Monday, September 19, 2011

Show the LOVE

A new mom did this tattoo to show her love to her prince who born in the month of LEO!
You are such a Rock Mum Yash....!!!

Sunday, September 18, 2011


Don't get a tattoo because someone else wants you to, especially if they are picking the design. They are not the one who will have to live with it and what they like may not be even close to anything you like.

Im back...

After back to my blog!!!
A Good Time To Start... Hunting

(Thank q for remind me of my blog)

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

This is cool...Wing

My fren dhivager's tattoo.

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Allergic to Tattoo Ink

Allergic reactions to tattoo pigments are fairly uncommon except for certain brands of red and green (with which some many people have a slight problem with itching, swelling, redness of the skin, oozing). People who are sensitive or allergic to certain metals may react to pigments in the skin by becoming swollen and/or itchy, oozing of clear sebum is also common. People with allergies should think carefully about getting a tattoo because of the risk of anaphylactic shock (hypersensitive reaction), which can be life threatening. Some tattoo artists give small tests, by marking a small amount of ink behind the ear to determine if that person has an allergic reaction.

Monday, March 24, 2008

Permanent Tattoo

Friday, March 21, 2008

TatToO MaChiNe

The modern tattoo machine is primarily a motor attached to a tube that contains a bar with a needle arrangement on the end. The motor pushes the needle up and down, up to three thousand punctures per minute. The depth is set very shallow, just down into the dermis layer, and the ink runs into the hole from the fountain-pen like tip of the tattoo machine. All of these little 'ink dots' that are in your skin make up the picture. Homemade tattoos, often done with single needles, leave teeny dots and it makes hundreds of punctures with a steady hand to get a clear line. Tattoos that get infected while healing are left with blotchy white areas where the ink “heals out” and you will have to get the tattoo redone or touched up to fix the damaged areas.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Lotus Flower Symbol

The Lotus flower is symbolic of rebirth, but in addition to its religious meaning, the lotus is also a symbol of all that is true, good and beautiful, representing good fortune, peace and enlightenment.
In some belief systems, different coloured Lotus blooms have different symbolic meanings. There are white, blue, red and yellow lotuses described in ancient Indian sutras, or writings. Different colors have different meanings. White, for instance, represents "purity"; blue represents "goodness"; and red represents "enlightenment."

Friday, March 14, 2008

Feather Tattoos

A single feather as a tattoo design may represent or symbolize the ability to take flight, either spiritually, emotionally or creatively.

Many Native American cultures held Eagle feathers to be sacred and they were seen as powerful symbols of Chiefs, Elders, Shamans, Healers and Medicine Men.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Origin of the word TATTOO

The origins of the word "Tattoo", which comes from the Tahitian word "tatu" which translates as "to mark something".

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

How to Choose a Tattoo Design

First and foremost, always remember that a tattoo is permanent.
Consider why you want a tattoo or even a specific tattoo design. Does it symbolize some kind of transition in your life?Good or bad?
Learn the meaning behind certain designs. Not all tattoo designs have a meaning
Pick something that has meaning. Whatever you choose needs to be something you can be happy with for the rest of your life, so if it fits your personality, is a memorial to a lost loved one or something to symbolize your children or other loved one, then you're more likely not to regret it 10 years down the road.
Select the location on your body where you want your tattoo. The size and shape of the area can greatly affect the type of design you should choose.
Decide on what size you want it and what colors to use.

Rose Tattoo Designs

A symbol of love, but especially of a love that is pure.

A symbol of passion, chastity, and purity, the rose reigns supreme as the

most beloved of flowers.

How to Care & Feeding of Your New Tattoo

Step 1
Keep the bandage on the tattoo for at least two hours after the work is complete (or longer, depending on the tattoo artist's instructions).
Step 2
Remove the bandage very carefully and throw it away. This allows your skin to breathe and begin the healing process. Do not rebandage the tattoo.
Step 3
Put a drop of mild antibiotic soap on your hand and lightly wash the tattoo. Gently pat it dry with a washcloth (not a paper towel) taking care not to rub it.
Step 4
Dab an over-the-counter antibiotic ointment (like Neosporin) on the cleaned area.
DO NOT re-bandage your tattoo
DO NOT use Vaseline or petroleum jelly
DO NOT use alcohol or peroxide
DO NOT pick or scratch tattoo
DO NOT soak tattoo in tub or shower
get in, get clean, get out!
Stay out of pools, hot tubs, oceans, etc. for two weeksKeep tattoo out of direct sunlight and/or tanning beds
You may, instead, prefer to use a good fragrance free lotion such as Lubriderm, Jergens or Eucerin. Apply a THIN layer and work in well 5 to 6 times a day for the entire healing process. DO NOT over lubricate your tattoo; however, don't let it dry out, either. Should any seepage occur, gently dab off excess with a clean paper towel.

Monday, March 10, 2008

Dragon Tattoo Design

Dragons were said to represent the Four Elements, hence the stories and myths of dragons who had dominion over Air, Water, Earth and Fire.
The Dragon tattoo design symbolizes nobility, magic, the power of transformation and imagination, perseverance, loyalty, power & the ability to transcend the ordinary.
For those who conquer dragons, the dragon represents courage, bravery, duty, honour & the great quest.

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Lotus with AUM Tattoo

AUM is the primeval, audible and inaudible sound of Hindu creation, also thought to mysteriously embody the very essense of the universe. Chanted at the beginning and end of prayers and mantras and also used as a form of meditation, it is pronounced with three sounds, A-U-M.

Lotus, according to the Egyptians, it was the first flower of the universe, and from it sprang the first gods. Many of the ancient pillars of monumental architecture in Egypt are actually designed as bunches of lotuses.

In Hinduism, the lotus blossom is one of the most important symbols used in spirituality and art. Brahma, the Hindu creator of the world, was born from a lotus blossom that grew from the navel of Vishnu on the water. However, the lotus paired with Om has a particularly significant Buddhist association.

In Buddhism, the lotus is thought to symbolize the Buddha's nature, pure and ascendant.

Along with Aum, it is part of the most famous of Buddhist mantras

Saturday, March 8, 2008

TaTtoo iN tHe ChiNesE HiStoRy

Tattoo in the Chinese History

Tattoo is called "Wen Shen" or "Ci Shen" in Chinese. The term means literally "puncture the body".

Tattoo has been known and practised in China for many years. Many years ago, when a court finds a person guilty of a severe crime, it may order a tattoo be placed on his face, and bannishes him to a far-way place for a number of years. The tattoo on the face permantly marks the person as a criminal. The two-prone punishment is called "ci pei" (tattoo/exile).

Sun Tattoo Symbolz.........

The sun is usually seen as a masculine symbol and the moon and the earth as feminine symbols, hence you will often the Sun symbolically paired with the Moon or the Earth. For many millennia the Sun was believed to be at the center of the Universe, around which all other heavenly bodies radiated. The Sun was a symbol of both royal and divine powers, adopted by both secular and religious authorities. As a tattoo design and symbol, a Sun represents fertility, vitality, passion, courage and eternally renewed youth, light and knowledge.

It seems like everyone has a tattoo these days.......


A tattoo is an ink design inserted into the skin, commonly via a needle.A variety of pigments and inks are used in modern tattoo, ranging from traditional black to a wide range of colors. Some of the colors used for tattoo pigment may be toxic, raising concerns about extensive color work.
If you are concerned, ask the artist about what pigments he or she is using and whether any adverse reactions to the inks have been noticed. Many tattoos will also require touchup, as exposure to sunlight and water degrades the inks.