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How to Choose Which Tattoo is Right for You?

Once you decide to get a tattoo, the next big step you’ll have to take is choose the tattoo you want. A tattoo can look perfect on you, provided that you put a lot of thought into deciding which tattoo you’re going to get. The more effort you put into planning your tattoo design, more likely are you to enjoy your new tattoo. Also, tattoo removal can be quite painful and expensive, which means you have to be 100% sure you’re ok with having the tattoo you’ve chosen for the rest of your life. So without further ado, let’s take a look at how you can choose a tattoo that’s right for you.

Don’t Make Any Rash Decisions

A large number of bad tattoos comes from making rash decisions and having a tattoo done in the spur of the moment. Getting a tattoo simply because it seems fun is always going be a bad decision. So no matter what, make sure you put a lot of thought into the tattoo you want to get. For example, if you get a quote done in spur of the moment, chances are something’s going to end up misspelled. Also, unless you have a clear design in your mind, your new tattoo might not end up looking the way you wanted.

Think About Where You Want the Tattoo

This is another important thing you’ll have to think about before you get your tattoo done. If you want the tattoo just for yourself, make sure you opt for a body part that you don’t show regularly. Another thing you should have in mind is your professional career. Even though we’re living in a more modern age now, many tattoos are still considered unprofessional and it’s best that you get them in places you can easily cover up. Make sure you have this in mind while choosing placement of your tattoo.

Spend a Lot of Time Refining the Design

When choosing your new tattoo, you should also spend quite a lot of time refining the design you opted for. Even though you may an idea in mind, you should still carefully think about every little detail on your new tattoo. In order to do this, you should first look up tattoo designs online and come up with the ones you like the most. Still, you should never copy the tattoos you find online, they should serve only as inspiration to you. All of your tattoos should be unique and original.

Think About Different Tattoo Designs

Coming up with a tattoo you’re going to like can sometimes be really difficult. That’s when taking a look at some popular types of tattoo may be a good idea. Minimalist tattoos are something that’s quite popular today. There are many geometric shapes and tiny designs which might just be perfect for you. Getting a trash polka tattoo is also something you might like. These tattoos are done in black and red ink to add a bit of modern touch. Pin up tattoos are also something many people today opt for.

Draw it Yourself

Before you get a tattoo, you should always try to draw the design you have in mind. Sometimes an idea may seem great while you’re just think about it but once you see it on your skin, you may not like it as you did before. Don’t be bothered even if you’re not too good at drawing, as it’s enough only to sketch the design to see how your new tattoo might look like. This can also be a great guidance tool to make sure you and your tattoo artist are on the same wavelength.

Bear in mind that if you feel hesitant, you should spend some more thinking about your tattoo. Only once you’re 100% sure about what you want should you schedule an appointment with your tattoo artist.

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