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Are you planning on getting a tattoo? Today tattoos are seen as an expression of personality rather than just decoration. Bodyart is becoming more and more common and many people love the idea of wearing a bit of art on their skin every day. Some people like large tattoos and cover their entire arms or legs with ink. There's no end of choice for subject matter either, everything from words to animals or other expressions relevant to the person getting the tattoo. A very popular tattoo is a small, intimate wrist tattoo. Here are some images to inspire you.
Truth be told, tattoos are kind of dangerous regardless of the body part you choose. Yet, some areas hurt more than others.
Do you genuinely want to do your very first wrist tattoo but don’t have any inspiration? Here is what you need to know about the most incredible wrist tattoo ideas, with their meanings and designs.
While talking about wrist tattoo ideas, the designs I recommended were quite generalistic. However, let’s mention that it is nice to have body art ink pieces on the wrist.
The wrist is one of the most visible parts of the human body and therefore having a tattoo on your wrist speaks a lot about your character. It is for this reason that wrist tattoos are common on both leading big shot celebrities and ordinary folks in a similar way. Well, what makes these tattoos so special to attract the attention of thousands of people?
Most tattoos are painful, especially those that are inscribed on places where the skin is thinner with little flesh to cushion the needle. It is therefore common to hear people talking about painful experience they underwent when they were being tattooed on their wrists. However, there are others who say the pain is less when tattooed on the wrist than in other body parts such as the thighs which has more flesh to cushion the needle. Whatever your experience, it is important to realize that tattooing any part of your body develops painful experience and necessary precautions should always be taken.
During the 1950’s and 60s when tattoos were yet to achieve mainstream acceptance, a tattoo on the wrist was identified by gays and lesbians. During those days having tattoos on the wrist area quite often resulted into stigmatization and hence very few straight people had the audacity to engrave them on their bodies. Nowadays the association of wrist and arm tattoos to gays and lesbians is not common but you never know what message you are sending to your tattoo admirers. Modern wrist area tattoos represent inspiration images that most wearers cannot do without.