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Tattoo Removal Jacksonville | Laser Tattoo Removal08.11.18

Tattoos dont have to be forever. Fed up with bad ink? Its time to clear your skin for good with state-of-the-art laser technology.

LSS Jacksonville is one of the only clinics in the area to offer a comprehensivespectrum of tattoo removal lasers. We hold our tools to the highest standards, and dont offer anything less than the best to our patients. Dr. Lezaic has over 14 years of tattoo removal experience, treating over 10,000 tattoos with her laser arsenal, and shes ready to tackle yours.In addition to extensive experience with Cynosures PicoSure, we are excited to announce that we are the first practice in Florida to offer the Cutera EnlightenTM, making your tattoo removal evenmore effective than previously thought possible.

No matter your tattoo size, tattoo color, skin type, or ink type, we will find the ideal lasersolution, personalized to your needs. Dont hesitate to schedule a complimentary consultation so that we can provide a tattoo removal estimate. Clear skin ahead!

We are the first clinic in Florida to offer both of thepicosecond lasers available today. We would love to tell you more about ourremarkable lasers just click eachlasersnamefor details.

The FDA-cleared DeScribe PFD Patch, which represents the most significant advance in tattoo removal since the Q-switched laser, is now available in our office. In a recent clinical trial, patients reported not only less discomfort, but faster healing post-treatment with the DeScribe Patch. In the same study, 100% of subjects given the option of completing treatment with or without the Patch chose the Patch.

The DeScribe Patch is integrated into current laser tattoo removal regimens by simply placing the Patch over the tattoo being removed. The Patch is made up of a dual-layer silicone sheet infused with PFD a completely inert, harmless liquid that allows the tattoo to be treated with the laser several times in a single treatment session. The PFD reduces the scattering of light to help break up ink particles deep within the skin tissue; while the silicone layer of the Patch helps draw away heat from the top layer of skin, resulting in a more comfortable treatment session.

We are one of the first practices in the area to carry the DeScribe Patch, so if you are considering laser tattoo removal call us today to come in for a consultation. Click here to read our DeScribe Patch FAQ.

No two tattoos are the same. Tattoo artists use different types of ink, and different amounts. Depending on the type of tattoo you possess, you will need more or fewer laser treatments to see it fade. A few of the most common tattoo types, as well as the number of sessions you can expect, include:

LSS Jacksonvilles teamwants to ensure that you are aware of potential costs, and we do everything possible to give you accurate estimates. We care about building lasting, caring relationships with our patients, and that starts with open conversations about treatment expectations. That said, we cant make a concrete estimate prior to evaluating your tattoo ourselves. Well tell you the fees for the tattoo removal process during your free consultation.

If youre curious about the process, know that there are multiple factors that determine tattoo removal cost, including the color of the inks, number of colors, type of ink, and the depth of the ink. Professional tattoos are more difficult to remove, as they contain more ink at a deeper level in the skin. Amateur or cosmetic tattoos will be simpler to remove, with fewer sessions and a lower overall cost. Standard cost-determining factors include:

If youve been considering tattoo removal, we highly recommend scheduling a consultation. There are no fees or obligations attached, and well give you a better idea of what to expect from the process (in terms of pricing, length, expectations, and more). While were happy to talk treatment over the phone, we wont be able to offer a precise estimate until we can evaluate your tattoo ourselves. Yourfree consultation wont require anything on your part simply that you visit our clinic.

Dr. Lezaics talents, the PicoSures exciting potential, and our comforting clinic environment will make your tattoo removal completely fulfilling. Oursuperior technology sets LSS Jacksonville apart. Ready to experience treatment for yourself? Get in touchby filling out the form below.

