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Announcement: Girls Tattoos – The Absolute Hottest & Sexiest sites to visit.

October 21st, 2009 No comments

Hi All,

My name is Anna and i’m 23 and live in London. For quite a while i’ve been looking into the whole tattoos scene with obvious interest in girls tattoos. About a year ago i decided that i wanted a girls tattoo but like most first timers had many questions and doubts about getting a tattoo that was going to stay with me for the rest of my life. I loved many of the tattoos that i’ve seen on other girls – they look real cool & sexy – just what i desired to have but i decided that if i was going to go through with it then i needed questions answered.

So these were some of my major questions that needed answering:

  • The biggy – what Cool & Sexy Tattoo do i get ?
  • The next biggy – Where on my body should it go ?
  • Do I go little and discreet ?
  • Do I be brave and go larger and bolder ?
  • What Tattoo Studio or tattoo artist should i trust to do this to me ?
  • What if i make a mistake ?
  • Where is the best place to look at tattoo designs ?
  • Where is the best place to get tattoo flashes to take to my chosen artist ?
  • Where can i get girls tattoos inspiration from ?

Well in order to answer these and other questions I decided to do my research and looked at all the major girls tattoos sites I could find on the web.

Well these are my Top 2 Sites and why I liked them – Don’t bother wasting your time with any of the others

Chopper Tattoo

Chopper-Tattoo.com is the other site I would recommend to you if you are looking for the best tattoo designs available – this site is all about the designs and claims to have the number one gallery on the Web. It has about 3800 catagorized designs that are all of top quality – no fillers here. You get a fully customizable lettering section offering countless options and ideas that is really great. You find your design, click and print – then off to the parlour to get inked. With your membership you get a free Inked magazine and a huge music download Bonus valued at $297 thrown in.

Chopper Tattoo is not as fully featured as Tattoo me Now but does offer excellent value for some of the best tattoo designs you could find.



Tattoo Me Now

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This is another fantastic site and worth every penny I paid. Once again there are are a few really useful parts to this site. Obviously the Design Gallery is your first stop and although there are only about half the designs of the Print My Tattoo site, if like me your looking for girls tattoos then the 3,500 designs they have are more than enough to get you on your way to choosing your tattoo. The ability to combine more than one tattoo design more than makes up for the reduction in number of designs e.g. you may want to add some lettering to a heart or cupid tattoo design or combine two cool girls tattoos into one awsome custom design – you get the picture i’m sure.

Ok the next really cool bit about the site is their members gallery – it’s truly awesome and it is here that you can get some real inspiration as to what tattoos you think look cool & Sexy and what turns you off. It was here that i got my personal inspiration for my tattoo – but i actually found my tattoo flash on a different site – so it goes to show if your serious about getting some ink done then don’t rush into the first thing you think will look cool – look around, get some ideas from different places – after all this is going to be with you a long time !

Other sections are a Forum where you can post your questions and get your feedbackthere are loads of members on this forum so it’s a great place to visit. Yet another really cool feature is the Video Vault with tattoo related videos in 12 different categories including TV shows, documentaries and funny stuff as well.

Well to sum up – This site has it all40 Design categories, 38 members gallery categories, 12 Tattoo Video categories, a Forum AND i almost forgot the Studio Directory with over 10,000 studios in 38 countries. If you can only afford to join one site then i would recommend this one – without hesitation.

I hope you have found my review of my top sites informative and would love to have your comments. Over the next week or so i shall be adding a few pages on the sites that in my opinion do not offer those looking for girls tattoos very good value for money for the content on offer.

I am also sorting out some FREE TATTOO DESIGNS, FREE TATTOO EBOOKS to download and a GALLERY so please bookmark this page or click my RSS feed for updates.

As soon as i have worked out how to do it i’ll have it uploaded.

Good luck with your search for your perfect tattoo.

Anna xxx

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Why do so many people assume that young girls with tattoos are just following trends and will regret it later?

January 27th, 2011 No comments

Personally, I don’t have one, but I’m contemplating it.

