• Getting a tattoo for our wedding? Good idea?

    We are both planning to embed a tattoo of a diamond ring into our ring finger with the opposite persons name inside the ring design DURING the wedding ceremony. Is this a good idea? How long would it take to get a small tattoo like that done? (TOO long to be in the actual wedding ceremony?) Thank you for all... show more
    We are both planning to embed a tattoo of a diamond ring into our ring finger with the opposite persons name inside the ring design DURING the wedding ceremony. Is this a good idea? How long would it take to get a small tattoo like that done? (TOO long to be in the actual wedding ceremony?) Thank you for all your answers!
    15 answers · 3 days ago
  • Instead of diamond rings, we both might get tattoos instead?

    Do you think it's a good idea to have share the same tattoo in the same spot on our bodies instead of getting a ring? (Small tattoos of the opposite persons name in a heart) Or do you think diamond rings would be better for the both of us? Please respond with an actual reason, thanks! :)
    Do you think it's a good idea to have share the same tattoo in the same spot on our bodies instead of getting a ring? (Small tattoos of the opposite persons name in a heart) Or do you think diamond rings would be better for the both of us? Please respond with an actual reason, thanks! :)
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • What do you think of my tattoo design?

    Hi, I am planning on getting my first tattoo this February on my shoulder. What do you think of my tattoo design? I made it myself! https://i.imgur.com/ruft0KC.jpg
    Hi, I am planning on getting my first tattoo this February on my shoulder. What do you think of my tattoo design? I made it myself! https://i.imgur.com/ruft0KC.jpg
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • How bad does side boob tattoos hurt?

    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Visible tattoo/piercings in a professional work setting?

    Best answer: I don't care ethically, I just find it annoying aesthetically. People have a right to project whatever image they want to but I have a right not to like it (on aesthetic grounds). Tattoos and piercings are a choice and people have the right to make that choice but they also have to live with how other people... show more
    Best answer: I don't care ethically, I just find it annoying aesthetically. People have a right to project whatever image they want to but I have a right not to like it (on aesthetic grounds). Tattoos and piercings are a choice and people have the right to make that choice but they also have to live with how other people react to it. Some businesses might benefit from that kind of image and others might not. Each business has to decide for themselves what their code of professional conduct is (within the law).
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it OK for a Christian to get a tattoo?

    Best answer: Traditionally no, but religion itself has developed to the point that anyone can make their own decisions and as long as they stay true to their faith they can still be religious.
    Best answer: Traditionally no, but religion itself has developed to the point that anyone can make their own decisions and as long as they stay true to their faith they can still be religious.
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Your thoughts and opinions on behind ear tattoos.?

    How do you think it looks? you think it can make a person look nicer and more attractive?
    How do you think it looks? you think it can make a person look nicer and more attractive?
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • What if I don't like my tattoo artist's design?

    Best answer: If you dont like it, do not worry, thats exactly why they have the process they do So that a client IS happy You have found .out that this artist, is not for you.it happens, and that is why deposits are paid, to pay for their time during consultation and any drawings they may do. If you do not like the design... show more
    Best answer: If you dont like it, do not worry, thats exactly why they have the process they do
    So that a client IS happy
    You have found .out that this artist, is not for you.it happens, and that is why deposits are paid, to pay for their time during consultation and any drawings they may do.
    If you do not like the design today, just say thank you but you wont be proceeding
    That is the end of the transaction

    You need to be 100% about your design and your artists abilities
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Tattoo Removal Advice - is it worth it for my situation?

    I have a large tattoo on my leg with a small ribbon of text incorporated. The text is not in english as I did not want people reading it. I get it, I advertised it by printing it on my body. However it is a personal message meant to be a reminder to myself every day - I just didn't expect to get so much... show more
    I have a large tattoo on my leg with a small ribbon of text incorporated. The text is not in english as I did not want people reading it. I get it, I advertised it by printing it on my body. However it is a personal message meant to be a reminder to myself every day - I just didn't expect to get so much attention. I've had it about 3 years now. I don't like explaining it to people (as a young lady I think most people use it as an excuse to start a conversation with me) but everyone has to ask. In fact, I once had a stranger approach me in a restaurant while I was eating to ask what it says. Every summer I dread wearing shorts because I know someone is going to ask. No one comments on the rest of the design - just the lettering. Drives me nuts. It is 8 words long, on a banner, no bigger than what you might write on a piece of paper. Is it worth removing the lettering and getting something more generic, should I black it out, or what? If removal is the option, how much will the total be for something small like that? Thanks.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can we do a tattoo with watercolors, the one which we use to paint on canvas?

    Best answer: no you can't and that is why they have tattoo ink
    Best answer: no you can't and that is why they have tattoo ink
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • What do you people think about tattoos?

    Best answer: Tattoos are ******* awesome. There's quite a few tattoos I'd like to get someday and I can appreciate the tattoos on others. They look cool. That's all I'm saying, and having a permanent drawing on you that looks really cool and amazing is incredible. If someone went ahead and tattooed their face... show more
    Best answer: Tattoos are ******* awesome.

