The age old art of being tattooed is getting a resurgence in popularity all around the globe. Whether itâ€™s a celebrity, a star or a professional ball player, everyone seems to be stricken with tattoo fever. But when it comes to Foot Tattoos, they have become a fad that doesn’t look like it is going to go away or become outdated any time soon. The foot is an excellent part of the body to get a tattoo done on it.
They look awesome, but getting a tattoo on the foot can be painful as the skin lacks the subcutaneous fat and the bone is very close to the skin. These tattoos enhance the foot, which is considered to be a body part that is fairly dull and some people even consider the foot to be a pretty gross area of the body. However, tattoos on the foot can make the foot really stand out and be considered beautiful.
Tattoos serve various interests and disinterests. However, a study showed that Foot Tattoos are mainly preferred by women and girls which is a way of showing off their personality. Women seem to be gravitating towards the foot for tattooing purposes. The selection of the design is the most important thing for getting a tattoo done. As a wacky tattoo can spoil your skin and your personality as well. A good design gives you an appropriate look which you desire and add some sort of mystique to it. Most suitable designs for the foot are Celtic knots and braids. They look really wonderful and they definitely have the ability to catch the eye.
As you can see by the list above, there are a slew of design options you have when getting a foot tattoo. You can go for a small tattoo or you can go for a larger tattoo with bold lines. Either way, foot tattoos are very easily concealed. That way, you can choose whenever you want for your tattoo to be visible and whenever you want to conceal it from the public.
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