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Looking For A Discreet Or Unique Place To Put Your Tattoo?

Date: 1/4/17

While tattoos have certainly become far more mainstream in the last two decades, your profession may require you to be a bit more discreet. Alternatively, maybe you don’t want all of your friends and family to know. Not to worry, because you can still get the ink you love, without worry of explaining your decision to colleagues, clients, or family.

 

Back And Torso Tattoos

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If tattoos are a concern at work, then your back and torso should be a safe place to put your tattoo. Just keep the design a few inches below the neckline, and be mindful when wearing sheer or light-coloured tops. This might not work with family and friends, especially if you hit the beach or pool together.
 
Legs And Feet

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Feet might not be the first place that comes to mind when getting inked, but there are some creative designs that won’t make if feel like you are sacrificing art for a physical location. Legs might be an option too, but won’t work for everyone. If you wear shorts, skirts, and dresses often—then you will need to consider something from the knee up.
 
Cover It Up, And Get Inked Almost Anywhere You Want

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If your heart is set on a more visible location, like your forearm, neck, face, or chest—you can get creative. Between clothing, and makeup designed to cover up tattoos, you might be able to make it work. Just keep in mind, that makeup application will be fast and easy for small designs—and more of a commitment for larger designs, like sleeves.
 
Last but certainly not least, why not find a career that allows you to be who you are? There are many young and modern companies who embrace authenticity and creativity, even in their top executives. When it comes to disapproving family, they just might surprise you. In the meantime, the tips above will help.

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Let Tattoo Shops Brisbane Help You Pick a Style

Date: 31/1/17

So, you’ve decided that you want to get a tattoo, but now what? Of course, you have to find a timeless design, but you must also consider the style of tattoo you desire. Just as with all methods of art, tattoo artists specialise in specific styles—so, knowing the style you want will help you decide on what tattoo shop and which artist to conjure up your custom design.

 

Ancient And Tribal

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Ancient and tribal designs are the original works of tattoo art. These designs are often body art, that contour and shape to your natural form. They are almost always done in black and can be inspired by tribes and cultures from around the world. Perfect for sleeves, and intricate contouring.

 

Japanese

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Japanese tattoos are also perfect if you are looking for a full arm, leg, back, or full body designs. These intricate covers are inspired by ancient hand carved works, and feature a variety designs in one.

 

Old School

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Looking for a flat design? Maybe of your favourite childhood cartoon character, or a classic eagle or heart? Old school tattoos are often outlined in black, and most are colourful.

 

Neo-Traditional

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If you like the look of Old School tattoos, but want a bit more detail—or more of a modern touch, neo-traditional is the way to go. Still outlined in black, but feels more unique than their predecessor.

 

Watercolour

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Just like its name indicates, watercolour tattoo styles look like this distinct method of painting, but are done in permanent ink.

 

Realism

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Realism is a method of tattooing lifelike fine art. Even if the design itself is not intricate, the detail in the colour shading requires far more time, skill, and attention to detail.

 

Portraits

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If you are looking for a lifelike portrait of someone you love or admire, portraits are the way to go. Nothing like our grandpa’s portrait tattoos, as today’s portrait artists shade and contour to create a stunning design that looks exactly like the photo of your beloved.

 

Grey And Black Wash

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Just because a tattoo is black or grey, doesn’t mean it can’t be layered or intricate. Just like artists who can work wonders with black chalk or a number 2 pencil, grey and black wash tattoo artists can create multi-dimensional designs. From geometric shapes, to fantasy, horror, mystical, nature, and more!

These are just a handful of general tattoo styles you have to choose from. Also, keep in mind that each artist has a unique style and flare. Tattoo Shops Brisbane keeps our eye on our local artists and innovators, making sure you can find the perfect artist to ink the design of your dreams.

 

 

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