February 7, 2012
June 28, 2011
Affectionately called "tramp stamps," they are actually pretty versatile for those who are willing to be creative. The vast majority of lower back tattoo designs are sported by women, but my friend reports that the occasional customer is male. Here's a very feminine lower back tattoo design.
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September 25, 2010
Proper aftercare is very important to your tattoo. I've seen some wicked cases of infection and scabbing, and many cases of tattoos prematurely fading and running. It's pretty simple to care for your tattoo, so why would anyone sit in the chair, spend the money, only to be left with something that is less than optimal? I don't get it. That's why you do your homework and browse through tons of tattoo designs before you make a decision.
Anyway, here's what might have been a nice tattoo, but it was somewhat ruined when it wasn't cared for:
February 12, 2010
I don't know why this one appeals to me. It's not the typical type of tattoo I like. I think I just picture its owner as being fun and unconventional. And someone who like mushrooms. Yumm.
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April 9, 2009