Where should my next tattoo go?

The skin on your collarbone tends to stay right where it is, making it a great place for a long-lasting tattoo.

  • 2: Best: Inner Arm.
  • Best: Upper Thighs.
  • Best: Hairline.
  • Worst: Abdomen.
  • Worst: Feet.
  • Worst: Inner Ear.

What is a tattoo on your side called?

Side tattoos, also called rib tats, are a very popular tattoo option—but that doesn’t mean they’re the most inked.

Should tattoos face in or out?

Face forward. For most tattoos on the shoulder, arm, side or thigh, it is visually nicer to see a portrait instead of the back of the head when looking at yourself and your tattoos in the mirror.

What parts of the body Cannot be tattooed?

Areas on your body where you ought not get tattooed:

  • The palm. The skin is excessively thick here and it moves around a ton.
  • Fingers. Fingers are very inclined to fading.
  • Top of hand.
  • The Elbow/Side of Wrists/Side of Ankles/And Other Crease Lines.
  • Foot tattoos.
  • Top of foot.
  • Side of foot.
  • Behind the ear.

Which way should tattoos on wrist face?

If it’s a text tattoo or an image you want to look at every day for any reason (say a memorial tattoo, or something religious), then I suggest orienting the design so that it always appears right-side-up to your eyes.

Should forearm tattoos face?

If you want to have your forearm tattoo orientated toward you, there is absolutely no reason not to do so. As long as you’ll be happy, it doesn’t matter what other people will think, even if they look at you and think your tattoo is oriented “wrong.”

Why you should never get tattoos?

Tattoos breach the skin, which means that skin infections and other complications are possible, including: Allergic reactions. Tattoo dyes — especially red, green, yellow and blue dyes — can cause allergic skin reactions, such as an itchy rash at the tattoo site. This can occur even years after you get the tattoo.

Are tattoos trashy?

The opinion that tattoo are trashy is becoming a thing of the past. In fact, 42% of people do not think tattoos affect a person’s appearance at all and that number is growing. 24% of people even find them to make someone more attractive, while only 22% still have a negative opinion of them.

Which way should tattoo writing face?

Face forward. This applies to tattoos featuring a face, such as one of a human or animal. For most tattoos on the shoulder, arm, side or thigh, it is visually nicer to see a portrait instead of the back of the head when looking at yourself and your tattoos in the mirror.

How do you take care of a side tattoo?

Wash the tattoo with your artist’s recommended cleanser or a gentle, unscented soap. Avoid using any soap with irritants like fragrance or alcohol. After you wash, gently pat the area dry with a clean towel. Whatever you do, don’t rub or pick at the skin, even if it flakes!

Where should I put a tattoo?

We suggest a hard-flat part of your body like your inner forearm or upper thigh. These locations are easy to apply the necessary pressure. If you want to put a tattoo somewhere like your back then it’s a good idea to grab a friend to help you out. With our freehand ink however, it’s easy to apply it anywhere you can draw!

What is tattoo position and placement?

This topic is about Tattoo position and placement. Tattoo placement is one of those things that’ll either mean everything to you or mean nothing to you. Some people are happy to just slap their design anywhere on their body and be cool with it. Personally, I think that placement plays a massive role in how good your tattoo is going to look.

Why is it important to pick the right placement for tattoos?

Picking your tattoo placement is super important. It determines how much the tattoo will hurt, the size and detail of your tattoo designs, plus how fast it will fade. Remember, areas of your skin that are regularly exposed to sunlight will fade very fast!

Can you get a tattoo upside down?

Most tattoo artists will recommend outwards, but ultimately it’s your body, whether you want your tattoo upside down, sideways, backwards, or right side up. Try not to ignore your artist outright if they advise against a tattoo placement, and instead ask them to explain why.