Tuesday, February 8, 2011


. Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Tattoos are increasingly popular. Tattoos have became a part of the fashion world. Fans even more women. According to the survey, more than 60 percent of tattoo enthusiasts are women.

In addition to tattoo designs and ideas, the tattooed body parts become more diverse. Even the tattoo on her private parts, is now considered commonplace and reinforce the impression section.

Before you decide to have tattoos, first know the following things.

1. The types of tattoos

Amateur tattoo
Amateur tattoos are tattoos that are made or by a friend with ink, charcoal, or other coloring materials are inserted into the skin using a needle. Tattoos of this type are very unhygienic and vulnerable to infection.

Cultural tattoo
The second type is a cultural tattoo. These tattoos are usually applied as a marker of a particular tribe or magical elements. For example, the Dayak Iban in West Kalimantan who wore tattoos as a marker of the clan and repellent all sorts of dangers and diseases.

Professional Tattooing
While a professional tattoo is a tattoo made by tattoo artists using tools commonly referred to as "tattoo gun". In addition to a permanent bloom now offer temporary tattoo that can last for two weeks.

Cosmetic tattooing
There is also a cosmetic tattooing is used as permanent makeup, such as tattoo eyebrow or lip tattoo. Although called permanent, but the tattoo ink will fade after a long time so need to be repeated in the period of some time.

Medical Tattoos
This is the kind of tattoos are made by medical reasons. Usually used by patients with chronic diseases so that when emergency conditions occur, immediate medical officer to know medical history. Doctors also usually get a tattoo to mark a specific place to facilitate the replication of therapy, eg radiation therapy.

2. Risk of infection
Tattoos and body piercing is one way transmission of hepatitis viruses. This condition is caused mainly by the use of un-sterile equipment or be used interchangeably. In addition to hepatitis A and C, non-sterile needles are also the source of HIV transmission. Other infections that may occur is an infection of the skin.

Beware of the risk of allergies. People who have a particular pigment tattoo ink allergies are usually vulnerable. Allergies can be caused itching, swelling, or skin blistering due to inflammation. Parties to the FDA (Food and Drug Administration), U.S., prohibit the use of henna for tattoos because it can cause allergic reactions. In the U.S., henna is only allowed to hair coloring.

3. Erasable
Although made permanent, a tattoo can actually be removed. although the ink can be removed, but the skin still unable to return to its original state, either color or smoothness. There are three types of methods to remove tattoos, namely by cutting the skin, dermabrasion, or laser. Laser is the safest method and is recommended by doctor. Removing a tattoo is painful because it would be better not to tattoo, let your beautiful skin is.


Spica said...

Whoaaaaa, cool tatoo :-o

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