Thursday, June 2, 2011

Lower Back Tattoo Designs For Women

Ever thought of possibly getting tattoo, or more specifically, a lower back tattoo design? There can be thousands of reasons you might want to get one. Admit it, getting a tattoo makes you really feel cool and overwhelming to other people. You might want to get a tattoo to impress people and show your friends that you are a tough guy since most people getting tattoos are tough guys. It may be for personal reasons also such as expressing or letting out your artistic side. You might want to let people know how artistic you to the point of using your own body as canvass.

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It may also be for personal reasons such as name tattoo designs where you engrave the name of a special someone or special something in your own body or choose a symbol or tattoo illustration which may have a significant relevance to an event or person in your life. Tattoos can also be a symbol of belonging or being part of a certain group. In some organizations such as the Yakuza in Japan and biker gangs usually seen in Western parts of the United States, tattoos symbolize membership or belonging in these gangs. It is used for identification of what organizational branch you belong to.


Now, if you are serious in getting the tattoo, in what body part would you put it? There are some extreme tattoo fanatics who put tattoos in almost every part of their body. If you are watching Ripleys Believe it or not or other bizarre shows, some people even go to the extent of tattooing their whole body to appear like cats, other animals, or even a cartoon character! Of course, not all of us are that extreme to go to that extent. Hence, there are only certain parts of the skin which are used for tattoos. The most common areas for skin tattoos are the arms, legs, the chest, the upper back, and the focus of this article which are lower back tattoo designs.

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You might ask, why should one put lower back tattoo designs when this part is usually hidden by a shirt? You might further ask, what is the point of getting a tattoo if other people cannot see and start to appreciate it? There are a number of reasons. First, not all people would want other people to see their tattoos. Since tattoos are usually stigmatized, meaning people wearing tattoos are usually criticized by society, many of them hide their tattoos. These people who criticize may be employers who dislike tattoos or even family members. However, when the person is out of the eyes of society, where he is in the beach for example, he can remove his shirt and impress everyone with lower back tattoo designs.

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Another reason is that lower back tattoo designs are usually used by women. Go to a tattoo parlour and the most common area for women tattoos are in the lower back. Why? Because it makes them looks sexy. Since it is just above the waist or the buttocks, lower back tattoo designs complement their curves and figure, most especially when they are wearing bikinis out in the beach or pool.

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Since lower back tattoo designs need to cover the whole lower back, the usual designs include tribal symbols or even name tattoos designs as these can be stretched and extended. However, getting a lower back tattoo design is usually one of the areas which hurt the most when getting the tattoo. Since it is near the spinal cord, the lower back is usually sensitive. So, in choosing a tattoo artist, look for someone experienced, who, due to his steady hands will lessen the pain. Once you get your lower back tattoo design, head to the beach and party!

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Hi, I am Gaylene Slater, the author of Living the Good Life in Love, Life and Family. Now here is something I do not do every day, but well and truly worth a look. No I don't personally have a tattoo, but I do have a teenage daughter whom does want one and rather than fight her I prefer to have a look around and see what is out there. If we can understand what tattoos really mean and find a spiritual or family meaning here well that makes a difference. Anyway good or bad, right or wrong here is an insight into tattoos

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