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Tattoo Pictures

Tue, 15 May 2012 18:32:00 +0000

Would anyone seriously tattoos tell you how much time it takes to choose the right one. After all should be continued for life so that nothing can be rushed. Can take up to 20-30 hours to find the right tattoo design. But this is only the first step. Tattoo Pictures If you're serious and want to get something unique of its kind, which was not taken from the book, or copies of the image in the tattoo gallery. We should be talking about the tattoo that you and not be ripped off someone else. Not only that but a lot of artists will refuse to copy another artists work. And rightly so. While it can be done for copyright infringement to copy someone else's work in other ways to the same rules do not apply to what seems to tattoo art. It is still a form of plagiarism to take another persons artwork and reproduce it on your own. In any other form of this would lead to legal action. So just because there are no set precendent for copyright infringement does not mean it is cool to claim the work of another tattoo. So how do you come up with original tattoo designs? If you're like me you have looked at literally thousands of pictures and tattoo designs from a variety of different tattoo from all over the world. Or maybe you keep visiting the studio of your local tattoo and starting to look dirty to get the tattoo artist that you think you are stalking him because you go there at the end of each week and have yet to choose tattoo! Tattoo picturesThere many different styles to it, so you have to be very clear about what you want before you get to sign. It's a good idea ot visualize the type of tattoo you want before you even get it. You'll be able to see yourself with a tattoo before you get it. If a tribal tattoo on your arm imagine yourself walking in the street with a tattoo for all the world to see. Showing some of the following examples of different styles that you want. If so, it is the source of tribal tattoo pictures of this particular tattoo style. If the work of another artist do not take it to the nearest tattoo studio and asked to be copied and put to you. I tell the tattoo artist that you want to be a pattern and want to design tattoos for you. This is where the exercise scenario comes into play. Tattoo artists are the people are very visual and very talented to make a vague idea into a full on customized tattoo. Thinking about the bigger picture. Do not be tempted to choose some general tattoo flash off the wall because you can not make up your mind. Do not settle for anything less if you can not afford the tattoo you really want. Tattoos are organic and constantly changing and growing with you. Avoid painful mistakes.[...]



Body Art Around The World

Thu, 26 Apr 2012 18:37:00 +0000

Body adornment has always included body painting, tattooing, and other kinds of body art, this has been the case over the ages; but in recent times, body art has become more varied and endlessly creative. It now includes variations such as, Face Painting & Body Art, Gestational Painting (or Pregnant Belly Art), and Temporary Tattoos: Glitter, Henna & Body Illustration. It is now so popular that it is common practice for a body artist or a face painter to be invited to a social gathering like a party or a wedding, corporate events and promotions, so that the guests can take home a unique memento to remember the party by.Body art is that art which is made on, with, or consisting of, the human body. It also includes scarification, branding, scalpelling, shaping (for example tight-lacing of corsets), full body tattoo and body painting.Primitive and tribal societies have some marvellous (if painful looking) examples of body art, such as earlobe stretching among many African tribes, and many other kinds of piercings.Tattooing was a method of identification for old timers in India, when illiterate people would typically have their own name tattooed on a visible part of the body such at the back of the hand or the forearm.The significance of henna at wedding ceremonies in India is now well known, with one entire pre-wedding event dedicated to what is known as the 'mehndi ceremony'. All the females in the bride's entourage would typically gather to have henna artist make intricate, elaborate and beautiful henna patterns in the hands, arms and feet as part of the wedding celebraions.The World Body Painting Festival is held in Austria in the third week of July, which is the biggest festival of its kind. There are different categories of competitions, brush and sponge, airbrush, and special effects. A UV effects contest is also part of this festival. All models must be wearing underpants while painted, but female models can go topless if they want. It is a singular experience to be used as an artists' canvas, so many participants of the festival offer themselves as models without any charge.The Australian Body Art Carnivale is an event that celebrates the creative genius involved in body art and body painting and will be held this year over the coming weekend in September in Edmundi. "This "Festival of Colour" drawing together cutting-edge artists from around the globe, who will create masterpieces before your eyes using the human body as their inspiration - and canvas!Aside from the spectacular full body art and some serious face painting, the Carnivale will also include traditional Aboriginal body painting, pavement art, a wearable art competition and parade, photographic competitions and a visual art exhibition called "Art of the Body" as well as life drawing and sculpting workshops."Body art as a method of beatification has been around literally for millennia and will doubtless be around for centuries more; what form it will take; well that is your guess being as good as mine.[...]



