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Japanese Foot Tattoo - Japanese Ink



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Tribal Scorpion Tattoo

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Beautiful Feminine Pisces Tattoo desings

Beautiful Feminine Pisces Tattoo desingsBeautiful Feminine Pisces Tattoo Desings comes in the category of decent tattoos and I have seen basically used these kind of tattoos in remembrance of their girl friends who are alive or those who are not present in this world.
Beautiful Feminine Pisces Tattoo desingsThose who were love their lovers very deeply and due to any personal reason she in not with his boyfriend these types of persons basically use Beautiful Feminine Pisces Tattoos as remembrance of their sweetie.

Actually in Beautiful Feminine Pisces Tattoo Desings basically tattoos in the form of human face is drawn in different body parts, I have seen in my life that basically face is drawn in Beautiful Feminine Pisces Tattoos, many of my friends have also drawn these kind of tattoos in remembrance of their girlfriends.
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Angel Tattoo designs

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Buddhist tattoo Design popular in Thailand

Tattoo picture of religious symbols increasingly widespread in Singapore. For followers of Buddhism in Singapore, the art of tattoo is not just a form of self-recognition, but is believed to provide protection and wealth in life.
Buddhist tattoo Design
Ben Loke is a young Singaporean entrepreneurs who increasingly familiar with the ebb and flow value of the stock. As one of the company's top brass, Loke demanded a solution, update policies, and creating a new innovation that the company shares rebound.
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Loke's Tattoo yant sak painted over a picture of a dragon surrounded by the text of Buddhism. Tattoo picture sak yant first popular in Thailand. Since reaching Singapore, sak yant increasingly popular among the tattoo lovers Tumasik country.

This symbol quickly spread to Singapore, because most Singaporeans embrace the tradition of Buddhist and Taoist followers. Willie Heng, marketing manager at For Guang Hang tattoo gallery justify sak yant popularity in Singapore.
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According to Heng, renowned yant bags for all ages. Singapore Children also are introduced to the images and meanings yant sac. Sak yant more "rising star" for the people of Singapore are known busy, in fact need spiritual support. "Sak yant is a good spiritual medium," said Heng moment met AFP at a tattoo convention in Singapore.

This convention is followed around 300 tattoo artists from various countries. Among the hundreds of tattoo artists, there is a tattoo artist who managed to pull a lot of fans. His name Ajahn Thong. He is one of the leading tattoo artists For Guang Hang. Despite entering the 60-year-old, but still creative and productive Thong.
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Even among the tattoo lovers Thong dubbed with the title "master tattoo." To enliven the tattoo convention this time, Thong willing to fly from his native country, Thailand to Singapore. He serves all requests customer, ranging from simple images to complex symbols painted all over his back.
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If a customer is confused with the concept that would tattoo painted on her body, got advice and concepts Thong telling. "They come for good luck. And I will help them get lucky," said Thong

The No-Regrets Tattoo is On Its Way

Regrets TattooA new tattoo ink may make tattoo regret a thing of the past. Due to hit tattoo parlors this fall, Freedom-2 is a permanent but (relatively) easily removable ink. Right now, tattoo removal requires a lengthy, painful and expensive series of laser treatments. But Freedom-2 tattoos can be removed with just one such treatment.

The science behind this ink is pretty cool: The biodegradable, bioabsorbable dyes (such as cosmetic-grade iron oxide, a relative of rust) are packed into microscopic polymer beads. When they're hit with a laser, they burst and dissolve.

I'm guessing that tattoo purists will scoff—after all, if you get a tattoo, you know it's permanent. But I know quite a few people who wished they hadn't gotten a band tattoo on their backs, too. This ink would be perfect for people who want a tattoo for the rest of their lives, but prefer to have a little insurance policy in case they no longer want that horrible bottom tattoo. What do you think—would you get a tat with this ink, or do you think that a tattoo is forever?

