When someone gets up the courage to get their first tattoo, the first question that they always ask is, “does getting a tattoo hurt?” And the answer will always be that yes, getting a tattoo hurts. Now that the pain inquiry is out the way, the next question is what kind of tattoo does the person want and where are they getting the tattoo.
Deciding on where a tattoo goes is just as important as to what design the tattoo will be. Whether it is small butterfly on the ankle to a full tribal pattern like some of the men’s tribal tattoos at BullsEyeTattoos.com, a tattoo should always be a reflection of what lies inside the person getting the tattoo. A tattoo should always be a conscious reflection of the self and what the self wants to say to the world. If a person seeking a tattoo is doubtful of the tattoo itself, then they need to take a step back and really come back when they are confident about the tattoo.
Remember, a tattoo tells the world something tangible about your personality. It is the first thing a person will see and they will quickly make a judgment about who you are by the work displayed on your skin. If there is a chance that the tattoo will make those around you angry or offends friends and co-workers, then there is a good chance that the particular tattoo is not right for the world you live in. The most common tattoo mistake is those that choose to get the name of a partner or lover on their flesh. While relationships are never permanent, a tattoo is meant to be there forever, so choose carefully what you put on your flesh.