do you think this would be 'okay' to show... would it completely mess up my wedding photos? I don't want to cover them up with makeup because A) it will look crappy if it doesn't completely mask them and B) I don't want makeup all over my dress!So... should I still go with a strapless that I've always dreamed of or should I try to find a dress that I love that covers it?