Tattoo Design Choice
Tattoos are for life
If you don’t make an educated decision, there may come a time when you regret what you did. If you already have one or several tattoo designs inked, I hope you’re proud of them, but most importantly, comfortable in your skin. Think about not just the short-term gratification but also the long term weight attached.
Will you still be OK with them no matter what direction you may take in life?
Do you want to still have it when you have kids in the future and be a father?
Will it still be OK with you then
I remember a guy who got a huge devil tattoo design inked on his back ten years ago when he was in his early twenties. I wonder how he feels about it now.
If you’re thinking about going for ink, I recommend you think about it for a few weeks just to make sure that you’re OK with it. Either be 140% convinced about the decision or don’t do it at all.
If you want to get, a tattoo design inked it IS a decision that is not to be taken lightly although now they do have laser removal. You should never see that as an option. However strange it may sound, I would personally never recommend anyone to get a tattoo design inked, despite my own love of tattoos.
You are an adult, and you can make your own decisions
When making the decision to get a tattoo design inked, always ask yourself for what reason you’re doing it. Don’t do it from social pressure or for anyone else do it for yourself!
If you after having asked yourself the questions above are fully sure that you want a tattoo design and know what you want, then GO FOR IT!
The right tattoo design, one that looks good and means something to you, is an extension of your character and something to be proud of. Don’t you agree that trying to decide on what tattoo design to get is extremely difficult?
And the fact that high-quality tattoo designs are almost impossible to find online doesn’t make things easier.
The sad truth is that most tattoo decisions are made in a hurry while flipping the binders in a local tattoo studio. That’s not the way such an important, life-long decision should be made, and it often results in people regretting they ever got that darn tattoo! Some go as far as getting surgery to have their tattoo designs removed, which could easily end up in the $1000’s! And sadly, even though it cost them an arm and a leg, the result doesn’t always turn out the way they were hoping for.
However, if you’re lucky enough to find that perfect tattoo design for you, you will have a piece of art that will bring you satisfaction for the rest of your life!
So how do you find that perfect tattoo design?
The secret is to browse through a lot of tattoo ideas before you settle on one. That’s where the problem comes in. I’ve spent countless late nights and early hours searching for tattoo design ideas online most of the times quitting in frustration after having found nothing of value.
No wonder so many people are walking around with downright ugly tattoos!
There are too many sites out there to list that offer gallery after gallery of tattoo designs, so a good point to check is if you decide to go with a membership site that offers, a money-back guarantee and few good solid testimonials, bonuses are great too. The one above has a great selection, but I will write a product review shortly as I have just purchased this myself.
Hmm, now it’s fun time!!!
Once you have chosen that perfect design and you just know that it is too wicked to be original, think about certain things that you could add or modify to make it original. Hold onto those ideas and go for a visit down to your local parlour and have a chat with one of the artists.
I find if you go down on a weekday, say Monday or Tuesday when it’s not busy is the best time as they’ll be more inclined to actually discuss something in more creative detail with a “potential customer” opposed to someone who’s just wasting their time.
As some artists may want to charge you an artwork cost, going down to see them in the slower days is a good opportunity because they get paid on per tattoo sales so not wanting to scare you off they’ll do the artwork for free and throw in their own ideas (who better to tweak your tattoo design than an Artist!!!), sneaky but has worked for me a few times. But they are great people, and if you give them respect and courtesy, most will do it for free anyway.
So hopes this has helped you even if it’s just a little bit. Thanks for visiting my blog and happy hunting!!!