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            "A man without tattoos is invisible to the God."
                                                     (Iban Proverb)

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According "Wikipedia",
"A tattoo is made by inserting indelible ink into the dermis layer of the skin
to change the pigment. Tattoos on humans are a type of body modification,
and tattoos on animals are most commonly used for identification
purposes. The first written reference to the word, "tattoo" (or Samoan
"Tatau") appears in the journal of Joseph Banks, the naturalist aboard
Captain Cook's ship the HMS Endeavour in 1769: "I shall now mention the
way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their
humor or disposition".

Tattooing has been practiced for centuries in many cultures spread
throughout the world. The Ainu, the indigenous people of Japan,
traditionally had facial tattoos. Today one can find Berbers of Tamazgha
(North Africa), Māori of New Zealand, Hausa people of Northern Nigeria,
Arabic people in East-Turkey and Atayal of Taiwan with facial tattoos.
Tattooing was widespread among Polynesian peoples and among certain
tribal groups in the Taiwan, Philippines, Borneo, Mentawai Islands, Africa,
North America, South America, Mesoamerica, Europe, Japan, Cambodia,
New Zealand and Micronesia. Indeed, the country of Great Britain takes its
name from tattooing, with Britons translating as 'people of the designs' and
the Picts, who originally inhabited Britain, literally meaning 'the painted
people'. British people remain the most tattooed in Europe. Despite some

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taboos surrounding tattooing, the art continues to be popular in many parts
of the world.

Since the 1990s, tattoos have become a mainstream part of global and
Western fashion, common among both sexes, to all economic classes, and
to age groups from the later teen years to middle age. By the 2010s, even
the Barbie doll put out a tattooed Barbie in 2011, which was widely
accepted, although it did attract some controversy."


Life magazine estimated in 1936 that 10 million Americans, or
approximately 6% of the population had at least one tattoo. Harris Polls,
done in 2003 and 2008, shows those numbers at an estimated 16% (2003)
and 14% (2008) of Americans now have one or more tattoos.

A 2006 a study done by the Journal of the American Academy of
Dermatology found that 24% of Americans between 18 and 50 are
tattooed; that's almost one in four. And the survey showed that about 36%
of Americans age 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo!

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Technically, artists create tattoos by injecting ink into a person's skin. To
do this, they use an electrically powered tattoo machine that resembles
(and sounds like) a dental drill. The machine moves a solid needle up and
down to puncture the skin between 50 and 3,000 times per minute. The
needle penetrates the skin by about a millimeter and deposits a drop of
insoluble ink into the skin with each puncture.

You can go to an tattoo artist with your preferred tattoo design printed on a
paper. Most studios today use a wonderful machine called a thermal-fax to
make their stencils. This saves on literally hours of tracing time by simply
inserting your tattoo design into the machine, and it transfers it onto a
special thermal paper in seconds. Once your stencil is ready, it's time to
create the transfer onto your skin. Some artists will use soap or water to
moisten the skin, and some will use stick deodorant. These aid in making
the design transfer better and darker onto your skin. When the paper is
pulled away from your skin, it will leave you with a purple-ish blue likeness
of your future tattoo!

What you need to know:
A tattoo is a permanent mark or design made on your skin.So, think to the
future: can you change the mind ?

Skin infections and other complications are possible. Specific risks include:

- Allergic reactions
- Skin infections
- Bloodborne diseases
- MRI complications (tattoos or permanent makeup may cause swelling or
burning in the affected areas during magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Keep in mind that tattoo inks are classified as cosmetics, so they aren't
regulated or approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Tattoo removal (when is possible) is expensive and time consumming. It
can cost from hundreds up thousands of dollars and it's not covered by
health plans or insurance.

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Why to have a tattoo ?

   Tattoo is a self expression manifestation. It has an unique content and
   Having a tattoo is funny.
   Tattoo on your body is a form of liberty, confirming you can do what you
   A tattoo can identify the person in the community.
   Tattoo can remember an important event of your life.
   Tattoo can be used to provide spiritual protection if the appropriate
   symbol is used.
   Tattoo can signify an hommage to a person.
   Tattoo enhaces the look of his owner.
   Tattoo is a relational way to communicate others something about you,
   so tattoo is like a message.
   Simply, you like tattoos, without having to justify this.