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Tattoo Removal with Laser Plastic Surgery Mobile Alabama …08.09.18

Laser tattoo removal with ALMA lasers at The Martin Center in Mobile, AL can effectively diminish and possibly remove tattoos. The laser breaks up the ink and your bodys normal healing process will remove the ink particles.*

Tattoos are created by injecting colored pigment into small deep holes made in the skin. Regardless of whether a tattoo artist or an untrained individual injects the pigment, the marks or designs are relatively permanent. When people subsequently want their tattoos removed, one of the best methods is laser treatment. During treatment, pulses of light from the laser are directed onto the tattoo, breaking up the tattoo pigment. Over the next several weeks the bodys macrophages remove the treated pigmented areas.Patients should expect to come back for several treatments to achieve expected results.*

Laser tattoo removal is a procedure that uses a powerful laser that reacts with the ink of a tattoo to break it down into tiny particles. The laser directly targets the tattoo pigment and leaves the surrounding skin virtually untouched. Tattoo ink and natural pigmentation like melanin absorb short pulse duration/high peak energy so quickly that they create a photo-acoustic effect within the pigment clusters. This effect breaks down the ink into much smaller particles that can be more easily removed by the bodys natural filtering system.*

The risks of laser tattoo removal are very minimal. The largest risk is infection, but when post-treatment instructions are followed, infection can usually be prevented.*

A laser tattoo removal treatment can last anywhere from a few minutes to an hour or two depending on the size of the tattoo and the colors involved. A lot of patients describe the pain from the laser as feeling like a hundred rubber bands striking the skin at the same time. To help alleviate some of this pain, you may have a cold compress, ice or cold air applied to the treatment area prior to the procedure.*

Most patients can resume their daily activities immediately following a laser tattoo removal treatment. You will need to avoid exposing the treated area to the sun and strenuous physical activities that may affect the treated area.*

Contact us for an appointment at 251-344-7474.The Martin Center, Mobile, Alabama

*All videos, photographs, and testimonials present possible results. There is no guarantee that your results would be the same, as individual results will vary.

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Best Tattoo Artists in Philadelphia, PA | Top 25 Shops …08.09.18

Most Popular Tattoo Styles

American Traditional, Biomechanical, Celtic, Cover Up, Japanese, New School, Photo Realism, Polynesian, Portrait, Watercolor, Script, Floral, Geometric, Black & Grey, 3D, Black & White, Tribal, Animal, Mandala, White Ink, Sacred Geometry, Trash Polka, Vegan

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Philadelphia is located in southeastern Pennsylvania and is sitting at the convergence of the Schuylkill and Delaware rivers. It covers an area of 135 square miles and the population in 2000 was over 1,500,000. Some have described Philadelphia as both the sickly and overage spinster of all American cities and the elegant, but rather jaded, great lady. To look at Philadelphia in a more realistic light, it is a vigorous and very modern city.

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20 Small Tattoos With Big Meanings – The Odyssey Online08.08.18

A week ago, I got my very first cartilage piercing a double helix. I’ve wanted a cartilage piercing since forever, so the prospect of finally getting it made me feel so giddy that I couldn’t help but grin from ear to ear when the piercer finally put the gun to my ear (and if you feel weirded out just by reading that, imagine how the piercer must have felt watching close-up).

Prior to the commitment, I had done a ton of research about cartilage piercings, but nothing quite prepared me for what an adjustment the first week would be.

Everyone’s level of pain tolerance is different, but for me, on a scale of one to 10, a double helix piercing is a three so like a hard pinch. My ear was pierced at Claire’s with a piercing gun. Of course, like other people who’ve researched piercings, I was worried that the gun would shatter my ear because of posts like these and pictures like this (viewer direction advised). So while I still think a needle piercing would be the better option for cartilage piercings, that option was not available for me. Thankfully, the piercer at my local Claire’s is experienced and has a few of her own, which helped ease my nerves.

If you would like to get a needle cartilage piercing, contact your local tattoo shops and ask if they have it. However, be warned, tattoo shop piercings can be on the pricier end. At Claire’s alone, the cheapest stud is $18.99, and since I had two holes pierced, the price racked up to $37.98 and this is all before taxes. Luckily, there happened to be a sale that day which helped nudge the total cost down a bit.

