Tattoos have been around on our bodies long before you think. There are remains that indicate that this practice was carried out for thousands of years. Gone are the times when having marks on the skin was the thing of convicts, mafia, yakuzas or lonely sailors.
Until not long ago, people harshly prejudged all those who decided to paint their skin. Today, it is much more widespread than we think and we are no longer scared that our doctor, our boss or your teacher has a tattoo on their body. What's more, it is a more widespread practice than I thought, in the US it is estimated that one in four people has at least one tattoo on their skin. But are tattoos elegant? It is obvious that people in the world of fashion that we consider great gurus of the sector do not disgust a good tattoo. For yours to have that elegant point, follow our little tips:
Tips to get a good tattoo
- Choose a design that you won't get tired of easily. No bridal names that in a few years you will regret and you will be crossing out as the shopping list. Pick something that you either love or have a special meaning for you.
- There are some areas of the body that are not very advisable for tattooing. The face is totally forbidden! Keep in mind that there are parts of your skin that if you work in a suit or in a job that tattoos are not allowed, they should not be shown. Choose strategic areas.
- If you have decided to take the big step of marking your skin, don't put yourself in anyone's hands. There are now true masters of ink who use our skin as canvases that turn our body into true works of art.
Many of these great tattoo artists are world famous as the case of the North American Ami james known for his show Miami Ink. The versatile tattoo artist raises passions, creating long lines to get an appointment at his studio. As part of his multidisciplinary profile, there is his facet as a designer. This Autumn-Winter season he has joined forces with Hummel to launch together with his company Tattoodo a unique and original collection.. His signature is present both in the famous sports shoes and in a line of casual and sports clothing, affirming once again that the tattoo world is more fashionable than ever.