Tattoo Yourself (Temporarily, That Is)

Tattoo Yourself Fancy temporary tattoos are popping up all over the place, from Chanel's runway show to Sephora's shelves. So we figured we'd better get around to testing some high-end faux ink to see what all the fuss was about. For that very purpose, we got our hands on Temptu's new Adorn Seductive Chic Temporary Tattoo Kit ($25). To find out what we thought, just keep reading.

We didn't love all of the designs, but the abstract floral motif was pretty. They're also really easy to apply, and they look a lot more like real tats than anything you'd get in a vending machine, which makes them perfect for parties or generally looking like a "bad" girl. While walking down the street with a huge, freshly-inked neck piece, one of us even got a disapproving "tsk!" from an old person. The only downside is that they're short-lived — they last two to five days max, and you have to keep putting the setting powder on to maintain them — and they only come in black, so if you want a sweet pink and purple unicorn, you're out of luck.

Kristen's Trilogy of Knots

The 34th Street Platform for the A Train has been very kind to us here at Tattoosday, even more so this summer than in years' past.



Take Kristen, for example. She generously offered up this small portion of her corporeal canvas:





Estimating that she is at least a quarter covered by ink, this "trilogy of knots" was the artist's response to Kristen's request to attach the cobwebs on her elbow to the end of her wrist.



The artist, identified only as "Batman" near Canal and Broadway, was also asked to incorporate a Celtic pattern, as well.



The final result was to Kristen's liking and we here at Tattoosday thank her for sharing the tattoo with all of our readers!

Kristen's Trilogy of Knots

The 34th Street Platform for the A Train has been very kind to us here at Tattoosday, even more so this summer than in years' past.



Take Kristen, for example. She generously offered up this small portion of her corporeal canvas:





Estimating that she is at least a quarter covered by ink, this "trilogy of knots" was the artist's response to Kristen's request to attach the cobwebs on her elbow to the end of her wrist.



The artist, identified only as "Batman" near Canal and Broadway, was also asked to incorporate a Celtic pattern, as well.



The final result was to Kristen's liking and we here at Tattoosday thank her for sharing the tattoo with all of our readers!

Kristen's Trilogy of Knots

The 34th Street Platform for the A Train has been very kind to us here at Tattoosday, even more so this summer than in years' past.



Take Kristen, for example. She generously offered up this small portion of her corporeal canvas:





Estimating that she is at least a quarter covered by ink, this "trilogy of knots" was the artist's response to Kristen's request to attach the cobwebs on her elbow to the end of her wrist.



The artist, identified only as "Batman" near Canal and Broadway, was also asked to incorporate a Celtic pattern, as well.



The final result was to Kristen's liking and we here at Tattoosday thank her for sharing the tattoo with all of our readers!

Happy Bloggiversary to Me!

Three years ago today, Tattoosday was born.



On July 31, 2007, I put up a post on BillyBlog, featuring a tattoo on a co-worker named Sephora.



The idea was to post a weekly tattoo on Tuesday, and use this is a vehicle to expand my horizons a bit; meet interesting people and learn about tattoos.



There was one problem. I enjoyed it too much. There weren't enough Tuesdays in the week. I was impatient and wanted to post right away, not wait until Tuesday. And so, as Kurt Vonnegut would say, it goes....



So a month later I threw the previous months post up on the stand-alone blog, Tattoosday. And BillyBlog faded.



It's still there, but Tattoosday is my passion and I couldn't have even imagined, back in 2007, how easy it would become for me to talk to strangers about their ink.



The once-a-week project produced forty-five separate interactions in July, we have a 30-day backlog of material, and this past week we registered our 650,000th hit. Not too shabby.



Go see the original post here to see how far we've come.



And a hearty thanks to all our contributors, all our fans, and all the tattooists out there creating wonderful, interesting, portable art. Without all of you, Tattoosday would have been a blip of an idea, and nothing more.

