Archive for November, 2010

Pink Tattoos

Posted in Music Stars, Pink Tattoos on November 30, 2010 by tattooexpo

Starting from the top down, here is what is known to be just a partial list of Pink’s tattoos:

  • A tribal musical note behind her left ear
  • A bar code reading “1 9879-11299-1 3” on the back of her neck
  • On her left shoulder, a guardian angel
  • On her left arm: a portrait of her dog Elvis, the words “Sir Corky Moore” and a date, a broken heart on the inside of her left elbow
  • A razor blade on her left wrist (inside)
  • A red star on her left hand
  • On her right wrist: the words “What Goes Around Comes Around”, and the words “True Love”
  • A symbol for love and a red heart on her lower stomach
  • On her left leg: dragon on her thigh, the words “Mr. Pink” on her inner thigh, a Japanese symbol for good luck on ankle
  • A Japanese symbol for happiness, a frog and two other unknown symbols on her left foot
  • On her left and right big toes: a red heart on each
  • Dog tags representing her brother and dad on her right ankle
  • A Chinese symbol representing infinity above her right ankle

Of course it is believed there may be more ink on Pink’s body, but these are the tats that are confirmed.




Scarlett Johansson Tattoos

Posted in Models, Movie Stars on November 30, 2010 by tattooexpo
Scarlett Johansson tattoos are beautiful, just like her. The sun over the sea tattoo on her arm reflects her personality and her beauty: radiant like the sun and romantic like the sea at sunset.

Did you like Scarlett Johansson tattoos? then have a look at all the other celebrity tattoos, some of them are really amazing (either too beautiful or just atrociously awful ;) )




Sexy Girl Tattoo

Posted in Sexy Girl Tattoo on November 29, 2010 by tattooexpo
Sexy Girl Tattoo
Sexy Girl Tattoo
The right kind of tattoo on a girl can be incredibly sexy. Here are some important points when going for a sexy girl tattoo:
1. What kind of design? A sexy girl tattoo should be something erotic, exotic, and even a little dangerous looking. What you should not get is something “cute”, like a rose or some common type of girl tattoo. The design that stands out is going to be strong and sexy. You can still bring femininity into your tattoo by adding other elements around it. For instance a dragon tattoo on a female can be very sexy, while you can then add in surrounding stars or small flowers to accentuate feminine qualities, while remaining sexy and dangerous.

Sexy Girl Tattoo

Sexy Girl Tattoo

2. Where to get your female sexy tattoo? Areas that accentuate a sexy tattoo are upper arms, upper back, and upper thigh areas. Other areas may work well also, but one area to avoid is the lower back. While this area has been viewed as a sexy place to get your female tattoo, it’s been played out and become too much of a trend. Now slang terminology has emerged referring to female low back tattoo’s as “tramp stamps”. So instead of “sexy”, low back tattoo’s have turned into trendy and unoriginal.
3. How large? Generally sexy female tattoo’s tend to be bigger, which contributes to their strong, stand out look. Again, a small tattoo tends to be more “cute” than sexy. Whereas a larger tattoo stands out and can be much more elaborate, sexy and “dangerous looking”. It need not be a large mural filling up your whole back, but an above average sized tattoo tends to be the sexiest.

Dragon Tattoos

Posted in Dragon Tattoos on November 29, 2010 by tattooexpo
Dragon Tattoos
Dragon Tattoos

Dragons have been forged into an art that has flourished into thousands of dragon tattoo designs. They have appeared on the arms of men and has embellished the backs of many as a full cover tattoo. Women has also fancied the dragon tattoos as well, tattooing their bodies with tribal dragons, fantasy and cute dragon tattoos, like those depicted in fairy-tales. The symbol of the mighty and powerful beast has been a part of the tattooing designs for decades and it still continues today.
Dragons are mythical creatures of past folklore and legends. They have had a part in stories of fairy-tales, movies and books throughout our history. The myth of dragons believed they once roamed this vast world and many legends can be discovered throughout many cultures. Each culture having their own knowledge about them and are commonly known as being fierce, powerful and mighty. But dragons can also be revered as being respectable and that of good nature. As with some cultures, they are regarded as being a symbolic representation for good luck and good fortune.
Because of the widespread of dragon fables and the symbolic representation that they carry, numerous people have decided to get tattoos of dragons. In many civilizations dragon tattoos have been a part of their body-art designs for ages. Adorning their skin with the mighty image of a dragon, the dragon tattoos have grown in popularity very much in the same fashion the legends have spread.
The designs are very popular among men but women are just as fascinated and captivated by the designs just as much. The dragon designs are overwhelming and have many styles and ways of being interpreted onto the skin. Tattoo designs of fantasy dragons, Japanese, Chinese, Celtic and many others have bought to life, this magnificent creature of our past. Many people have tattooed the image for the symbolic meanings behind them and some, for its pure majestic looks.
Dragon tattoo designs have become so popular it is sometimes considered as the first tattoo to get by most men. The tattoo of dragons seem to have a positive and negative side to them. They can be symbolize as strength and power and at the same time be considered mischievous and destructive. Regardless dragon tattoos are a favorite design many people choose to consider.

