But in fact, it is better to think 7 times and do once.
We are masters of our life and our own body too. And we are free to decorate it as we want. As you may guess, this conversation will be about tattoos. Many of you already done it, someone is still thinking about it. In a case connected with tattoo’s – do not rush. So, here is our list of the top 7 tattoos you should never get.
1. Names of a new boyfriend or girlfriend
It seems that to tell the whole world about your new love is a great idea. It may seem like a grand and romantic gesture, but you have not been with this person long enough to know whether this will continue in the future. Do not hurry with such signs, because life is unpredictable.
2. Crude jokes or images
Remember how certain jokes made you laugh when you were 15, but today they seem stupid. Imagine, what you will think about them at 45. Even such permanent concept as humor can change with time. Depending on the location and quality of course tattoos, it can be difficult to hide or hide if you start to regret it, so it’s best to avoid such tattoos.
3. Spontaneous tattoos
Tattoos on your body are forever, so think about what you want to sign. Something that might seem a great idea at the time of a bachelor party or a party in Vegas. But might not seem so terrific for a sober mind the next morning.
4. Tattoos that you don’t spell check
When it comes to ink, the auto-correction does not work. Make sure that you get any inscriptions that you double checked the writing and grammar. Believe me, this is very important.
5. Tribal tattoos
Tribal and Maori tattoos are very sacred and important to the cultures from which they originate. If you are not part of this culture, do not destroy the ancient tradition with trendy trends of the 21st century.
6. Tattoos in languages you don’t speak or understand
This is an absolute classic. How many people in America and the whole world walking proudly with the name of Chinese noodles on their shoulders! Make sure you know exactly what you are putting on your body.
7. Tattoos by people who aren’t professional tattoo artists.
Can you draw a straight line with a vibrating 1 lb barbell duct taped to a ballpoint pen? Probably not. Tattooing is not something that everyone can do. It takes a lot of training, patience, artistic talent and knowledge of sanitation laws to make for a good, clean and safe tattoo.
Indeed, the ideal option is for the tattoo to remain with you, your whole life. Yes, of course, there is another option. You can disguise the first tattoo, change it or even take advantage of tattoo removal procedures. But cover-ups can be really difficult and tattoo removal is painful, so it is important that you make smart decisions every time you make your choice.