Happy Bloggiversary to Me!

Three years ago today, Tattoosday was born.



On July 31, 2007, I put up a post on BillyBlog, featuring a tattoo on a co-worker named Sephora.



The idea was to post a weekly tattoo on Tuesday, and use this is a vehicle to expand my horizons a bit; meet interesting people and learn about tattoos.



There was one problem. I enjoyed it too much. There weren't enough Tuesdays in the week. I was impatient and wanted to post right away, not wait until Tuesday. And so, as Kurt Vonnegut would say, it goes....



So a month later I threw the previous months post up on the stand-alone blog, Tattoosday. And BillyBlog faded.



It's still there, but Tattoosday is my passion and I couldn't have even imagined, back in 2007, how easy it would become for me to talk to strangers about their ink.



The once-a-week project produced forty-five separate interactions in July, we have a 30-day backlog of material, and this past week we registered our 650,000th hit. Not too shabby.



Go see the original post here to see how far we've come.



And a hearty thanks to all our contributors, all our fans, and all the tattooists out there creating wonderful, interesting, portable art. Without all of you, Tattoosday would have been a blip of an idea, and nothing more.

Happy Bloggiversary to Me!

Three years ago today, Tattoosday was born.



On July 31, 2007, I put up a post on BillyBlog, featuring a tattoo on a co-worker named Sephora.



The idea was to post a weekly tattoo on Tuesday, and use this is a vehicle to expand my horizons a bit; meet interesting people and learn about tattoos.



There was one problem. I enjoyed it too much. There weren't enough Tuesdays in the week. I was impatient and wanted to post right away, not wait until Tuesday. And so, as Kurt Vonnegut would say, it goes....



So a month later I threw the previous months post up on the stand-alone blog, Tattoosday. And BillyBlog faded.



It's still there, but Tattoosday is my passion and I couldn't have even imagined, back in 2007, how easy it would become for me to talk to strangers about their ink.



The once-a-week project produced forty-five separate interactions in July, we have a 30-day backlog of material, and this past week we registered our 650,000th hit. Not too shabby.



Go see the original post here to see how far we've come.



And a hearty thanks to all our contributors, all our fans, and all the tattooists out there creating wonderful, interesting, portable art. Without all of you, Tattoosday would have been a blip of an idea, and nothing more.

Nick Remembers Billy, I Remember Siki

My first tattoo was modified from a piece of flash at Body Art Studios by an artist who goes by the moniker "Siki". Shortly thereafter, Siki left the shop and went on his way.



My friend Pete knows who he is but, until recently, I hadn't met anyone with ink from Siki, other than myself.



Then, I met Nick on the R train one day after work and, while discussing his many tattoos (he "lost count after 45," they've all connected) , I heard him talking about Siki.



So today's tattoo is by Siki and was, like my lynx, modified from an old piece of flash. Although he adapted it a lot more fully and developed a more unique tattoo.





Siki and Nick had a mutual friend named Billy, who Nick would often go with to get tattooed. When he passed away, they added Billy's name to the bottom of the tattoo as a tribute to their departed friend.



Thanks to Nick for sharing his tattoo with us here on Tattoosday!

Nick Remembers Billy, I Remember Siki

My first tattoo was modified from a piece of flash at Body Art Studios by an artist who goes by the moniker "Siki". Shortly thereafter, Siki left the shop and went on his way.



My friend Pete knows who he is but, until recently, I hadn't met anyone with ink from Siki, other than myself.



Then, I met Nick on the R train one day after work and, while discussing his many tattoos (he "lost count after 45," they've all connected) , I heard him talking about Siki.



So today's tattoo is by Siki and was, like my lynx, modified from an old piece of flash. Although he adapted it a lot more fully and developed a more unique tattoo.





Siki and Nick had a mutual friend named Billy, who Nick would often go with to get tattooed. When he passed away, they added Billy's name to the bottom of the tattoo as a tribute to their departed friend.



