Where is the best placement for a tattoo?
Some classic spots are behind the ear, sternum, and joint areas such as the wrist, ankle, and hip.” Her personal favorite spots for smaller tattoos that flow well are “anywhere on the arms, the side of the neck, the top of the foot, the upper butt bordering the hip, above the knee, and upper hamstrings.”
Should tattoos face in or out?
Tattoo right way up. This usually applies to first time tattoo clients wanting a design on the inner forearm: they’d like the image facing the correct way when THEY look at it. However, if someone else looks when the arm is hanging, it’s upside down.
Where should you put your first tattoo?
The Best Spot for a First Tattoo
- The Upper Collarbone. Tattoos generally, over time, will fade in direct exposure to sunlight.
- Your Back. If you’re worried about your tattoo changing shape over time, then the back is a great location for your first tattoo.
- Your Wrist.
- The Back of the Neck.
- On Your Chest.
Where do tattoos last the longest?
“[The longest-lasting tattoos are] on flatter, less abused areas of the body like the flat of the forearm, upper arms, shoulders, back, and thighs,” tattoo artist Toby Gehrlich tells Bustle. “These areas can usually withstand the test of time.”
Which arm tattoo left or right?
Any arm, right or left, would be good for a tattoo. The choice boils down to your personal preferences. Just make sure your skin is free of moles.
Do inner forearm tattoos stretch?
Forearm tattoos for both men and women have a potential of stretching with old age or as the muscles of the arm deteriorate or strengthen. However, this is typically not that noticeable even over time, as plenty of people have had sleeves since they were young and are now old enough to present a sample size of this.
What part of the body is the least painful to get a tattoo?
Outer shoulders The outer part of your shoulders has thick skin with few nerve endings, making it one of the least painful places to get tattooed.