The tattoo styles you see in the picture are pretty similar to the styles that most of us are familiar with.
These are styles that, I believe, are popular in different cities. They tend to be in the tattoo and body piercing industries.
I find, though, that a large percentage of these styles are considered “gay”, because in these areas it is seen as “gay pride” to have body piercing.
Which city are you based in?
In this picture you see a black and pale grey dress shirt, with the sleeves rolled up and left untucked.
I am based in the city of London.
I see, then, that most of these styles originated in the UK.
How do I get my tattoo?
What happens is that my stylist places the design I want on top of my skin, and goes over it with a special tattoo ink. This usually takes a while.
The process takes place in a studio with the stylist taking measurements, giving me feedback on designs, and telling me what the results will look like after a couple of days.
The ink is applied over the tattoo’s design. There can be an awful lot of pain, but there is absolutely nothing wrong with getting tattoos. There is no reason to have a permanent, painful tattoo. We could all get better tattoos that look good, and make our lives a bit easier, for that reason alone.
So, do you get a tattoo? What is your favourite tattoo style?
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