Thanks to Nick for sharing his tattoo with us here on Tattoosday!

Nick Remembers Billy, I Remember Siki

My first tattoo was modified from a piece of flash at Body Art Studios by an artist who goes by the moniker "Siki". Shortly thereafter, Siki left the shop and went on his way.



My friend Pete knows who he is but, until recently, I hadn't met anyone with ink from Siki, other than myself.



Then, I met Nick on the R train one day after work and, while discussing his many tattoos (he "lost count after 45," they've all connected) , I heard him talking about Siki.



So today's tattoo is by Siki and was, like my lynx, modified from an old piece of flash. Although he adapted it a lot more fully and developed a more unique tattoo.





Siki and Nick had a mutual friend named Billy, who Nick would often go with to get tattooed. When he passed away, they added Billy's name to the bottom of the tattoo as a tribute to their departed friend.



Thanks to Nick for sharing his tattoo with us here on Tattoosday!

Lower Back Tattoos Design

Lower Back Tattoos Design-1One of the most stylish trends have evolved into tattoo designs lower back tattoos. It has evolved to become one of the most well-liked choice for women regarding the location and placement of their tattoos. This is the sexiest part of a woman's body as it emphasizes the natural curve of the figure of a woman. It is part of the body that the woman may appear without exposing too much. At a tattoo on that body part is as charming as fashion today. Low rise jeans has been designedmiserable low around the hips to expose a tattoo on her lower back. In addition, cultured and upper abdomen dresses certainly have a higher visibility and attract attention to the curves of a woman's lower back. This also gives women the advantage of being able to completely hide or conceal their tattoos when they are essential because the lower back can be completely covered by clothing as conservative.
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In addition to the petition and the charm of these sexy tattoos when they are often closed to the open spaces that they provide a large tattoo design. This area is a large part of the human body, creating a large tattoo designs or horizontal. pain are less likely to stretch due to pregnancy or weight change as a tattoo doesnâ € ™ t shrink or become pale easily.

It is a set of templates to choose from when it comes to lower back tattoos. Larger models V and horizontal designs tribal, heart, butterfly or fairies are the most well-liked. Other smaller models, such as stars, hearts, crosses, and the sun also frequently caught. They may also be multicolored or monotonous, large or small, symmetrical or asymmetrical, the possibilities are endless.

It is always difficult to choose the right design since tattoos are permanent and difficult to remove, if you remember to do a little research. Most tattoo parlors have a full choice of models that can be applied in the lower back, and it is not difficult to see a model or example in tattoo magazines loved.

Greek tattoos Design

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Greek tattoos give people a different capacity, to show their heritage and an option to have a spacious design. In ancient Greece, tattoos are a form of retaliation. It is used to identify prisoners and slaves. The commentary of America for the tattoo is a shame. Choosing a tattoo can be a difficult decision. He will be with you for life if you want to be creative and unique. On the site you can find great tattoos Greek looking through thousands of tattoo designs the largest collection in one place.

Greek tattoos are becoming increasingly popular these days, but what exactly is a Greek "tattoo? Greek Tattoos are more admired for a reason. There are several good-looking design that fits all. Make up online gallery of tattoo design. Greece is one of the oldest oral communication in the world, and it has been spoken in Europe. Greek tattoo design offers a better view for everyone and there are different models are available in Greek tattoo. Greek tattoo designs are the oldest tattoo designs and tattoo designs famous.

Fashion Tattoo for Sexy Girl

Fashion Tattoo for Sexy Girl-1uncountable tattoos are available worldwide, but not all are so popular because they are models, because people do not like to tattoos as their favorites, I do not know, but I think because the models that choose tattoos that are elegant and fashion.

Fashion Tattoo for Sexy Girl-2It means that the world of tattoo fashion, with many different types of tattoos and no body is available on this earth that can have tattoos.