I’ve heard so many people say, "Oh, it’s just a fad, and you’ll regret it in 10 years." I know many girls my age {20} or slightly older that have tattoos they love. They did not get them because they wanted to jump on the bandwagon, but because the tattoos were special and meaningful to them. I also know many women {ages 30-60} with tattoos they got in their early 20’s who say they wouldn’t be the same without them and don’t regret them in the slightest.

Why do so many people assume that tattoos= future regret?

the people who say that are idiots

they are just cynical…

they think, that because they dont like tattoos, they are ‘not following a trend’
when actually, there is no trend… tattoos are for those who really want one

im getting one soon! and im not gunna regret it

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Where can I find some really sexy tattoo designs for girls?

January 27th, 2011 No comments

It’s great to get you started, but when you start to get ideas, draw up your own. Or have a tattoo artist draw one for you. Tattoos should be unique. I would die if I saw someone with the same tattoos as me. I’m very proud of them, and have drawn them all myself.

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Most Popular Girls Tattoos

February 18th, 2010 No comments

Most Popular Girls Tattoo Designs

Tattoos are now at their height of popularity and now all sorts of people from all walks of life have them. Over the last 25 years there has been a massive shift in the way tattoos are perceived and they are no longer looked down on as a lower class stamp – although that will never change with certain parts of society.

Now people – and especially girls are getting more and more tattoos than ever and unlike days gone by when it was often a spur of the moment thing during a big night out, rolling into the tattoo studio and choosing one they like the look of off the wall, the tattoo that someone is going to have is being researched and chosen well in advance of their inking and the Internet has had a massive part to play in this.

The Internet has also had a massive impact in resurgence of  tribal cultures and ancient forms of tattoo art and practices such as Japanese tebori, Maori ta moko and Polynesian ta tau to an increasingly fascinated audience.  As a result there has been unprecedented interest in ancient forms of tattoo and tattoo designs.

More and more people are now looking for a tattoo that is symbolic or has a personal meaning to them and that is why so many people are asking for word translations in Japanese kanji, Hindu or Arabic scripts. The result is that tattoo styles are changing and the old historical styles that have been around for thousands of years are having a resurgence of popularity – but thats not to say that beautiful picture girls tattoos are not popular too as most girls also want something pleasing to the eye inked on their body.

This is what I have found to be the most popular girls tattoos at the moment:

Top 10 Most Popular Girls Tattoos

Nautical star tattoos tattoos are popular tattoo designs.

1. Star Tattoos

2. Angel & Fairy tattoos

3. Tribal Tattoos – Tribal tattoos have been been practiced in one form or another for millenia and their current popularity show no sign of slowing down. Included in this category of tribal tattoos are Maori tattoos, Polynesian and Haida style of tattoos.

4. Flower Tattoos – Flower tattoo designs can represent a timeless symbol of beauty and again are a popular choice of tattoo design particularly amongst girls.

5. Celtic Tattoos – In the past few years Celtic tattoos have experienced a massive revival with the history of the Celtic people going back thousands of years.

6. Bird Tattoos

7. Lower Back Tattoos – Although not a tattoo style or symbol as such it still has been a hugely popular style of tattoo. Even been tagged with derogatory names such as ‘tramp stamp’ it shows no sign of going away just yet!

8. Butterfly Tattoos – Their beauty and appeal have ensured that not only are butterflies a hugely requested especially by females but they have become a mainstay for the past number of years.

9. Kanji Tattoos – A massive number of people are asking for certain words and names to be translated into Chinese or Japanese scripts. Even with highly publicized errors going around online with kanji script tattoos there is an increasing amount of people getting them done.

10. Black and Gray Tattoos – Black and gray tattoos are generally believed to have started in prisons in the United States but have evolved into a popular style of tattoo. Certain tattoo artists specialize in this style and have become well known for this style.

This list is far from definitive and is based on the amount of searches done for certain design styles along with what is popular in todays female tattoo culture and should only be regarded as a snap shot of what is popular at the moment.

Obviously there are hundreds of other tattoo designs not listed and some tattoo designs see sudden surges in popularity because a certain celebrity is seen with it and then the focus shifts and that design then falls back to its natural popularity again.