Body Painting - 7 Tips For Cleaning Up Safely and Easily

Thu, 01 Mar 2012 15:06:00 +0000

If you are just getting started in body painting or face painting, one thing you may not have considered is how you are going to get all that paint off again!While your client may like being a zombie or a tiger at a party, they may not want to go to work looking like one. In any case, they will want to get cleaned up before going to bed or doing pretty much anything else, and you will be expected to know how to remove the paint you put on them safely and painlessly.Here are 7 quick tips for removing body paint from the skin, and also for staying clean and neat while you are working.1. Check your paints and packaging.Always use safe paints that have been made specifically for face painting and body painting. They should explicitly say that is what they are for. Read what they say, either on the label, or on the website, about how to clean them up. Some body paints are made to be cleaned with water; others may use a special kind of remover that you will have to buy. Be sure you are cleaning them off skin using the methods the packaging says to use.2. Use warm water, sponges, and cloths.If your body painting or face painting supplies say to use only water, or mild soap and water, then follow those instructions. Use warm water if possible to make cleanup nicer for your clients, and easier paint removal. Sponges (the same kind you use to apply body paints) and soft cloths are the best tools; you can use paper towels, but why not save the environment a bit and use something re-useable? And using the same types of sponges you use to put paint on will give you the best kinds of shapes for removing it as well.3. Use non-allergenic, natural, safe skin soaps.If you've chosen your face and body paints correctly, you have made sure they are meant for face painting and body painted and are almost guaranteed not to cause an allergic reaction. Be sure your clean up soaps follow the same standards. Natural bases like glycerin and castille are good; try to avoid perfumes, artificial colors, and chemicals. If it says 'natural' or 'hypo-allergenic' on the label, you may still want to check the ingredients, they may still include scents or high amounts of alcohol-stearates, which can cause sensitive skin to react.4. Be careful around the eyes.Watch cleaning around the eyes especially - of course ask your client to close their eyes, and go slowly. Some makeup suppliers (Mehron, for example) carry special cleaners especially made for cleaning around eyes; you may want to try one of those. You could also look at makeup suppliers for smaller tools meant for cleaning around eyes. The skin around the eyes (and of course the eye itself) is more sensitive than the rest of the skin, so what works on the rest of the skin may not equally well around the eyes.One good trick is to clean the other areas entirely first, and leave the eyes for very last - that way you will not be getting more paint near the eyes once they are clean, and will only have to clean them once. That way you can avoid repetitive cleaning (and irritation) of the eye area - as well as extra work on your part.5. Baby Wipes are great, but use the right ones.Baby wipes are great to have on hand, but remember they were formulated for wiping a very different area of the body than the face. This means they have probably not been tested for facial safety and irritation. I would recommend getting baby wipes that are 'natural,' but again, check the ingredients on the back. You want no fragrances if possible, and no dyes. Sometimes you can get them especially for 'sensitive skin,' again, read the labels. Then try them on your face to see how they work before using them on others.6. Protect clothing while painting - and washing up.Paints made for face painting and body painting should never stain the face, but the same can't be said for clothing. Even water based body paints can still stain clothing. Keep clothing away from the paint as it is being applied, of course - but you will want to watch it when you are cleaning up as well. Soaking [...]