   ... and many others arguments...

A bad motivation, to not consider:
"Everyone else is doing it".
Do only what you think yourself, not something others do ! Think not twice,
but many times before you take an important decision like this.


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 From the
 real life
Many celebrities have tattoos on their body. Only a few exemples here, to get an
idea (and we will provide later the top lists):

   Jessica Alba, actress, has a flower and ladybug and another tattoo is a
   sanskrit character for "lotus flower"
   Eva Longoria, actress, has tattooed a celtic cross and another are her friend
   initial in an unknown intimate location
   Angelina Jolie, acress, has many tattoos on her body
   Teri Polo, actress, has a large tribal style lower back tattoo, representing
   crescent moon and star
   Drew Barrymore, actress, has a cross, a butterfly, angels, blue moon and
   stars, flowers
   Penelope Cruz, actress, has tattooed the number 883
   Anne French, model, has more than 13 tattoos on their body
   Carmen Electra, model and TV personality, has tattooed her wedding
   date:"Eleven XXII"
   Lucy Liu, actress, has a tiger
   Megan Fox, actress, has many tattoos, including Marilyn Monroe portrait on
   right arm
   Danica Patrick, racer driver, has a patriotic tattoo on her lover back
   Sara Spraker, model, has a tribal tattoo
   Gabrielle Reece, volleyball player, has a crosss tattooed
   Anna Kornikova, tennis star, has a large tribal inspired design with stars on
   her lower back

   Brad Pitt, actor, has a tatto of Angelina Jolie's birthday in Khmer and a tattoo
   of the Otzi the Iceman, the Europe's oldest natural human mummy
   Johnny Depp, actor, has fourteen tattoos including the head of a cherokee
   indian chief wich references his ancestral heritage
   Collin Farrell, actor, has a large cross tattooed on his left forearm with the
   words "Carpe Diem"
   Lenny Kravitz, musician, has a japanese black and gray dragon
   Keith Urban, musician, married with Nicole Kidman, has tattoeed her name -
   Nicole - on his left bicep

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What celebrities said about their tattoos:
"Tattoos to me are are like the Walmart of rebellion. I think I was looking for some
kind of outward display of anguish that I was a serious person." - Actor Ryan

"Usually all my tattoos came at good times. A tattoo is something permanent
when you've made a self-discovery, or something you've come to a conclusion
about." - Angelina Jolie - 2003

"It's Aslan, the lion from The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe. It's a symbol of
my hellish childhood. I struggled through my oppressive teenage years and when
I turned 18 I escaped. Like Aslan I was finally free." - Christina Ricci

"Sometimes I bust out and do things so permanent. Like tattoos and marriage." -
Drew Barrymore

"It's kind of a show-biz lizard [in a top hat]. Tattoos to me are the outward symbol
of the inward change within my soul." - Nicolas Cage

"My skin is my canvas. The artwork on it represents something that is very
powerful and meaningful in my life. I look at my skin as something of a living
diary because all my tattoos represent a time in my life. And I never wish to shut
the door on the past, so I carry it all with me." - Dave Navarro

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"My skin is my canvas. The artwork on it represents something that is very
powerful and meaningful in my life. I look at my skin as something of a living
diary because all my tattoos represent a time in my life. And I never wish to shut
the door on the past, so I carry it all with me." - Dave Navarro

"Tattoos are like stories - they're symbolic of the important moments in your life.
Sitting down, talking about where you got each tattoo and what it symbolizes, is
really beautiful." - Pamela Anderson