I wasn’t allowed to wash my ear for the first 48 hours unless it was with the given sterile saline solution. My usual cleaning routine is: loosen earrings, wet cotton ball with the solution, gently wipe and clean, then twist earrings and slightly tighten at the end and repeat, three times a day.

Everything seemed to be going well until two days later when my ear reacted by turning red sending prickles of pain up my cartilage. I suspected an infection, but then my friend advised me to soak my ears with the solution using a puffy cotton ball. This trick somehow worked to bring down swelling entirely and eliminate the pain in the following hours. As it turned out, I hadn’t been thorough enough in my routine. The solution is not just meant to help wipe the piercing clean but to soak into the ear holes.

I’ve gotten used to the new routine but sleep, on the other hand…

The first day wasn’t so bad besides the expected redness, but the first night was when the real struggle began. I couldn’t sleep on my left side without squishing my ear, so I propped another pillow next to the left side of my head so that, if I did turn in the middle of the night, it would stop me from landing on my ear.

I woke up was an hour later in pain because I had shoved the pillow aside in my sleep and landed splat on my pierced ear. So for the second try, I propped a bunched up T-shirt under my head and a small pillow on my left, so that if I do turn left while asleep, the side of my head will just barely rest against the small pillow on the side.

I still haven’t adjusted to it yet, but it’s a much better alternative than if both my ears were pierced. Then I’d have to sleep dead straight like a mummy.

Because your ear is still getting used to the foreign object lodged through it, it’s bound to get a bit itchy mainly by the fourth day. But remember, do not touch your ear, and do not play with your earrings. A cartilage piercing is not only much more likely to get infected, but if it does become infected, you’ll need very strong antibiotics which may not even take effect in time. Worse case scenario, your cartilage will literally die and be surgically removed. This is why cartilage piercings should be reserved for adults or mature young adults not kids. Most places like Claire’s have a legal guardian sign for everyone under 18 and restrict cartilage piercings to ages 12 and up, since kids are more likely to give into the urge to scratch and pull their ears.

At the end of the day, as long as you’re gentle and clean with your piercings, your ear will heal in three to six months. However, just because it looks healed from the outside doesn’t mean it’s fully healed on the inside, so continue to maintain your original stud piercings until the end of the six-month period. Then, you can swap your studs out for hoops and other jewelry.

Until then, this means keeping your hair to the side opposite of the piercing or tying it up. It also means no more casually running your hands through your long hair lest you want to risk getting it caught in the stud and yanking your ear. Also, put on your shirts slowly and hoodies even slower. As for caps and hats? You might just have to go without them for a month or so because even the slight pressure of a skullcap can irritate your ear.

So to everyone hoping to get their cartilage pierced, my advice is to get it done in the spring or summer so you don’t have to face the cold weather with your ears bared. In the meantime, you can sport some gorgeous ear cuffs like this one. And when you do get your ears pierced, smile wide cause you’ve earned it!

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Tattooing The Final Step in the Long & Winding Road of …08.02.18

This past October I completed my breast reconstruction. Things are now finished on that front (pun intended). Overall things turned out alright. Am I thrilled with the results? Hmm no, not thrilled.Implants are still stand-ins for the real deal. Am I satisfied? For now, yes.

I could choose to havea fewfurther minor adjustments made, butfor now, I choose not to.I will need MRIs every two years or so to monitor things, but for now things are good enough. Sometimes good enough is just that, good enough.

Im ready to be done.

Ive had enough poking and prodding, enough surgeries, enough soreness, enough unveilings, enough disruptions, enough healing, enough fine-tuning. Ive had enough, enough ENOUGH!

You get the idea

In some ways the final steps on this long and winding road of breast reconstructionhave been the most difficult to undergo and the most difficult to share about as well. Bringing Up Goliath isblogging about it too this week and that helps somehow. Being Sarahhas also shared intimate details about her recent nipple surgery.

Its odd that its so uncomfortable to say out loud, discussor even type words like nipples, areola and tattooing.

Why do these little words make us so squeamish?

Its taken me a while to figure out how to tackle this particular post. What angle should I take? How much is too much to share? Or should I even share about this final step at all? It is very personal. But its also part of the process and therefore, in my view, should be discussed.

