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Tattoo Guide

Tattoo Guide

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Tattoo Guide answering questions where to get a tattoo? Does a tattoo hurt? How to get a meaningful tattoo? How to care a tattoo? How to threat a tattoo? Should I get a tattoo? What are positive aspects of tattoos?
Tattoo Guide answering questions where to get a tattoo? Does a tattoo hurt? How to get a meaningful tattoo? How to care a tattoo? How to threat a tattoo? Should I get a tattoo? What are positive aspects of tattoos?

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 The Tattoo Secrets 
Produced By
Jane Sumerset  
 
The Tattoo Secrets - The Ultimate Tattoo Guide
Hello, and thank you for your purchase of 
TheTattoo Secrets – The Ultimate Tattoo Guide.
 This report should get your head buzzing with tons of great, free designs for your tattoos and how to becompletely safe when getting a tattoo.Let's start with
the basics
...The word tattoo is derived from the Tahitian word"tatu", meaning to mark something. Tattoos’historical significance, dating back to eras BC, was toindicate a person’s skill or position in society. Somesuperstitious cultures believed that they warded off evils. More commonly today, a tattoo may signify association with a group or subculture in society.Increasingly, tattoos are being used as ‘permanent jewelry’ of sorts. A cosmetic use is something referredto as permanent make-up. Ladies may have eyebrowsand other facial highlights permanently applied viatattooing techniques.
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The Tattoo Secrets - The Ultimate Tattoo Guide
The design of the tattooing tool has seen relatively little change since its invention in the late 1800s.Samuel O'Reilly, its creator, patterned the tool afterThomas Edison’s autographic
 
printer, an engravingmachine for hard surfaces. A tattoo machine is madeup of a few basic parts; a sterilized needle, a system of tubes for drawing the ink through the machine, anelectric motor and a foot pedal which controls the upand down movement of the needle.The physical process of applying a tattoo isaccomplished by injecting ink into a person's skin. Anelectrically powered tattooing tool, with a smallneedle on the end, moves up and down at a rate of 50to 3,000 times per minute to puncture the skin. Oneach puncture, a drop of ink is injected into thedermal layer of the skin. This is about a millimeter below the skin surface. As you look at a tattoo, you're seeing past theepidermis, or the outer layer of skin, and into thedermis, the second layer. Dermal cells are more stableallowing the tattoo ink to stay intact, with only minorfading and/or dispersion, throughout a lifetime. What do you need to consider when getting a tattoo?First and foremost, do you really want a permanentmarking on your skin? This won’t ‘grow back over’, asa piercing location would. This will be a lifelongalteration to the look of your body. While tattoos can be surgically removed, there is a great deal of scarring
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