If you’d like some ideas for a tattoo of your own. Feel free to take a look at some pictures of dragon tattoos to procure some thoughts and get your imagination flowing. Good luck in discovering your new tattoo design.

Sexy Hot Tribal Tattoos

Posted in Sexy Hot Tribal Tattoos on November 29, 2010 by tattooexpo
Sexy Hot Tribal Tattoos
Sexy Hot Tribal Tattoos
The rib and foot area are the two most painful parts of the body to get tattooed yet they are still the top picks of women nowadays when it comes to tattoo locations. They seem to be the new replacement for lower back tattoos especially because of the fact that that area has been labeled as a “tramp stamp”.
Megan Star is the most popular sexy celebrity to have tattoos on the rib. She has a textual theme with with the phrase “there was once a girl who never knew love until a boy broke her heart” written down on her rib cage. A lot of women seem to be following her lead as phrases, verses and quotations inked on the ribs seem to be becoming the new trend nowadays. Since the rib cage is a big canvas to work on, there is ample space enough to accommodate larger tattoo theme like these. Other popular designs for rib tattoos for girls and women are flowers such as cherry blossom, lotus and lilies.
Foot tattoos was once an unpopular choice when it comes to tattoo locations because of the risks involved. For one, there are a lot of nerve endings on these area and there are less tissues to cushion the skin during the tattooing process. Nowadays, this does not seem to matter anymore as a lot of professional tattoo artists are able to adjust to this conditions considering the high demand for this type of tat theme. Women love wearing sexy footwear such as stilettos and sandals and what better way to accentuate this by sporting a decorated foot with designs such as flowers, butterflies, stars and zodiac symbols.

Japanese Tattoo Designs

Posted in Japanese Tattoo Designs on November 27, 2010 by tattooexpo
When a country has conjured-up one of the most amazing styles of body art around, how on earth can it be so idiotic as to ban it? This is a question that tattoo enthusiasts have been deliberating over for a number of decades now, but luckily for us, this style has broken out of the Far East and has made it to our shores.
Japanese tattoo designs really do make for some of the most impressive pieces of body art you are ever likely to see; Fact! The use of color and black and grey shading will grab anyone’s attention and as this style is so versatile, it will look great when applied to any part of the body.

Japanese Tattoo Designs

One of the main central themes is dragons. These legendary beasts always include very detailed work: literally down to the last scale on the dragon’s body. The dragons will often be colored with very vibrant shades which will then be surrounded by plenty of panelling or swirls. A black background helps to make the central feature stand out.
Other popular features include Geisha girls and coy fish. Coy fish look especially great as a forearm piece and are even more effective when surrounded by Japanese wave patterns. Include some water lilies within this design and you will have a fashionable and awesome Japanese piece to treasure.
Traditionally, before the style of tattooing was banned in Japan, body art was often taken to the extreme of a complete body suit. As it is becoming more and more acceptable to get heavily tattooed today, many people turn to these styles for extensive work.
Japanese designs are very masculine in appearance and usually make for the best larger pieces. They can be found as smaller designs and always look better on men. If you are looking for a feminine piece, it is usually a good idea to dispense with the extensive background panelling.
John Clifford has now made it easy for you to find your own tattoo. You’ll find the best Japanese designs on his website.

Japanese Dragon Tattoos – Tips for Finding the Perfect Japanese Dragon Tattoo

Posted in Japanese Dragon Tattoos on November 27, 2010 by tattooexpo
Don’t get Japanese Dragon Tattoos until you read this. After reading this short article, you will be more well informed and able to make a better choice when selecting your Design.
Let’s begin. The dragon has long been an important symbol in Japanese mythology. The Japanese dragon is a fascinating creature with the head of a camel, eyes of a hare, horns of a deer, scales of a carp, paws of a tiger, and claws of an eagle. Additionally, Japanese dragons also commonly have long whiskers and a jewel under its chin.
Japanese Dragon TattoosJapanese Dragon Tattoos

Many people are attracted to the allure of these mystical creatures, but few people truly know what they symbolize. Japanese dragons, like their Chinese counterparts, are distinct from Western dragons. Whereas in Western culture they are depicted as evil and malevolent, dragons in Japanese Mythology are viewed as guardians of the imperial families. For this reason, many people chose the Japanese dragon to serve as a guardian and protector. In Japan, a dragon is normally called “Ryu” (You might recall Ryu from Street Fighter). These mythical beasts command a high level of respect since it is believed that the first emperor of Japan was descended from a dragon. In Japan, these creatures are also viewed as gods of lighting and thunder.
Popular locations for Japanese dragon tattoos include full back and upper arm designs. For upper arm designs, the dragon typically wraps around the arm, with the head extending onto the chest or back region. This however should not limit your decision on where to place this tattoo. The style and location of your design should be personal and unique, as these factors will ultimately determine the meaning of your tattoo.
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