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Ultra Violet Girls Tattoos (Black Light Ink)

January 27th, 2010 No comments

UV Ink – Black Light Ink

New to the tattoo scene – UV Ink has been used on humans for about 10 years but only recently turned into a tattoo pigment and used for tattooing.
UV or black light ink glows in the dark especially when put under UV light like you would find in a night club. There are some awesome girls tattoos using UV ink.
They can come in colour but the white ink is not really visable to the naked eye under normal light conditions although the scar outline can be seen.
Is UV Ink Safe ?
To establish if the ink is safe you need to know what it is made from.
There are two leading types of UV ink available:
The first one was used for marking animals and fish so they could be followed in the wild throughout the night and is made from Polymethylmethacrylate 97.5% and micro spheres of fluorescent dye 2.5% suspended in Ultra Violet sterilized, distilled water.
The second type of Black light Ink iss a photo luminescent pigment and includes alkaline earth aluminates in its ingredients. These can be very nasty toxic soft metals such as Barium, Beryllium, Radium and Strontium. These are all highly toxic to the human body and can lead to severe allergic reactions and even cancer.
There is no official research as yet as to whether this type of ink is safe to use in tattooing in the long term.

Does it look cool – Definately, girls tattoos in UV look real cool.
Would I personally have it done – maybe once they have defined what ink is safe.
I take no responsibility for the above information – if in doubt seek further clarification from a medical professional.
Anna x

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Girls Tattoos Removal Procedures

January 4th, 2010 No comments

Tattoo Removal

OK it is possible that at some time in the future you think to yourself that you have made a terrible mistake and you regret getting your beautiful girls tattoos and you want to know if there is anything you can do. Well there are several methods that are quite successful in removing your girly tattoos and I must point out that at no time should anyone try to remove their own tattoo – this is the job of a professional.

Laser Removal

This is currently the most common method of tattoo removal. This method usually involves 10 or more sessions over a period of time with breaks sometimes of several months between sessions and is quite expensive and can be very painful ( and you thought getting the tattoo was bad ) – but on the positive side it can be very successful depending on the age of the tattoo, you r skin pigmentation and the ink pigments used.

Tattoo pigments of Green, Red and Orange can be very difficult to remove.

Laser technology has advanced massively since the first lasers used in the 1970’s and not all lasers are equal – there are many types, Argon and  CO2 Lasers are the older versions now followed by, Q – switched ruby laser, Q-switched Nd:YAG laser and Q-switched alexandrite laser which is the most common and most expensive of the Q-Switched lasers and general consensus is that it causes less skin discoloration than the other types with the least chance of scarring although it must be stressed that there is always a high chance of scarring with when getting rid of your girls tattoos.

Injected Tattoo removal cream

Rejuvi is a product that is tattooed into your girly tattoo and is supposed to make the pigment rise to the surface of your skin and form a thick scab and when this comes off it takes the tattoo pigment with it. This is a new product and certainly in my opinion merits further investigation if indeed you ever wanted to get one of your girls tattoos removed.

Initial feedback is good with many reporting to have had their tattoo removed in a few sessions – there is still a risk of scarring even though the product states it is a minimal risk and there is also the risk of infection – but on the whole i personally think this is one to definitely look at – but that is only my opinion.

Abrasion

Probably the oldest method of tattoo removal and basically is where you rub the skin away using something abrasive like sandpaper or wire wool and although it can remove the ink, the scarring can be very bad as can the pain and infection – in my humble opinion, not good.

Burning The Tattoo

Using something like a solder iron or car cigarette lighter the skin is burned and blistered and the ink comes out with the blister – Again very painful and very bad scarring will occur with a high chance of infection – in my humble opinion, awful.

Acid Peeling

This is also quite an old method of tattoo removal and is only partially successful in the removal of tattoo inks.

In the early days sulphuric acid and tannic acid were injected into the skin and burnt it away and more recently a solution of trichloroacetic acid ( often used in tattoo removal creams ) has been used.

This method can remove the tattoo but leave scaring behind with lightened pigmentation and over use of this method can result in severe scarring.

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