Types of Wrist Tattoos

March 29, 2012 by  
Filed under Tattoo Tips

Planning our wrist tattoo is exceedingly important and requires meticulous consideration. It is quite trendy to get a wrist tattoo with a large amount of celebs selecting to get one. We must consider what’s best for us and not just copy what others have got. We’re all completely different in size and shape and as such some designs might not be as appropriate to one wrist as it is to another.

Designs may be too small or too large dependent on the size of the wrist. How will the design look and age with us it could be hip now but will it be cool in your sixties or seventies Consider the long term not simply the today. Before we go ahead we also need to think about what type of tattoo a motivational exclaiming on the wrist might be too big and look stupid. We could of course use Chinese or Arabic script to claim more in less space again I urge caution in making sure what we are saying will be acceptable for our children and for us in the future.

If we are rather more fascinated by designing our own tattoo we will be able to take some sizes and make a ridicule up and see what looks great. We will be able to use words and images only we’d like and which mean something special to us. When we are sure of what we need unless really gifted we should get a proffessional template drawn up to avoid any chages at the tattoo parlor Many mags have examples of the latest celebrity tattoo like Jessica Alba who’s got the sanskrit personality for the lotus flower. Gisele has an excellent star tattoo on her wrist and there are plenty of other great examples out there. All these will supply great examples of what is available to us.

There are that many designs occasionally this helps us to focus. Planning your design is the way to go get a template and if a writing tattoo a proper trranslation. Pissed impulses often lead directly to misspelt script and designs we regret.

It is prudent get a proper translation of any symbolic design as a little change can often totally change the intended meaning of your art work.

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