Covering Up: How to Hide a Tattoo

Covering Up: How to Hide a Tattoo

There are times and people who may not always appreciate the artistic expression of your tattoos. Perhaps you don’t want to have THAT argument again with your ultra-conservative uncle. Or maybe body art is frowned upon at your work, and you DO need to keep that job. Maybe a new opportunity is coming up for a new job, and you’re not sure that the dragon that snakes its way across your forearm will make quite the impression you would like.

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How to Measure Body Jewelry

How to Measure Body Jewelry

If you’re thinking of getting a piercing, or if you already have a piercing and would like to know what options are out there for your specific piercing type, here’s a condensed guide to measuring body jewelry and selecting the right kind to fit your unique piercing and personality.

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Are Body Piercings During Medical Exams Safe?

Are Body Piercings During Medical Exams Safe?

The APP (Association of Professional Piercers) offers specific information geared towards medical procedures and things like MRIs and CAT scans, with detailed info as well as personal experiences. According to the information they offer, getting an MRI with your body jewelry in should not be an issue so long as the jewelry does not interfere with the area being investigated.

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Lower Back Tattoos

Lower Back Tattoos

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, they’re here to stay. The tribal-esque butterfly eloquently placed at the small of the back, all the while she’s wearing low riding jeans, and a crop top so you get a real good look… you know these are among the most popular tattoo designs there are!

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Communicating with your Tattoo Artist

Communicating with your Tattoo Artist

Communication is key when it comes to getting a tattoo. You have to be comfortable enough with the tattoo artist to be able to communicate effectively, and to make sure your voice and desires are clearly understood. The last thing you want is for it to be anything less than perfect. The same goes for your tattooist, because chances are, they wouldn’t want to be associated with a poor job or the poor PR that will come with it.

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