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Design Your Own Tattoo

Design Your Own Tattoo

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Design Your Own Tattoo Now
ven oug ere are mons o eren aoo esgns ou ere. you mg no ave any uc nng e one you wan o mae alifetime commitment to.When you are Ready toDesign your own Tattoo, you may be wondering where do istart?There are only 3 real options:
Firs
t is to find a qualified, talented tattoo artist that can sketch a design that matcheswhat you have in you mind. but most of the time it just doesn't come out the way youwant it.
Second
is to Design your own tattoo online if you aren't satisfied with the designs at thelocal tattoo shop.or what i have found out to work the best is the
3rd option:
 It combinds the first and second option together plus a whole lot more....itsTattooMeNow.comAtTattooMeNow.comyou have your own
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2011(16)
08/28 - 09/04Celtic Tattoos
08/21 - 08/28
08/14 - 08/21
08/07 - 08/14
07/31 - 08/07
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Make new friends with like-minded peopleHave your new friends help you out with your next tattoo!
Video Vault:
 Tattoo related videos in 12 categoriesEducational, Funny, Conventions, Documentaries, TV-shows & more..Rate, review & upload your own videosNew videos added regularlyIt has everything you need to help you through the whole process so you can easily Design your own tattoo now and have thatunique,one of a kind piece of meaningful art work that you will cherish for a lifetime .So Just ask yourself this.How much is an absolutely gorgeous tattoo that you
ll love for the rest of your life worth to you? Personally, my tattoos are worth somuch to me, I just can
t put a price tag on them. You owe it to yourself to Check outTattooMeNow.com.
Saturday, September 3, 2011
Celtic Tattoos
Celtic history goes back thousands and thousands of years. Early Celtic people were well known for their skills in artwork of jewelry,metal, and even weapons. They were warriors as well, regarded as fierce fighters by the Romans. Throughout Ireland, there are many
examples and evidence of Celtic artwork and Celtic crosses.Over the years, modern Celtics evolved and established symbols for themselves along the way.Throughout North America, Celtic people often wear these symbols to let others know that they are
a Celtic descent. The symbols and knowledge have been passed down through the years, asthere is little no written history. Tattooing however, keeps the Celtic tradition alive with the
infamous Celtic cross and other popular Celtic designs.Most Celtic tattoo designs come from Ireland, where the evidence of Celtic history is very strong
indeed. The Trinity College found in Dublin, Ireland, contains many manuscripts that document theCeltic heritage and symbols. The height of Celtic tattooing however, occurred during the era when
stone and metal work was really popular.Celtic knot tattoos are some of the most popular and most common designs, featuring loops with
no end that symbolize a never ending cycle of dying and rebirth. There are also Celtic animal
tattoo designs as well, which are similar in design to the knot tattoos, although the cords in the
design normally terminate in heads, tails, and feet. The pure knot tattoo designs are normally
never ending, unless an individual adds an end to symbolize a spiral.
The meaning behind the knots in Celtic tattoos defies any type of literal translation and is found at a much deeper level. The interlacing of the knots expresses the repeated crossing of both physical and spiritual elements. The strands and their never ending path is a popular design for Celtic tattoos, representing life, faith, and love. For many years, Celtics have used these designs for emotional as well as
heritage purposes.Those who are from a Celtic descent, Irish, Scots, or Welsh, normally find a Celtic tattoo to
be a great way to express their heritage pride. These tattoos help to reestablish pride, and
give tribute to one
’s ancestors. The tattoos aren’
t easy to do, most taking several
hours. Unlike other tattoo designs, Celtic tattoos are among the hardest designs in the
world.If you are from a Celtic descent and have decided to get a Celtic tattoo, the first thing to do
is find an artist capable of doing the tattoo. The designs are very difficult and not all tattooartists can do them. It’
s always best to find a tattoo artist who has a background in Celtic
designs, as this will ensure the tattoo is done correctly. The artist who does the tattoo
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Posted by Dortonm at5:57 PM 1 comments  Labels:Celtic designs,Celtic Tattoo,Designs,tattoo,wicked tattoos  needs to have an eye for detail and exact line placement
 –
which is a skill that not alltattoo artists possess.http://DesignYourOwnTattooNow.blogspot.com Find More Tattoo Ideas Here 
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Caring For A New Tattoo
When you finally decide to get a tattoo, the first thing you
ll need to do is find areputable tattoo artist
. Most tattoo artists have severaldesigns that you can pick from. If you don’t find anything you like, you can always ask him to make a custom tattoo. You should always
be careful in what you choose, as you
’ll have the tattoo for the rest of your life. The design is very important, although not nearly as
important as taking care of it.
Good tattoo artists will also clean and apply antiseptic ointment to your tattoo as they create it. Expert artists know that this helps keepthe tattoo healthy. Once the tattoo is finished, the artists will wipe it down, clean it off good, and apply another coat of antisepticointment. Once the ointment has been applied, he will put a piece of soft tissue or cellophane over the tattoo.
 Once the tattoo is finished, the artists should tell you how to take care of your new
tattoo. Some of the better artists will talk to you and give you a detailed sheet with allof the information you need. If you went to a tattoo artist who didn’
t explain this to
you, you may be wondering just what you should do. Taking care of a tattoo isn’
thard
 –
as long as you know what you can and can
t do.When you first get home with your new tattoo, you should never hop right in the
shower. You should keep it dry for the first few days, but also clean it every fewhours. Before you touch the tattoo or clean it, you should always make sure thatyour hands are clean. If you keep your hands clean, you won’
t have to worry about aninfection.You
’ll also want to visit your local drugstore and purchase a tube of A&D ointment. A&D ointment is the best to use. A&D will keep your 
tattoo clean and shiny and should be used for the first few days. Once the ointment starts to dry on the tattoo, you should wipe the old
application off and apply some more. Don’t rub it too hard, or you could damage the healing process. For the first few days, you should
avoid using soap as well.After 5
 –
 
6 days, you can quit using the ointment. A&D ointment will keep your tattoo healthy, which you’
ll notice the first time you apply
it. After you stop using it, you should use an unscented body lotion. You want to avoid body lotions that have scents, as they can easily
irritate the tender skin that resides under your tattoo.
After you have used the lotion for a few days, you can stop using it. Most tattoos, after theyhave healed, tend to leave a scab in some areas. If your tattoo has a scab, you should becareful when you try to pick it. If you aren’
t careful, you could end up damaging your
design. The best thing to do is you have a scab is to leave it alone. You can put A&D
ointment on it if you want, as most of the time a scab will itch.A tattoo can be a great thing to have providing you take care of it. Tattoos will stay with your
for the rest of your life, unless you choose to get them surgically removed. Taking care of your tattoo now will keep it healthy and infection free in the long run. If you follow the above
advice on how to take care of your tattoo
 –
you won
t have anything to worry about.Find More Tattoo Ideas Here 
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