Body Painting - A Look at the Top 6 Festivals in the World

Sat, 18 Feb 2012 20:53:00 +0000

Dragonmen, Alien Mermaids, Fantastic Fire Dancers, Barebacked Santas, and even a Painted Labrador Retriever; you can see all these and more at the fantastic body painting festivals now occurring annually around the world.There is a wide range of body painting festivals today. All include painted bodies, of course, and all include some kind of competitions; however there is a quite a range of skills and size among the different festivals, and some are more 'family friendly' than others.Here's a quick look at the top 6 body painting festivals, where they happen and what you can expect to find there:1. The World Body Painting FestivalThis festival includes some of the most stunning professional body painting to be seen in the world today. A 3 day program includes dance, music and fireworks displays, as well as many competitions. Many of the body paintings here should fall under the category of 'fine art' with some of the dancers body paintings simply defying belief. A very large event and certainly worth traveling for.Where: Seeboden, AustriaDuration: Three daysEvents Include: World Championships in 3 categories; night contest for UV effects, Special Effects awards; classes and workshops; BodyCircus (fantasy ball); music and dance performances; an international photo contest; and a huge fireworks show.Artistic Range: One of the very best, with stunning range of styles and surprising themes.Family Friendliness: Not clear, but it is in Europe, so not likely to ban under 18. However this body painting festival does not advertise itself as family friendly, as some others do.2. The Canadian Body Painting FestivalThis is another body painting festival that showcases simply stunning artists and finished work. The quality of the art here is similar to that seen at the World Body Painting Festival. The Festival is themed from year to year, with the recent theme being "It's A Jungle Out There." Also includes the Canadian Body Painting Championships.Where: Nanaimo, British ColumbiaDuration: Two daysEvents Include: Competitions in overall body painting, brush and sponge, and airbrush; includes the Canadian body painting ChampionshipsArtistic Range: Most stunning, and one of the best overall. Very life-like and fantastic double-take images.Family Friendliness: Not stated - would be worth making a call first.3. The International Body Painting FestivalThis festival takes place in Mainz, a city with over two thousand years of history. It is located on the river Rhine, has strong Celtic roots and may have been founded by the Romans as early as 13 BC. One can imagine that body painting has a long history here, if you remember the Celtic tradition of painting their bodies before going into battle. Once again, the artistic ability and range is stunning at this International festival.Where: Mainz, GermanyDuration: Weekend festivalEvents Include: Competitions include special effects and face paintingArtistic Range: Very stunning; high artistic skill.Family Friendliness: Not known but again, it's in Europe. I would call ahead.4. Welsh International Body Painting FestivalThis festival is a bit younger and less established than the top 3, although it has some impressive artwork considering that they are just getting started. Also the atmosphere is more 'fun' orinted, less 'high art' and family participation is strongly encouraged. A good festival to consider if you want to make it a family outing and see some amazing work in the process.Where: Wales (of course)Duration: Two daysEvents Include: Hands on demonstrations; horror specialists and flower specialistsArtistic Range: High, and impressive for a smaller sized event; not as subtle or creative as some of the othersFamily Friendliness: Very good; in fact they encourage families and camping, with an 'all ages' atmosphere and events designed for younger participants5. The UK Body Painting FestivalThis festival showcases some of the least impressive - although most amusing - body painting, although it should be said th[...]



Body Painting - 3 Steps to Find the Best Supplies

Mon, 06 Feb 2012 09:43:00 +0000

Ready to get started body painting, but don't know what to use, how to get started or where to find the right supplies? Here's the 3 steps to finding and using good body painting supplies.Step 1. Know what kind of body painting supplies you need:There are many kinds of paint out there, and most are not for body painting. If you use the wrong kinds of paint, you may end up with you (or whoever you paint) having a mild to severe allergic reaction to the paint.A mild reaction could be hives or a body rash. A severe reaction could be difficulty breathing. So don't take this lightly, and get the right paints to start with.The right kind of body paint is tested for use on human skin and safe to use for overall body painting. They say they are for body painting specifically. Personally I would not go for the 'cheap' good deals on body paint, but would get the best to start with. It's not much more money, and you may as well be safe.You will also want to get some good brushes and sponges for body painting. You don't need to invest in very expensive brushes, but I would suggest using natural fibers and not the very cheap kinds of craft brushes that will have the hairs falling out as you are using them. Also, cheap stiff brushes will be uncomfortable for the person you are body painting. So get some soft brushes, of 3 different sizes to start with:- 1 very small with a pointed tip for fine detail- 1 about a half inch wide- 1 'fan' brush for blendingYou will also want to get some sponges for body painting, in order to put light coats on and also for covering large areas quickly. You can find sponges in the same places you will find body paint. Which brings us to our next 'secret'...Step 2. Know where to find materials for body painting:There are two best suppliers for body paints and body painting that I have found.If you look either of these names up on the internet you will be able to find the right kind of body painting supplies. (You are not likely to find these locally unless you live in a city that happens to have a body painting store or craft store that carries body painting supplies).Snazaroo is marketed mostly for face painting, and in particular face painting for children. This is because Snazaroo fully complies with FDA and child safety guidelines. This are the only face paint that holds a "child toy safety rating." So if you are looking for the safest paint this would be a good choice.The other two face and body painting suppliers that have great reputations out there are Kryolan and Mehron.Kryolan mainly specializes in theatrical and professional body painting supplies, and Mehron is a pro makeup company that also specializes in body painting needs. You will find everything from paints to sponges to paint removal supplies at any of these suppliers, and the best way to find them is online.Step 3. Know what kind of supplies will best fit your needs:The main difference between these 3 face and body painting companies is that Snazaroo leans more toward kids and face painting supplies, While Kryolan and Mehron are marketed toward the adult, professional and theatre face and body painting crowd, and you will find a few more, higher grade options there.Think about what you want to use your face or body paints for. Are you mainly going to be painting kid's faces at a birthday party? Or are you hoping to go into business as a pro body painter for a dance company?If you're on a budget and want to just get started without investing too much, yet have good quality safe body paints, go with Snazaroo; if you're professional (or want more pro options) and are willing to spend a little more on your body painting, go with Kryolan or Mehron.So that's it - go take a look and see what supplies would work best for you!Bonus Tip: Get some baby wipes (natural ones, not the perfumed ones) to remove the paint quickly and easily.[...]