And since Ive been pretty open about the rest of the process, why start holding back now?

First of all, I should explain the purpose of tattooing in the breast reconstructionrealm, is to create an areola, the darkened area around the nipple. Unless you have a nipple-sparing mastectomy, you lose the nipple and areola along with your breasts. The nipple-sparing surgery wasnt an option for me.

Ive come a long way since that day eighteen months ago when I first stood chest to face with my plastic surgeon. After that consultation, the next most bizarre thing about that day was being escorted by his nurse into a special room for my photo shoot. It was, of course, for the purpose of recording the before half of my before and after shots.

Talk about feeling uncomfortable, but on to todays topic

I never had a tattoo before. On my list of things to do before I die, getting a tattoo was probably near the bottom. But cancer steered me into many new unexpected and unwanted territories. This was just one more to navigate.

Naturally, my regular plastic surgeon (it feels odd to have a regular plastic surgeon) was not yet certified to do tattooing, so voila, this meant I needed to see yet another plastic surgeon. Oh the fun never ends! I did mention to him he definitely needed to step it up and get this training, pronto, in order to spare his future patients more anguish. Luckily, we can be pretty open and honest with one another and he didnt seem to mind me saying that!

I didnt have to search too long or too hard for plastic surgeon number two because plastic surgeon number one recommended a colleague of his. But still, it meant more appointments, more explaining, more rehashing more uncomfortableness, just MORE

Before I was allowed to even schedule a tattooing appointment, the procedure first had to be authorized by my insurance company. That took a while; weeks in fact. There seemed to be a fair amount of confusion as to what this tattooing was for. I was asked if tattooing was normally part of breast reconstruction.

Seriously? How could a huge insurance company be so out of the loop? How could this not be a logical next/final step?

That ticked me off a bit. And then, of course, they labeled the procedure skin pigmentation correction.

Nothing like continuing to make the cancer patient feel flawed.

Like Ive said many times before, words matter.

When tattooing day finally arrived, once again I was surprised a bit at how cowardlyapprehensive Ifelt about this minor procedure, well, minor in comparison to everything else anyway. I dragged hubby along because I felt totally incapable of choosing a proper color or size (yes, you can pick your size too) and I didnt want to be responsible for a wrong decision; easier to blame him later on, right?

When we arrived and I mentioned to the nurse that yes, hubby was indeed accompanying me back there, she gave me a disapproving look that seemed to say something like, well thats never done, then scurried off to get doctors approval even though I told her he had already approved it, which he had.

After finally making it into the dentist-like chair and once again feeling quite literally very exposed there under the lights, things got underway. The doctor teased me about color choices and jokingly said he was thinking purple since Halloween was approaching. Plastic surgeons can be such wise guys.

The procedure itself only took about forty minutes, maybe less. Hubby left half-way through after the color selection had been made and probably after deciding he had seen enough. Surprisingly, I could feel it all a little bit, even after they numbed me up. It wasnt painful, just a sort of prickly or tingly uncomfortableness. I took this to be a good thing, because any feeling in the chest area is welcomed post-mastectomy. The needle device was surprisingly quite loud, again reminding me of the dentist with his drill.

When the surgeon and his nurse were finished, they brought overa mirror and let me take a look. I must have gasped a bit because immediately they said, Things will look better after you give it some timebe patient.

A patient never likes being told to be patient.

So just a heads up if you are having this procedure, the results might look sort of scary at first due to bleeding under the skin.

Next, I was properly salved, bandaged up and given directions about how to care for things.

Then I was finished. No drum roll. No triumphant moment. No jubilation. Only a tiny sigh of relief that another step in this cancer gig was complete. Another round in the ring, so to speak, was over and I had come through.

I asked if I needed to schedule a follow-up appointment. They said NO!

What, no follow-up?

It was over.

Except for the healing; that took about a week.

I had reached the end of the long and winding road of reconstruction; the end of something I never wanted to begin in the first place.

