Feeds:
Posts
Comments

On a woman’s body there are a few places that can be thought of as sensual.  Although this varies from culture to culture, many consider the most sensitive areas to be the nape of the neck and the infamous lower back.  With that being said, it’s really not hard to see why lower back tattoos have become so popular over the years.

Although women have several areas for tattoos, the lower back is one of the most erotic and sensual areas women can get tattooed.  Lower back tattoos are easy to cover up as well, which is great for those who aren’t allowed to have tattoos at work.  Unlike other areas of the body, the lower back is completely covered up by a shirt.  With the lower back – you only show the tattoo off when you want.

The ease to show or hide lower back tattoos has helped to increase popularity, as well as the desire, or sensuality.  When a woman tells someone, especially a man, that she has a lower back tattoo – the mind often wonders.  Lower back tattoos create a sensual and tantalizing appeal.  Normally, these tattoos are done around the waist line.  While part of it may be hidden by a women’s birthday suit – there may very well be a part of it showing as well.  For lovers, a lower back tattoo can be very sensual and sexual, a secret that is shared only between the two.

The various designs and shape of the tattoo will often times enhance both the look and the appeal of the entire lower back area.  The design of the tattoo is normally a small and shallow curvature that enables it to fit perfectly to the curves of the female back and natural curves of her hips.  The lower back tattoo helps to accentuate an already breathtaking part of the female anatomy and enhance an area that is well known for its sensuality.

Popular designs for lower back tattoos include flowers, vines, and stars.  Winged creature designs work good as well, as the wings of the monster can stretch his wings across the entire lower back region.  Angels, dragonflies, and birds also seem to work quite well.  You can add natural designs to the creatures as well, including plants and flowers.  The lower back is a great area for tattoos – giving you unlimited possibility to use your imagination.

Although there are a lot of options and designs available, you should always choose one that you can enjoy for the rest of your life.  You should always give thought to a design, and not pick something just because it’s appealing at the time.  Instead, you should look into the thought and meaning of the tattoo and decide if it’s something you can see yourself with for the rest of your life.  The meaning behind a tattoo is important, both now and later on in life.  When you look at designs, you should always pick the one that literally calls out to you.

Before you decide to get a lower back tattoo, you should always look at several designs first, and then decide the best one for you.  If you can’t find a design that you like, you can always have a professional tattoo artist design one for you.  This way, you can have a tattoo design based on what you want.  Although a custom design may cost a bit more money – it’s truly worth it if you want a unique and creative design that enhances the look of your lower back.

Making sure you get the very best tattoo done can be a daunting task for anyone. But this will especially be the case if you are looking for your first piece. We all know that getting a tattoo is something of an investment for the future, therefore you will need to make sure you do everything exactly right in the first place.

Let’s go through a number of tips together, which are all aimed at helping you to guarantee that your next tattoo is one that you will treasure for many years to come.

1. Identifying Your True Interests in Life

This may sound a bit strange, but believe it or not, this is going to prove to be a very important consideration when it comes to knowing what style of tattoo you are most interested in. Think long and hard about the things in life that are of the most importance to you.

As we are all unique, you are not necessarily going to be interested in exactly the same things as other friends or family members. Also, you may have several different interests in life and could be torn between what influences who you are the most.

There is nothing preventing you from going for a tattoo design that incorporates a culmination of all of your interests in life. In fact, this is likely to make your ultimate tattoo piece a real talking point and it will be one that will have a huge amount of meaning for you.

2. Deciding on Your Tattoo Design

Once you have identified the types of things that are to be included in the tattoo design, it is time to search through as many galleries as you have time for to make sure you find the very best design for you. If your idea is a bit extreme, you should still try to seek out a basic background design.

Once you have established the design that is most suited to you, decide whether or not it already ticks all of the right boxes for you, or if you feel that some alterations or additions are required.

3. Finding the Best Tattoo Artist

Do not just trust any old tattoo artist to craft your piece, you need to take a bit of time to find an artist that will display all of the following:

  • Hygienic working environment
  • The artist has a portfolio of previous work they have done
  • The artist is amenable to negotiations on your piece and does not try to steer you towards the more basic design
  • You feel comfortable with this artist
  • You have had word of mouth recommendations from other people who have used their service.

A good and talented tattoo artist will not think twice about moulding the specific design of your piece, in line with your wishes. It is when an artist lacks skill and confidence that they will try to get you to go for something more basic.

4. Do Not Be Led By Pricing Alone

This is a very important point as the lowest priced tattoo artists will not usually do the best job for you. This is one time when you need to stop worrying about the cost of a product; after all, you are investing in a product that will last a life time, therefore you need to make sure you are choosing the very best.

Far too many people worry about getting the lowest cost for their work and forget that a tattoo is a huge investment. With tattooing in general, you tend to find that the more expensive artists are charging a higher rate for a very good reason.

5. Aftercare For Your Tattoo

Again, for a life long tattoo that you can feel truly proud of; you need to make sure you look after the new tattoo very well. This means that even though you may be very proud of yourself for having had the work done in the very first place, you still need to follow some basic guidelines.

Keep the dressing on for at least one to two hours after the tattooing session. If the artist has not applied the dressing, do not be afraid to request one. This helps the skin to heal over and means that you will have a much better chance of sealing the ink in.

Once the tattoo has had a scab form over it, never be tempted to pick away at this. Allow this to fall off naturally over a couple of weeks and take note of the fact that some colors of ink tend to fall off more quickly than others. This may sound a bit strange, but trust me, it’s true.

Tattoo Picture Gallery

Tattoo body is just awsome

Well whe you have a tattoo idea then you’ll need to start. so here it’s:

How To Outline A Tattoo

Spider skull tatto

If you like spiders then this tattoo is made for you.

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.