Body Painting Women

Sat, 21 Jan 2012 09:58:00 +0000

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Adult Body Painting - What's the Fuss About?

Fri, 13 Jan 2012 16:00:00 +0000

Did you ever want to be a cowboy? Maybe a rain forests? What about trading your skin in to become a seductive tigress ready to pounce on fresh meat? Well, whatever your adult fantasy may be, adult body painting may be the temporary and fun solution.Though this art form has been around for centuries, many people haven't tuned-in to this creative outlet. Some people claim that body painting is actually the oldest art form (Considering that people were painting their bodies pre-anno domini. Just think of early century Egyptians). And, with adult body painting companies and artist all around the globe, one would probably have little difficulty finding an artist close by.Adult body painting is an art that uniquely transforms your everyday skin into a beautiful picturesque scene or life form. How? Glad you asked. By using safe, FDA approved make-up, oils, and other various paints and applying it directly to your skin. Any part of your skin. Oh yes, that's right, any part. Body painting artists are extremely professional and willing to cover any part of your body that you so desire, from head to toe. Or, if you can't make your mind up on which body part to paint, you can have your entire body brushed with a plethora of colors that completely disguises the real you underneath. Unless, of course, you really are Smokey the Bear. Which can be done. By method of airbrushing, painting, and drawing, your body can soon be entirely transformed into your fantasy.Depending on the piece of art you choose, the process can take from a few minutes to a few hours. The Hanging Gardens weren't grown in fifteen minutes and either is the mastery of adult body painting when given the task of turning you into a fire-breathing dragon. Which can also be done.However, don't misunderstand. Not all body painting means having to get nude. In fact, any small portion of your skin can be painted into a beautiful piece. For instance, many people who want to see what a tattoo would look like on the arm, hand, foot, shoulder, neck, or elsewhere often choose to have their body painted first to make sure they will like it for the rest of their lives. Others just appreciate the art and have paintings done on parts of their body for display or to be kept private. Whatever the case may be, there really is not a limit to what a person can have painted on their body. A butterfly or the Sears Tower, or anything in between.Body painting typically will last for a couple of days and can easily be removed. Because body painting is not permanent, you have the option to become many things over the course of time. The only thing that should be holding you up from getting painted is choosing what you want to be next![...]



Animal Painting art

Sun, 01 Jan 2012 00:32:00 +0000

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new tattoo

Thu, 29 Dec 2011 08:46:00 +0000




Hand tattoo illuminati owl

Sun, 18 Dec 2011 06:16:00 +0000

This hand tattoo is very movie it's of an owl and he has a fly tattooed on his finger. the guy who has this hand tattoo is very disturbed but who cares to have a cool hand tattoo like this is very fun.


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Tiger tattoo on shoulders

Sun, 18 Dec 2011 06:05:00 +0000

I love animals and to have a tiger tattoo on you is something special tigers are great animals in the represent strength and wisdom this tattoo of this tiger is great.