Well, except for the fact that I need to go back to plastic surgeon number one for the final inspection and for that after segment of my photo shoot.

I think Ill wait tilnextyear.

Note: Breast Reconstruction is not everyones choice for many reasons. Check out breastfree.org for further info when contemplating decisions.

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SECOND SKIN: The Erotic Art of Lingerie: Patrice Farameh …08.01.18

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Laser Tattoo Removal Seattle | Seattle’s Most Advanced Laser07.31.18

No one else in the Puget Sound area, from Federal Way to Bellingham, offers the Cutera Enlighten laser, which ensures your tattoo will be removed with the least discomfort, with the fewest treatments possible. Why spend a year removing your tattoo when your skin could be tattoo-free in three months?

Cutera Elighten laser offers the most advanced laser technology to remove unwanted tattoos safely and effectively. Cutera is the worlds first laser system to feature dual wavelength and dual pulse duration for optimal results. Our Cutera laser can successfully remove tattoos of various colors and sizes, with fewer treatments and less discomfort than older tattoo removal methods.

No matter how many years youve lived with your tattoo, when you want it removed, you want it removed. Don’t waste time with ineffective tattoo removal treatments. Only Sound Tattoo Removal offers Seattle’s most advanced laser in the most comfortable and professional medical setting.

The bottom line? Great results in a fraction of the time compared to other laser tattoo removal clinics. Sound Tattoo Removal offers the best and most pain-free option for Seattle tattoo removal

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Tattoo Hawaii – 128 Photos & 176 Reviews – Tattoo – 1430 …07.30.18

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Quality tattooing and body piercing. Polynesian, old school, traditional, western tribal. Our staff understand the people business as well as the tattoo business! Full service tattooing and body piercing available. PLEASE contact us via email @ tattoohawaii@hotmail.com and NOT through here!

We will take walk in’s IF time is available. Note: ‘walk in’ means just that, walk in, take a chance we can fit you in that day. Appointments with a deposit guarantee you a specific time/date.

We are open 7 days a week, 1-8 pm. Please note: last call for piercings is 7:30 pm.

Come……and experience the difference.

Established in 2009.

Dave and Peggy have been in the tattoo business for over 35 years. They are dedicated to the craft and are advisors and board members for the National Tattoo Association. Peggy is a retired board member and health instructor for the Alliance of Professional Tattooists of which Dave was a founding member.

Full service body piercing is also offered at extremely reasonable prices.

TEAM HAWAII:

Doug Wheeler is an exceptionally talented tattooer with a keen eye for Asian and Polynesian art.

Lai Xu brings vibrancy and a wicked sense of humor. He has a superb mind for a new twist on art.

Bryce Luning has a warm smile and his work is exceptional. Asian, Polynesian, American Traditional..bring it on.

Sean Schuyler, desk manager, is apprenticing under the eagle eye of Doug…it won’t be long and he will be soaring!

Dave is the ONLY certified APT Master Tattooer in Hawaii

Peggy offers full service body piercing Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Graduate of Purdue University, Board Member/Advisor for the National Tattoo Association. Recipient of numerous awards for service to the tattoo craft. Previous member of the Better Business Bureau of Hawaii.

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100 Popular Tattoo Designs and Meanings for Men & Women07.30.18

The tattoo design selection is always a tough task to do. The tattoo fonts and names designs are getting very trendy among youths as well as aged. Hence, proper selection is necessary in order to show your feelings, passion and love. There are tattoo designs which are inspirational, dedication, showing love, respect and honor, message giving tattoos, tattoos showing attitude to live or ones norms etc.

So many people get confused while selecting a best tattoo design. We often get influenced from others and try those designs on our self. But it is always considered better to choose a design with a meaning than according to what is considered masculine or feminine.

Following are the 100 Different types of Beautiful tattoo designs for men and women along with their meanings and pictures which can be used to ink your body that have been definitely impressed you.

1. Tribal Tattoos for Men and Women:

Tribal art designs are the single most requested tattoo design which looks good on every age group people be it men or women.

