Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Full Body Tattoo Designs And Ideas - Want To Get Your Entire Body Tattooed? Then Read This Guide!

Tattoo Style

Tattoo StyleIf you're thinking of getting covered in tattoos, then this guide was written for you. By the time you've finished reading, you're going to be much more familiar with the in's and out's of the process. So let's get started!

Firstly, full body tattooing is going to take a lot of time and money - so it will take you several years in most cases. Usually, people build up their tattoos over time, without a real "end game" plan of how they want them to look together.

The tattoos are usually chosen for their particular meaning, whether that is a meaning to the person, or the artistic value of the tattoo itself.

Other people may choose a particular style or theme that they want to use for their entire body. For example, having exclusively tribal tattoos which join and interact with each other, over time, as each new one is added.

It's a good idea to have an idea of how all your full body tattoos are going to look together, as well as the colors that are going to be used. A little planning can go a long way. Pay attention to the colors you're going to be using - as over time, darker colors such as black have a tendency to change. They fade, or even turn green, over time. This can lead to a dull, washed-out look when you're older. Tattoos like these will require maintenance every 10 years or so, if you don't want them to look washed-out. This is also true for bold, distinctive colors.

Often, people with full body tattoos didn't originally "plan" to go that far. But tattoos do become addictive to some degree! The pain of the tattoo, and the enjoyment of the end result can create a "trial" effect, which can be satisfying to accomplish.

Full body tattoo ideas often include elaborate, colorful designs featuring butterflies, flowers, skulls and demonic imagery, aliens, dragons, "Henna-style" designs, tribal work - and much more. You can choose from bold, tribal lines - or finer, detailed intricate work. There is plenty of room to express your uniqueness and individuality by choosing the type of body art which feels right for you.

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