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4 hot girl tattoos on chest and butt

Sun, 18 Dec 2011 04:58:00 +0000

I think girls with tattoos are very hot expescially when they're on their b*** or chest even when they have tattoos on the back it's cool women should more often get tattoos here we have some tattoos of women with tattoos on the arm lower ABS and butt.


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2 Random tattoos

Sat, 17 Dec 2011 14:10:00 +0000

If yo decide to get a deer tattooed on your chest you wont be the first one.


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Head Tattoo

Fri, 16 Dec 2011 05:59:00 +0000







Free Face Painting Ideas

Tue, 06 Dec 2011 19:44:00 +0000

Free Face Painting IdeasHere are some excellent free face painting ideas that will make you a smash hit at your next party or event!When face painting, don’t stop with the face, include body painting also. This is always a hit. Kids go crazy for body painting. This is great to do because it makes the kids feel like they are wearing a costume and they really have fun with the character that they have been painted as. Whether it be a king or a witch, this idea is a “no fail” when it comes to pleasing youngsters. And don’t worry about the time this may take. Just keep it simple, short, and sweet and it’s a snap!Another of the free face painting ideas is for you to try mixing and using makeup with your face painting. Taking some cosmetic makeup and combining it with face painting is an awesome idea. You can use blush to create rosy cheeks on a princess or eye liner pencil to create whiskers on a cat. Using makeup creatively and in combination with face painting can save you time and effort. Beginners may also find this easier than using paint on certain designs. Simply test out and experiment with different cosmetics to find what works best for you.An entirely new and incredible dimension to add to your face painting routine that has been tried and tested is the use of stick-on-jewels. What’s great about stick-on-jewels is that they are simple and incredibly effective. Kids love them and it escalates the look of any face painting from amateur to pro. They are also very simple to use. Just remove the paper backing and apply to the desired area. This is one of the best and most effective of the free face painting ideas.Try to use costumes with your face painting for an incredible combination that delights every time! Finding simple costumes is the key to this favorite of all the free face painting ideas. You don’t have to go all out and spend a lot of money. That’s not necessary at all.Some costume ideas: • A simple black cape for a vampire. • A paper crown for a king • Paper bunny ears for a rabbit • A paper or plastic tiara for a princess • Stripes painted on t-shirts to look like a zebra or tiger • Or an old sock or stocking stuffed with tissues, magazine pages, or newspaper to look like a tail for a monkey, lion, or tiger.And the last of the free face painting ideas is for you to use good old glitter! It’s simple, cheap, and incredibly easy. You can find glitter gel, glitter powders, and glitter dust that all work well (you just need to decide which one works best for you). Just as the stick-on-jewelry can improve the look of your face painting, glitter can make your painting look highly professional.There are endless free face painting ideas, you just need to be creative, use your imagination, and most importantly, have fun and enjoy your art![...]



Angelina Jolies Tattoos

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Kevin Durants tattoos on His Chest

Sun, 27 Nov 2011 18:04:00 +0000

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How To Get Started With Face Painting

Sat, 05 Nov 2011 16:22:00 +0000

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How to Choose a Lower Back Butterfly Tattoo