Tribal designs are generally big which covers an amazing collection of tattoo design from the traditional tribal tattoos of indigenous and aboriginal cultures for the body. The tribal tattoo designs for girls have always remained simple tattoos designs with geometrical shapes. They always carry a message with it with various shapes such as sun, eagle, stars etc, as used in the above tattoo.

2. Simple Star Tattoo Designs for Girls with Pictures:

Stars are the symbols of truth and hope as they are the light which shines in the darkness. They encourages us to fight against the darkness and gives us a hope of new, better path. Star tatto is especially more meaningful to the people who have gone through tough times in their lives.

Star designs are often encountered as symbols, and in many cases there are meanings of a particular star symbol which depends upon the number points it has, such as five pointed or six or seven pointed stars. The stars are widely carried out with other major designs, but simple tattoo designs can also be made out with only small stars. They are widely carried out on the hands beside the fingers, on leg, neck or behind the ears.

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3. Popular Angel Tattoos and Meanings:

An angel symbolises devotion, spirituality, faith and also signifies a relationship with God. Angel tattoo designs are becoming increasingly popular and they are intended as a figure of guidance and protection. Here the angel is beautifully tattooed with wings and small bird resting on her hand.

The angel tattoos designs are also used as the centerpiece of a tattoo that is anticipated as a memorial. The angels are said to be pious and heavenly. They have always been one of the famous tattoo designs among the women. They always bring happiness and are created for memorable people.

4. Wings Tattoo Designs for Women with Images:

In tattoo designing the wings tattoo designs are often infused with spiritual or inspirational significance. For instance, an angel motif along with wings is a symbol of guidance and protection. It also reflects the power of the eagle or the lightness of butterfly.

Though it is mostly preferred by women or girl, it is equally meaning for men too. This simple tattoo design signify two sides of a coin that is good and bad, symbolically written as good and evil. They are also referred as angel wings when carried out with purity.

5. Maori Tattoo Designs on Back and Arm:

Maori patterns have a quite lot of enthusiasts who are interested in tribal tattoo designs. This is one of the perfect tattoos for men. Maori tattooing is distinguished by its unique use of bold lines and the repetition of specific design motifs which are done prominently both by the artist as well as by the moko of the Maori people of New Zealand.

Originally Maori tattoos, known as Ta Moko were definite to an individual and contained broad personal and family history in the designs. These maori tattoo designs for men are famous among the wrestlers, fighters, warriors, army men etc as they indicate the strength to fight. They are highly carried on the back, arms or neck.

6. Haida Tattoo Body Arts:

These kinds of tattoo designs are renowned around the world for its beauty and complexity in the art and images. They use bold lines of the Haida Designs which make them even more unique and presentable as tattoos. The Haida originally use tattoos to depict their family Clan Crests. These designs were once one of the most heavily tattooed indigenous people in the world.

They were one of the very few groups in recorded history that had tattoos in colour, using red as well black. These men tattoo designs are also getting trendy among the women. When inked with different colors it gives a marvelous effect. This tattoo design is simply awesome on back part of men.

7. Tattoo Dream Catcher Design with Birds:

Dream catcher tattoo designs are gaining popularity among the girls after it was featured on many celebrities body. Here this tattoo design is combination of wheels, feathers and birds along with inspirational quotes.

These tattoo designs catches all the dreams that cold come to you and trap the bad dreams in its web while letting the good dreams pass and come back to you.

8. Traditional Tattoo Designs of Dragon:

Dragon tattoos are classic designs which show the influence of Japanese and Chinese culture in western tattooing art culture. Dragons are believed to be a far-ranging character whose apparent bad temper should be interpreted as simply dishonorable, neither good nor evil.

One can select the dragon type based on their preference such as fire dragon, water or Japanese tattoo designs. This is tattoo is tribal type dragon tattoo design which alluring and catches all the looks.

9. Fairy Tattoo Designs and Meanings for Women:

Fairies are thought to be inspirational; many people believe them to a symbol of people who wish to keep their inner child as long as possible.

