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These celebrities have the most subtle tattoo placements you can use as pegs!
As aesthetically pleasing as tattoos may be, they are also a life-time commitment. So aside from settling on the perfect design to get, you also have to figure out where exactly on your body you'd want to be permanently inked.If you're not
To hide them, just wear a watch or a bracelet!
When it comes to tattoo placements, the wrist is a prime spot for ink. Even if it's a small area, it doesn't have any obstructions—you don't have to worry about your tattoo looking weird if you bend your wrist. It's also fairly
These look good no matter what!
Aside from the design you're going to choose, one of the most important parts of getting a tattoo is where exactly are you going to place it. There are several factors you have to consider, one of those being your pain tolerance.
Just keeping it low-key.
Aside from the actual inking session, one of the longest parts in the process of getting a tattoo is actually thinking of the design you'll get. This is understandable since it'll be on your body forever, so you want to make sure
A rose isn't only pretty, but meaningful, too!
So you finally decided to get a tattoo. Unlike putting on makeup and getting a piercing (you can change up your earrings or studs once in a while!), a tatt will be there forever in the exact same spot you choose to
Here are some beautiful options to consider if you're planning on getting inked.
So, you’ve finally decided to get a tattoo. Now the more important question is: Where will you have it placed? Well, we're here to suggest you consider placing it on your shoulder. Whether you prefer it near your clavicle or on top
These will look good no matter where you place them!
Whatever your reason is for wanting a tattoo, the hardest part is always deciding on the perfect design.Unlike dyeing your hair or putting on makeup, a tattoo will be there forever. As you grow old and your body changes, your ink will