Wed, 02 Nov 2011 17:19:00 +0000

IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE?On a more advanced level, the butterfly is a symbolic creature. It demonstrates the circle of life because of the distinct processes of development it has to go through to turn into a butterfly. Therefore, it symbolizes the stages of life. Furthermore, if someone decides to have a butterfly tattooed on their skin, they are saying that they feel attractive and happy. A corollary of this is that the butterfly stage of the entity's life is quite short, which emphasizes how vital it is to enjoy every second of life.SYMBOLISING GROWTHBecause of the butterfly's developing existence, heaps of folks choose to have a butterfly tattoo to show their own personal growth. Perhaps they have commenced a new path in life; maybe they want to illustrate that they are stronger than they were before.The butterfly also signifies resilience. In spite of the beauty and soft nature of the butterfly, it is able to travel many thousands of kilometers to migrate and potentially affect the whole environment (also known as 'the butterfly effect'). By including a butterfly in your tattoo, you are emphasizing your own ability to cope with whatever life puts in your path.SYMBOLISING BEAUTYThere is no ignoring the beauty of the butterfly. It is poised in flight and its markings are beautiful. Therefore, it is judged by many as the height of beauty and grace; a truly symbol of femininity.MAKING YOUR CHOICEWhen it comes to making the decision of which lower back butterfly tattoo to be inked with, the options are infinite! This is a bit overwhelming, but bear in mind that your tattoo has to be the tattoo you adore.First of all, you will need to determine the proportions of the butterfly. Having a small butterfly would emphasize its grace, but having a larger butterfly will show its strength. It is completely your choice, but remember that you will be wearing this picture for life (or until you go through expensive and painful laser removal!).Then, it is a good idea to decide whether you want other images to accompany the butterfly. Many women decide to just include the image of the butterfly as they feel it is a clearer declaration of womanliness. Irrespective of this, you may want to consider including the butterfly with a chrysalis to emphasize the developmental characteristics of butterflies. Some folks have created detailed designs where the main butterfly is comprised of many little butterflies. In addition, you could accompany the butterfly with elements of its normal living environment; flowers, plants and sunshine are all perfect elements that are matched to a butterfly tattoo, and which also demonstrate the undulations and feminine nature of your lower back.The final choice you will be required to make is whether the tattoo should be colored. There are a couple of schools of thought on the use of color in tattoos. The first is of the opinion that colors detract from the simplistic elegance of a tattoo. The second is that colors increase the range and magnificence. It is really up to decide which you would prefer. Look at your design both with and without colors to make up your mind.BITING THE BULLET!As outlined above, butterflies give a wide choice of colors to choose from. However, if you would prefer to have colors which no identifiable type of butterfly is marked with, that is totally your choice and will go some way to ensuring your inking is as unique and personal as possible. Related with this issue is the decision of how obvious you want the tattoo to be. For lots of people, feint tattoos illustrate womanliness and delicacy. Make some [...]



Best Tattoos For Girls

Wed, 02 Nov 2011 17:17:00 +0000

Cute. Cute tattoos include everything from girly designs like flowers to feminine styles like butterfly tattoos. Cute tats are the most common design that girls get.
    Sexy. Sexy tattoos involve not just design, but also placement of the design. For instance a foot tattoo can be very sexy. Belly tattoos and low back tattoo designs have also been considered very sexy.
    Girl Power. Tattoos displaying strength of woman are some of the best tattoos for girls. Dragon tattoos for instance are very powerful and signify strength, while at the same time being very intricate and beautiful.
    Beautiful Designs. As mentioned, the dragon tattoo can be both beautiful and dangerous looking. Some very beautiful designs are also mural style designs. Flowers, vines, and vibrant coloring makes for very beautiful ink.
    Simple and Small. Some of the best tattoos for girls are small designs. Girls can get away with going very small for their tattoo, where as a small tattoo on a guy can look weak and silly. But a small design can ber very cute and sexy for girls.
    Old School Designs. Some old school tattoos can actually work great for girls. Especially old school pinup girl designs! Look at some of the ink that the Suicide Girls have for examples of old school designs that work well for women.
    Girlfriend Tattoos. Girls tend to put real meaning behind their ink. Many girlfriends will get together and choose the same or similiar tattoos to get as a symbol of strong and special friendship. Tiny star tattoos work great for this. Each girl will pick a colored star, then all the girls will get their girlfrineds tiny star tattooed on them!



Celebrities With Lower Back Tatto

Wed, 02 Nov 2011 17:15:00 +0000

I have always loved looking at those celebrities with really cool body art tattoos with David Beckham being my favorite among all of them. Not only because he looks really hunky and all but because I really like the way he chooses and values his tattoos. He is an English soccer player who currently plays in midfield for American Major League Soccer Club. He is the husband of the famous member of Spice Girls, Posh or Victoria Beckham now. This man has really lots of cool tattoo designs. He said that he realized he wanted a tattoo which will represent about the people in his life. Actually his tattoos are about his wife and sons. He got a full body portrait of Victoria on his left forearm, Roman number VII underside right arm, a crucifix scene on the upper back and a lower back tattoo that has the word BROOKLYN which is his son's name. I believe he did not just get them to look cool and all because every tat that he sports has a meaning and not just randomly chosen. I don't know if it has something to do with tattoos being a fashion statement nowadays but there are a lot of celebrities that we can see on fashion magazines and on TV that have lower back tattoos.

