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What does Your Tattoo Say about You

The tattoo can tell you a lot about your personality and tattoo placement shouldn't be a random choice or just placed on the body because it makes you look like a punk or stud. Each and every tattoo placed on you define your personality. Read on why, and to educate the person or friend of you are thinking of getting a tattoo, make sure to share this information with them.

When you see a tattoo on someone, the first things you may start wondering and ask is, "What does it mean?" The person with the tattoo will likely tell you the deeper meaning behind the art permanently written on their skin, but the meaning of the tattoo goes far beyond what the tattoo is.

Let first get to know the word tattoo was actually originated from the Tahitian word “tatu” which means “to mark something”. And nowadays, there is a trend to get inked!

But do you know each and every tattoo has a different meaning? So there are some tattoos which are perfect and they carry a message which might define a part of your soul. Once you place a tattoo on your body, some may call you an outlaw, a weirdo or a freak. This scenario is pretty much new, but tattoos aren't.

However, in recent years, with the help of the internet, tattoos have become a lot more widely accepted in the mainstream. With this popularity and acceptance, comes celebration. People are much more likely to get a “work of art” tattooed. They want something they can proudly show off to friends and strangers alike. This has become a fashion statement in today’s world.
But most importantly, when it comes to a tattoo's longevity, take into consideration how much sun exposure the area might receive. "While you can always protect your tattoos with sunscreen, it may be a good idea to choose an area of your body that's usually covered up by clothes if you want your ink to stay looking fresh for years to come and protect from other harmful chemicals.
Here are a few of the best parts on the body when it comes to the longevity of a tattoo.

A tattoo on your ribs that doesn't extend too far out towards your abdomen is a good location and decent looking.

Since the skin on the shoulders and calves isn't as affected by aging, tattoos in these areas tend to stay longer than expected.

A serious tattoo on the forearm says that the person is strong and tough. If the tattoo is sweet and girly, it means that the person might look tough on the outside, but they’re really emotional deep inside.

The nape of the neck is a popular place for girls who want to hide it with their hair whenever they want and expose it when they want. They want the freedom to change their opinion and get away without the consequences. However, a tattoo on the lower back side of the neck has a different symbolism. It shows that the person is risky and not afraid to make brave choices.

These tattoos tend to be sweet and small, often hidden and not too much exposed. People with a tattoo behind the ear are free spirits. However, they are careful not to be too exposed. They want to show it off, but also want to have the choice to hide it if they want to.

Depending on the size, this tattoo placement represents a symbol of something really important to the individual. The large tattoo close to the heart means the tattoo symbolizes something dear to the person.
Something small symbolizes a life event that ended and left an impact on the person. Men with chest tattoos are also confident. This placement has a different meaning when it comes to women. A chest tattoo on a girl represents a symbol of love and it often has a romantic meaning.

Girls usually choose wrists for a tattoo. They are girls who want to be different and have a “unique” tattoo but are not bold enough to have a larger tattoo that is more visible. However, they will use every moment to show it off – on pictures or by playing with the hair.

Finger tattoos are not so common, so the person having it is probably unique, but also futuristic. They are bold because they are not afraid to show off their tattoo even in their professional life.

If you're always out in the sun, you may want to avoid getting a tattoo on your outer arm, and instead, choose a more protected spot. Certain places on the body are more painful to tattoo, which may be a concern for you. Take a look at the following suggestions for making that permanent tattoo on a positive note.
The right spot can make your tattoo look its absolute best while also enhancing your physique in the most attractive way. The scale of your design should be the first consideration when placing your tattoo. Getting is a complicated and also confusing decision without thinking about what will happen to the ink mark 10, 20, or 40 years from now. But you're getting a piece of artwork on your living and changing the body, so thinking about how aging might affect your tattoo is actually really important.
Every tattoo represents a symbol, sign and deep meaning of personal experience, story, or a deep down buried feeling. However, it turns out that there is symbolism in the placement of the tattoo, as well. The tattoo placement says a lot about the person. Choosing the left side, the arm or the back is not completely a random choice, but it has meaning by itself.
Half sleeve means the guy wants to have a career, but also show his creativity.
When the guy has a full sleeve, he is probably not trying to have a typical job or career, but rather tries to live by his own rules.
Ultimately, the meaning behind a tattoo is entirely subjective and depends on the person whose skin under which it sits. Perhaps you have a deeply personal connection to it or otherwise popular tattoo symbol.
Tattoos help us realize ourselves. Because of this they give us confidence and make us feel more capable of being ourselves. Therefore they boost our personality traits, they can even help us improve our self and self-esteem. Some people have been known to get tattoos, symbolizing traits they want to embody. Yet these changes still come from the individual. They do not magically appear, because a person gets a certain tattoo.
I hope this post, was interesting to read and We’d love to hear more about your experiences and types of tattoo which you personally prefer to be part of your body.