Tattoo Ideas for Girls Ears, Feet and Arms With Pictures
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Tattoos are now more popular than ever before with females. The choice of tattoo designs and tattoo artists are bountiful worldwide. You should always try to match the tattoo style you want with a talented artist that specialises in that style.
You will find a tattoo studio on nearly every street corner these days. It is imperative to have a quality tattoo artist work on your tattoo design. Do a little research on your artist, look at their portfolio, ask about or do some online stalking. Do your best to know what they can and cannot tattoo.
Tattoo artists often specialize in particular genres of tattoos. If you want a particularly intricate tattoo design in a certain style, consider traveling interstate to see someone. Once you have your new tattoo you will soon forget the extra costs.
You need to consider the size of the area you intend your new tattoo to go on. Also the natural shape and flow of the body. Be realistic, a detailed design will be difficult to execute on a small surface area or on a bumpy location.
Most importantly, cheap tattoos aren't good, and good tattoos aren't cheap!
Just like everything else in this world, you get what you pay for. In the long run, it's worth paying little extra money to have a quality tattoo that you like rather than one you hate. A tattoo artist who has a high fee generally has talent.
Following are some beautifully executed tattoo designs from some of the most talented artists around the world.
Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the photos. All are available for inspiration on girls earlobes, behind the ears, arms and the feet.
Tattoos behind and on the ear lobe itself are low on the pain scale. There isn't a lot of extra flesh behind the ear, when a tattoo is done on the ear lobe it vibrates on the tight muscles of the neck.
For a tattoo to be done an earlobe, the tattoo artist needs to be technically skillful with small design and details. Considering ear tattoos are very small, a steady hand and vast amount of experience is required.
The ear tattoo is not always easily covered when you want to hide your tattoos. Outer lobes will continually pop through any hair used to hide them. Tattoos behind the ear can be covered with scarves and collars. These tattoos, however tiny, will always be on show to the public. Due to its location you will often forget its existence because you can't readily see it when looking at yourself in the mirror.
Arm and Sleeve Tattoo'sClick thumbnail to view full-size
The outer arm is one of the least sensitive areas of the body to get a tattoo. Whereas the inner parts of the arm both top and bottom, reach the intense pain level.
The inner parts of your arm, particularly the inner top, are fleshy and have a lot of nerves and veins close to the skins surface. These fleshy body parts swell and bruise. Infection is common due to exposure to contaminates occurring, while going about day to day life.
Arguably, the arm would be the most tattooed area of the human body. Visibility, to both the owner and the public is high on the arm, also the canvas area is flat and medium sized, suitable for many designs.
When a person arm is 70% covered in tattoos, it is called a sleeve.
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Tattoos on the feet are right up there on the pain scale. Due to your skin technically being stretched directly over your foot bones and tendons, minus muscle and fleshy meat in between, has been known to be exceedingly painful.
Healing a tattoo on the foot can be a little more tedious than others. Due to the constant, repeated need to walk, the fresh foot tattoo is always moving impeding healing.
Footwear is also another factor that affects the healing of a foot tattoo. You will need to find some form of footwear that does not rub any area of the tattoo. Ideally, barefoot is the answer as much as possible. Consider thongs, ballet slippers, tie on shoes as other options.
Average length of time to get tattoo
1 - 2 hours
$100 - $200
3 - 12+ hours
$350 - $3000
3 - 5 hours
$350 - $800
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Whether you decide to get your first or fiftieth tattoo on your ear, arm or foot or change your mind as you walk in and go with your chest, legs, back, fingers, neck or torso - love what you get. Take the time to find a design you will enjoy looking at forever.
Once you've finished in the studio, follow informed aftercare procedures to avoid infection.
Tattoo artists are an awesome bunch, but like any other group or profession in the world, there are those who shouldn't hold a tattoo machine. Check your artist out, see what they've chosen to show in their portfolio - what they consider their best work.
Most of all, enjoy your tattoo experience and find your dream tattoo.
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