    There's quite a few tattoos I'd like to get someday and I can appreciate the tattoos on others.

    They look cool. That's all I'm saying, and having a permanent drawing on you that looks really cool and amazing is incredible.

    If someone went ahead and tattooed their face or their nutsack that's their choice, personally wouldn't do it myself.

    They look cool. That's what it comes down to.

    Whatdya mean what will it look like when I'm 60? It'll look like a tattoo. Jackass.
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • Does having a visible tattoo hurt your chance on getting a job as a doctor, even if it s health related?

    Best answer: This really depends on your employer. As a surgeon, half of your time will be spend with patients and their families, the other half the tattoo will be covered while you are in surgery. Many doctors are not allowed to have visible tattoos, but it also depends on the employer and what you are willing to wear. ... show more
    Best answer: This really depends on your employer.
    As a surgeon, half of your time will be spend with patients and their families, the other half the tattoo will be covered while you are in surgery.
    Many doctors are not allowed to have visible tattoos, but it also depends on the employer and what you are willing to wear.
    My doctor has a 3/4 sleeve. She wears her standard white coat all the time, and her wrist isn't tattooed so you can't see it. She knows that I don't care, so she doesn't wear her coat half the time when she sees me. Men usually wear long sleeves, so they can get away with it because its hidden.
    I would wait to get this tattoo until you have a stable career, or change the location to a place that you are willing to cover daily.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • How do you find a tattoo design?

    I've been searching for over around 6 months now, and I still can't find a good design I want to get for my first tattoo. There are a few, but I'm still trying to find the right one. How can I single them out?
    I've been searching for over around 6 months now, and I still can't find a good design I want to get for my first tattoo. There are a few, but I'm still trying to find the right one. How can I single them out?
    8 answers · 6 days ago
  • Does this tattoo match the picture?

    Does this tattoo match the picture?

    What would you rate this out of 10 does this tattoo match the picture of the face or does it look different? Would you say it's a good match or no? What do you think? Please rate out of 10 here is the link of the picture https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-kcqdKtdqxHw/W...
    What would you rate this out of 10 does this tattoo match the picture of the face or does it look different? Would you say it's a good match or no? What do you think? Please rate out of 10 here is the link of the picture https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-kcqdKtdqxHw/W...
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do I have to keep re wrapping my tattoo after I cleaned it?

    I just got my first tattoo. Do I need to continually wrap it, or can I let it be free now that I've cleaned it once from the studio?
    I just got my first tattoo. Do I need to continually wrap it, or can I let it be free now that I've cleaned it once from the studio?
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it disrespectful to get a dream-catcher tattoo when you’re not Native American?

    Best answer: No, for the Cree (Quebec), who use these, it’s not. The Ojibwe also use them the same way we do. The dreamcatcher is a way to protect someone from evil influences (i.e., those that cause bad dreams or give false portents - the original “demons of fake news”, if you will) while they sleep. There is no “sacred”... show more
    Best answer: No, for the Cree (Quebec), who use these, it’s not. The Ojibwe also use them the same way we do. The dreamcatcher is a way to protect someone from evil influences (i.e., those that cause bad dreams or give false portents - the original “demons of fake news”, if you will) while they sleep. There is no “sacred” association that we know of. It was something mothers hung on cradleboards for the safety of their children. These things also served as a kind of infant’s mobile. Later, it was also used to familiarize the child with nets, rituals, stones, feathers, etc. The big ones you see hanging on eagle staffs, even among the Sioux, are derived from our cradleboard catchers. They serve the same purpose, but are used in counting coup (“stealing the enemy’s spirit”) and trapping it. If you feel you need protection from malicious spirits in the night, or if you want to wear your enemy’s spirit on your skin forever, you can tattoo the dreamcatcher. Just don’t ignore the caveat: the bad spirits can be trapped in the catcher, and if it’s permanently stuck to you, you’d become a magnet for these things, according to our local taboos and beliefs. The task with a dreamcatcher is to empty out the net in the morning. There’s an associated ritual for that, with water and red cedar. You can’t really do that with a tattoo. We do not expect non-Natives to accept these beliefs. We just think you might want to have something much more personal, a personal symbol or sigil or mark, if you want a permanent inking. I would recommend a stylized God’s eye, the kind the Amish and Quakers made. They are certainly just as beautiful, but the evil influences don’t get “trapped” in the navel of the design, like with ours.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Working in the medical field with this tattoo?

    Best answer: Wtf are you talking about? The medical industry doesn't frown upon tattoos. My sister is a nurse and has several, my father in law is a spinal surgeon and has several, I'm a massage therapist with half my body covered, the obgyn that delivered my children has a sleeve, and I could go on and on....education... show more
    Best answer: Wtf are you talking about? The medical industry doesn't frown upon tattoos. My sister is a nurse and has several, my father in law is a spinal surgeon and has several, I'm a massage therapist with half my body covered, the obgyn that delivered my children has a sleeve, and I could go on and on....education and qualifications are far more important than whether or not you have tattoos.
    5 answers · 6 days ago