I believe you are very familiar with Buffy the Vampire Slayer, right? Well, I grew up watching every series and I admire this woman a lot. Sarah Michelle Gellar has a lot of female tattoo designs. What's so cool about her tattoos is she has chosen the cutest designs that made it not noticeable to the public. Hers is sexy, flirtatious yet modest. She has a scripted Chinese tattoo with blossoms on her ankle. The tattoo design is known as a sign for integrity. She also has images of Celtic symbols on her left hip and a heart pierced with a dagger on her ankle. Aside from these, she has two lower back tattoos which are dragonflies. They said, presumably, those dragonflies represent her relationship with Freddie Prinze Jr.

So just don't stick with getting a lower back tattoo or any tattoos because you simply love the design. It would be nice too if one tattoo represents something, right? I would really love if you get one done and brag about it not just because it's a cool tattoo design but because of its meaning and the reason why you got it too. So enjoy searching the internet for that tattoo that you would never ever want to be removed forever



Lower Back Tattoo Designs - Growing Popularity

Wed, 02 Nov 2011 17:12:00 +0000

Lower back tattoo designs are becoming the most popular among females. One reason is this location is one of the easiest to conceal if you work in an environment that frowns upon body art. The other is its appeal to the opposite sex.The back of the neck, shoulder and hip areas are also common places for women to get tattoos, but men readily admit that one of the most sensual places for a tattoo is the lower back region. Seeing a portion of a tattoo peeking out above the pant line has a certain mystique for the opposite sex. This is also true for women!Some of the most popular lower back tattoo designs are often shaped in such a manner as to resemble a dragon fly, with the main design situated at the center of the back and continuing to the left and right, with another portion moving down the spine. At a distance, some would say it resembles a certain part of female anatomy, and that is why it is so visually appealing to men.Another reason for their appeal is lower back tattoo designs actually enhance the natural curvature of the body, and can make a waist appear smaller while accentuating the hips and backside. Let's face it, if you've got it, flaunt it!Butterflies, flowers, angels, faeries, leaves and vines are some of the most popular designs. Tribal art is making its way into the scene as well, with symbols weaved into intricate scrolls and patterns.Winged creatures are also good candidates for the lower back, as they can be stretched across from hip to hip if desired. This is the flattest spot possible for an artist to work on, and the easiest. To some it is also the less painful area, but everyone is different when it comes to pain tolerance, so don't take my word for it.If you decide on lower back tattoo designs, take your time choosing. If one design is appealing to you now, ask yourself if it will be appealing ten years from now. Put some deep thought into why you want a certain design. Any tattoo should be a reflection of the person who wears it.Choose a design that will reflect you and your personality. Make sure it will be one you will enjoy forever, as it will be considered permanent. If you have to, work with your artist to come up with the perfect design. It may cost a little more, but having a totally customized design will ensure you are getting exactly what you want.Another aspect is color choice. Some colors will fade quicker than others and touch-ups will be needed, depending on how much sun your tattoo will see. Most females adore a good tan, so be prepared and make sure you use sunscreen.[...]



Beware of Chinese Symbol Tattoos!

Wed, 02 Nov 2011 17:07:00 +0000

Chinese Symbol Tattoos have become very popular. My eldest daughter of 29 has one and now my other daughter of 21 wants to get one as well. When I asked my eldest what her Chinese symbol tattoo meant, she told me that it represented "love". However, the question was asked in front of the owner of our convenience store who's Chinese and he looked at her and nodded "No". My daughter surprised... asked him what it meant. He replied "nothing" because it simply made no sense!This is when we started searching online, as to avoid my other daughter from making the same mistake. I was shocked to see how so many people had been ripped off with their so called "Chinese tattoos." More research led my daughters and I, to understand that chinese script tattoos are often full of mistakes because a) they weren't given enough research, and b) tattoo artists who are not Chinese usually have no idea what they are inking. Simply put... they purchased what they thought were authentic Chinese translations without checking the origins.As a translator for legal documents from English to French, I can tell you that translating a text from one language into another takes more than just the skill of translating words, one by one. Even translating a complete sentence is often in error. The reason is the following: Often the intention of the word and/or the sentence is totally changed. It is therefore crucial, when it comes to tattooing into another language, that the artist be fluent in both languages. Obviously, if you choose to have a Chinese Symbol Tattoo, you want Chinese people to be able to read it... don't you?The other problem was... there aren't many Chinese tattoo artists in North America. So Our search kept on... and we finally came across someone we could count on to give us the real authentic Chinese translations for Chinese tattoos, a Chinese girl tattoo artist from ShangHai, China. Through her, we were finally able to find my youngest daughter's choice of Chinese symbol tattoo without a flaw. The added bonus was she was able to correct the error in my eldest daughter's Chinese symbol tattoo by adding a stroke in a specific way.[...]