As a tattoo fairy designs symbolises the youthful innocence and a desire to retain a child-like imagination, wonder and awe.

These tattoo designs are mostly popular among the women and a fairy also defines being strong with magical elements within you.

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10. Swallow Birds Tattoo Designs for Couples:

The swallow tattoo designs are associated with the eternal stars and the souls of the dead from the ancient times. Here you can see the pair of swallow birds stand on the branch which is perfectly matched on wrists.

Swallow tattoo designs represent the freedom and happiness like birds. Most of the girls like to flaunt this type of tattoo designs. Here the beautiful flying birds tattooed on her back properly.

11. Sun Tattoo Designs with Meanings:

The Sun represents fertility, strength, passion, courage and eternally renewed youth, light and knowledge. The Sun is also symbolized as royal and divine powers adopted by both secular and religious authorities.

It also reflects the Suns philosophical symbolic nature in most cultures around the world.

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12. Simple Moon Tattoo Designs with Pictures:

Similar to the Sun, the Moon also reflects philosophical symbolic nature in most of the cultures. and It represents eternity, purity and divine powers which are adopted by many religious authorities.

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13. New Celtic Tattoo Symbols:

Celtic tattoo designs are primarily a complex genre of interwoven lines which represents Mother daughter celtic tattoo.

Such knot designs were used as a decorative on the surface since there roots are very culturally significant and deeply symbolises.

14. Kanji Tattoo Fonts Designs and Meanings:

Kanji tattoo designs are ideal for expressing a soulful feeling with such an attractive symbol.

This tattoo style is becoming popular mostly among the westerners who believe that kanji designs identify them with an eastern philosophy based on geisha and cherry blossoms. These kind of simple tattoo lettering fonts designs always symbolize peace, justice, harmony, power, strength, love, passion etc. They are now also trendy not only in China and Japan but worldwide.

15. Cute Heart Tattoos for Women and Meanings:

Heart tattoo designs are always famous in all over the world.

These types of tattoo designs are generally taken to show affection, love and care for their dear ones that accompanied them and acts a constant reminder of the reason what they are living and fighting for.

16. Skull Tattoo Designs on Shoulders:

Such design represents courage and mischievous quotient of a person. These designs were previously used by the pirates as their identification mark since they used to have famed pirates flag of Skull and Crossed Bones. The skull symbolizes death, dark, evil and danger. These tattoo designs for men are highly worn by people related to wrestling, army, navy etc. They are carried to show danger to others.

This type skull tattoo art is preferred by guys mainly. This tattoo is beautifully portrayed on shoulders.

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17. Pinup Girls Tattoos Pictures for Girls:

Girls always like to style up especially when it comes to tattoos.

And best tattoos for girls are those of pin-up girls tattoos which never go out of style. Such pinup girl designs are basically of a woman whose physical attractiveness would entice one to place a picture of her on a wall. This tattoos show the bold and glamorous look of women. They are highly carried out by bikers, dancers, etc. Some girls show their nature and definition of the norms of their life through their tattoo.

18. Crown Tattoo Designs for Both Gents and Ladies:

The crown symbolises an individuals sovereignty over their own existence, belief, judgment and performance.

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Tattoo Ideas is a community website with designs by artists from around the world as well as unique pieces people have sent via email. Anyone can send in their tattoo, or a design to help others choose the art that is right for them. There are many things to consider when you decided to get some body art, including what sort of style and design would be good for you and where on your body would you want to have it.

Its very important to consider what is important to you and what you will still feel passionate about down the road, in years to come. Some of the main subjects of tattoos are family, religion and animals / pets.

There are thousands of tattoo ideas for you to draw inspiration from on this site, we recommend you take notes and build ideas from different artists, to formulate and build your own unique ideas, you can make some sketches yourself or pass your tattoo design ideas onto a competent tattoo artist and let them design your perfect piece.

Do you want your new tattoo to be visible in everyday life? You will need to choose the size of the piece and whereabouts it should be on your body. Choosing a color or black and grey design is also a big decision when designing your tattoo.

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