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Ladies what do you think about this tattoo?

Ladies what do you think about this tattoo? Topic: For tattoos writing letters
July 19, 2019 / By Charley
Question: I have 1 tattoo already on my right arm. A tribal band that is red and black with baby blue old english letters that say brothers in arms outlined in orange. I was thinking about getting just the orange monkey, (not the chinese writing) from this page, top row 4th from the right, on my lower abdominal region. What are your thoughts? http://www.tattoofinder.com/find_tattooD... Okay link is not working. So it looks like a cave painting of a monkey. Very simple. No I'm not a cultist. My brother and I got the original tattoo serving in the army and its awesome. So what do you think of a monkey tattoo in the described location?
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Ariana Ariana | 5 days ago
the link doesnt work i have tried using that site as well for links but its really gay. good for looking for tattoos though. i want a tattoo on my ankle, and maybe one on my shoulder....
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Ariana Originally Answered: Any tattoo artists out there? I have a question about gaining muscle with a tattoo?
WoW, If you actually increased your arm 50% insize your problems would be more then just the tattoo, there are not many individuals that can tolerate sever enlargement of any area of the body without cause skin damage. Scaring or Stretch marks can occur in the dermis middle layer and appear as reddish or purple lines, but tend to gradually fade to a lighter color. The stretch marks will form along areas were there is no support within the dermis. Stretching plays more of a role in where the marks occur and in what direction they run. Stretching alone is not the cause. Stretch marks are most likely to show up were you have more fat cells stored. Most common places are the belly (especially near the belly-button), breasts, upper arms, underarms. Since it is a tearing in the middle layer the skin, the tattoo will be affected, if this accrues it is best to wait at lest a year to let the skin repair some of the damage, even micro abrasion can help to produce a healthier skin dermis base to tattoo. Main issue is the skins cell structure has been damaged and is not going to ever recover, this will cause some distortion in the Image and may cause bleed over in to ascendant areas when tattooed. Color tattoos with lower details are a better choice, while high detailed images could suffer permeate image quality reduction, if you are really expecting to grow 50% percent I would recommend waiting unless the image is going to be placed in areas that rarely suffer stretchmarks. Now if you already have stretchmarks and want to camouflage them I recommend finding an artist who has experiences at this type of tattooing, selection is as important as application and is on a individual bases as each case is different skin types, severity of scaring and pain Level tolerances. The experienced artist is a must or it could look worse.
Ariana Originally Answered: Any tattoo artists out there? I have a question about gaining muscle with a tattoo?
You know everyones skin is differnet. My husband has huge arms and is tattooed all over... his tattoos didnt become distorted or anything. He doesnt have stretch marks. But every ones skin is different. You might not get them or you might. Good luck!

Zander Zander
This is the number one reason why people have dumb tattoos. Because they make a decision based on fads to impress people. Some girls think they are attractive, some don't. But a tattoo is not going to make or not make you hot regardless. You get something shitty on your body its going to make you seem like even more of a dumb ***. I'm not a lady but I would vote nay if you were thinking about getting a tattoo based on a yahoo poll. You sound like one of those cats that would get his birth year or some barbed wire tribal bull plastered on his body then spend too much time out in the sun shirtless to watch his tattoo fade to that nasty greenish color or bleed in an unrecognizable blob.
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Sibald Sibald
top row 4th from the right are not monkey tattoo's Sorry I can't see to find the one you describe
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Sibald Originally Answered: Does getting a tattoo hurt? Is there a age limit for getting tattoo's at a shop?
Well, I think that pretty much everywhere there is no problem getting a tattoo at age 18. The biggest obstacle is usually the cost. Tattoos on the upper arms and shoulders are amongst the least painful (in my opinion). However, there are always spots that are more painful than other spots, even close by. It depends on the locations of the nerves. Tattooing in the centerline of the body is always quite painful (i.e. center of back, neck, chest), as are the soft, tender spots (near armpit, crux of elbow, front of wrist, etc). Regardless, the pain really isn't too bad, and after the session, the pain is about the same as a moderate sunburn, and treat as if it were sunburned. The time it takes depends on the size and detail involved with the tattoo, and the experience of the artist. Some are slower than others. I have much of my body covered now, and I usually go in for 3 hour sessions maximum, no more than once a week. It's hard to go for longer or more frequently. A small simple tattoo the size of a credit card would take less than an hour. One word of caution: they can be addictive. I started with a tattoo on my upper arm, and now am nearing 200 hours of time under the needlle, with both arms fully sleeved, both shoulders, front piece, back piece and some work on my neck. But I love them and don't regret any of it.

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