Fashion Tattoo for Sexy Girl-3Tribal tattoos, lower back tattoos, religious tattoos came in the categories of celebrity tattoos and why, because they are very sexy and attractive.

Fashion Tattoo for Sexy Girl-4I think tribal tattoos are the source of all the tattoos is because, due to its name suggests, this is the first and very old compared to other tattoos.

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Fashion Tattoo for Sexy Girl

Jessica's Feather for her Mother

I met Jessica on the express platform at 34th Street earlier this month.



She shared this gorgeous peacock feather tattooed on the upper right section of her back:





The piece is an homage to her mother, who loves everything peacock, and has countless items, like bracelets and other jewelery, that emulate the vivid colors of these beautiful birds.



She credits this tattoo to an artist known only as Allison.



Thanks to Jessica for sharing this wonderful tattoo with us here on Tattoosday!

Jessica's Feather for her Mother

I met Jessica on the express platform at 34th Street earlier this month.



She shared this gorgeous peacock feather tattooed on the upper right section of her back:





The piece is an homage to her mother, who loves everything peacock, and has countless items, like bracelets and other jewelery, that emulate the vivid colors of these beautiful birds.



She credits this tattoo to an artist known only as Allison.



Thanks to Jessica for sharing this wonderful tattoo with us here on Tattoosday!

Jessica's Feather for her Mother

I met Jessica on the express platform at 34th Street earlier this month.



She shared this gorgeous peacock feather tattooed on the upper right section of her back:





The piece is an homage to her mother, who loves everything peacock, and has countless items, like bracelets and other jewelery, that emulate the vivid colors of these beautiful birds.



She credits this tattoo to an artist known only as Allison.



Thanks to Jessica for sharing this wonderful tattoo with us here on Tattoosday!

Michelle's Tattoo Takes Your Breath Away

Michelle has a lot of ink, twenty-one tattoos, all told, but when I stopped her in Penn Station, she chose to share this one with us:





Boldly planted on her upper right arm, Michelle explained that she paraphrased and pared down a longer quotation to read, more simply, "Live for the moments that take your breath away". I believe she was referring to the saying, "Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away."



The flowers in the photo are cherry blossoms that were done in blue, rather than the traditional pink because, as Michelle tells it, she's "not really a pink kind of girl".





This tattoo was inked by Fat Tony at Hobo's Tattoo Shop in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.



Thanks to Michelle for sharing this tattoo with us here on Tattoosday!

Michelle's Tattoo Takes Your Breath Away

Michelle has a lot of ink, twenty-one tattoos, all told, but when I stopped her in Penn Station, she chose to share this one with us:





Boldly planted on her upper right arm, Michelle explained that she paraphrased and pared down a longer quotation to read, more simply, "Live for the moments that take your breath away". I believe she was referring to the saying, "Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away."



The flowers in the photo are cherry blossoms that were done in blue, rather than the traditional pink because, as Michelle tells it, she's "not really a pink kind of girl".





This tattoo was inked by Fat Tony at Hobo's Tattoo Shop in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.



Thanks to Michelle for sharing this tattoo with us here on Tattoosday!

Michelle's Tattoo Takes Your Breath Away

Michelle has a lot of ink, twenty-one tattoos, all told, but when I stopped her in Penn Station, she chose to share this one with us:





Boldly planted on her upper right arm, Michelle explained that she paraphrased and pared down a longer quotation to read, more simply, "Live for the moments that take your breath away". I believe she was referring to the saying, "Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away."



The flowers in the photo are cherry blossoms that were done in blue, rather than the traditional pink because, as Michelle tells it, she's "not really a pink kind of girl".





This tattoo was inked by Fat Tony at Hobo's Tattoo Shop in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.



Thanks to Michelle for sharing this tattoo with us here on Tattoosday!

Henna Tattoo Contemporary


Henna Tattoo Contemporary

Henna Tattoo Contemporary


Henna Tattoo Contemporary

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