What Are Celebrity Tattoos?

Tue, 01 Nov 2011 06:27:00 +0000


The most famous people on the face of earth are the celebrities. They act as role-models for many people. Globally people love celebrities. A famous person can be a celebrity with a background in showbiz and music. There are thousands of actors and actresses with millions of fans around the world. Similarly in the music industry there are many bands and musicians who have millions of fans.

People around the world are inspired by celebrities and they consider them as their role-model and opt to live just like them. There are many celebrities in the showbiz and music industry who have body art or more precisely tattoos on their body. When people see their role-models with tattoos and fancy dresses they try to become like those celebrities. They want to get the same kind of tattoos to portray their love and inspiration for their favorite celebrities.

There are many celebrities who have tattoos on their bodies. Some have their whole body covered in tattoos while others have symbols and other drawings on their body. These symbols and drawings may carry some meaning to the celebrity or they just got these tattoos for fun and beauty. There are many online websites which offer the designs of celebrity tattoos. Also the designers of these tattoos are professionals and they can also create these tattoo but they are quite expensive. If you have the right design any professional can create those tattoos.

There are many websites which also provide the list of actors and actresses who have tattoos along with the designs. An example featuring Angelina Jolie who is a very famous actress has a dozen tattoos on her body each of which carries a special meaning to her. There are certain websites which have details along with pictures of these tattoos. Similarly many other artists have these kinds of body art and tattoos. One can always go for such kind of body art and tattooing to make their favorite celebrities happy and help them understand the true meaning of a fan.



Cherry Blossom Tattoos For Girls

Tue, 01 Nov 2011 06:24:00 +0000

Cherry blossoms are a unique design and is a favorite tattoo for girls. This is one of nature's stunning display of beauty that many girls have come to love. In the Asian cultures the cherry blossoms is a very popular tattoo style much like the star tattoos are in the western part of the world. Girls adore the beauty and sensual look of the cherry blossom tattoos, as they are just breath taking and beautiful.The design holds many significant and rich meanings. It is used as a symbol of love by the Chinese, this alone will entice girls to want to get a tattoo of the cherry blossom. Usually when it is tattooed the design depicts tree branches and sometimes the whole tree along with the flowers. Falling blossom petals are sometimes inked into the design which them alone have special meanings. Girls are also attracted to the design because of the brilliant shades of colors that the flowers have. They are commonly tattooed in a range of bright pink to a more faded pinkish color.By looking for cherry blossom tattoos for girls you will discovery the many meanings that it portrays. The pure beauty of this design has a deeper aspect to many individuals who cherish the symbolism it carries. Eastern cultures have used the flowers in many paintings throughout their history. Soon their bodies became a canvas for the beautiful designs in the form of tattoos. Women and girls were mainly tattooed with the design as it represents female beauty.The placement of these tattoos were usually etched onto their backs as a large design. But tattoos for girls can be as simple as just being one cherry blossom flower. Girls also like to have the design tattooed along the side ribcage as it accentuates the curves of the body. Placing the tattoo on the upper back shoulder is also a good area for the design. Overall you should choose a desirable spot for your design that you will feel comfortable with.To find ideas for tattoos for girls, you can look at art work of paintings which depicts the cherry blossom flowers. Community libraries have a lot of materials containing information about the flowers and the history of its origin. You can even find other pictures of cherry blossom tattoos for girls to get ideas from. But be creative and design your own tattoo, for yours can be just as beautiful as any others.In conclusion, if you are looking for tattoos for girls you are on the right path, this tattoo is an excellent choice to consider. Overall the tattoo is very meaningful and the design luster's details that reflects the beauty of the meanings itself. This is one of the best tattoo designs for girls.[...]