"Every time I get a tattoo, it's a little fuck-you to anyone who tells me not to. It's
weird to be part of Hollywood, which tries to control every aspect of people, from
what they say to the color of their hair. And I like the way getting a tattoo feels. If
I'm depressed, it's nice to get one and deal with the pain. I have one all the way
down to my ribs. It hurt, but it felt good-like twisting a loose tooth. I'm not kidding
when I say that if I ever lose a role because of my tattoos, I'll quit Hollywood and
go to work at Costco."- Megan Fox

"I don't know why I like tattoos so much. I know it's crazy. I can't defend them.
I've had some of my tattoos for twenty years. I love getting them." - Cher

"I always look for a woman who has a tattoo. I see a woman with a tattoo, and I'm
thinking, okay, here's a gal who's capable of making a decision she'll regret in the
future." - Comedian Richard Jeni

"If the body is a temple, then tattoos are its stained glass windows." - Vince
Hemingson, Nov. 10, 2010


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Tattoos are a preoccupation for a lot of people.This is
why many opinions was exprimed:
"Not one great country can be named, from the polar regions in the north to New
Zealand in the south, in which the aborigines do not tattoo themselves." - Charles
Darwin, The Descent of Man, 1871

Show me a man with a tattoo and I'll show you a man with an interesting past. -
Jack London, 1883

Vaturemba, a chief in the Tholo Hills, chuckled wickedly when questioned, and
declared that physically there was the greatest difference between mating with a
tattooed or an untattooed woman. The idea of marriage with an untattooed
woman filled him with disgust, and he intimated that tattooing was considered as
a stimulus to the sexual passion in the woman herself. - W. D. Hambly, The
History of Tattooing, 1925

"A man without tattoos is invisible to the Gods." - Iban Proverb - Mingatt Anak
Casa (Akai Basai), Iban Headman on the Sekerang River, Sarawak, Borneo - from
The Vanishing Tattoo Documentary

You may lose your most valuable property through misfortune in various ways.
You may lose your house, your wife and other treasures. But of your moko, you
cannot be deprived except by death. It will be your ornament and companion until
your last day. - Netana Whakaari of Te Waimana-Kākū, Tuhoe, 1921

"I'll tell you this, l ad: A tattoo says more of a fellow looking at it than it can do of
the man who's got it on his back." - Sarah Hall -- The Electric Michelangelo

Traditionally, body art has served to attract the opposite sex, boost self-esteem,
ward off or invoke spirits, indicate social position or marital status, identify with a
particular age or gender group or mark a rite of passage, such as puberty or
marriage. It's this sort of strictly prescribed, highly ritualistic decoration that
Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher depict in their book, African Ceremonies.
"We've tried to show how body art is relevant to every stage of development, from
birth to death," says Angela Fisher.

A quote is just a tattoo on the tongue. Poet William F. DeVault

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Here is, on the other part, the confession of one Tattoo artist:

"You put a tattoo on yourself with the knowledge that this body is yours to have
and enjoy while you're here. You have fun with it, and nobody else can control
(supposedly) what you do with it. That's why tattooing is such a big thing in
prison: it's an expression of freedom—one of the only expressions of freedom
there. They can lock you down, control everything, but 'I've got my mind, and I
can tattoo my body—alter it my way as an act of personal will.'" - Don Ed Hardy


But what about tattoos diversity ? Here is a short
presentation to better understand it:
Stars are often encountered as symbols, and many cases the meaning of a
particular star symbol may depend upon the number points it has, and
sometimes the orientation of these points as well. As a light shining in the
darkness, the star is often considered a symbol of truth, of the spirit and of hope.
The symbol of the star embodies the concept of the divine spark . Find more...

Originally (and hence the name) tribal tattoos were employed to identify and
group tribes, clans and families together. Not only did this enable you to easily
identify one another, or recognize distant relatives, but it was generally believed
that your tattoos would allow you to find your tribe and join it again in the
afterlife. Today, fraternal orders, gangs, members of the military and other
organizations also have designed tattoos that are recognizable to their fellow
brothers and sisters.
As a variant, there was marriage tattoos.In modern times, this form of tribal tattoo
is still prevalent, and you will often see spouses and life-mates with matching
tattooed armbands, "rings", initials, and hearts as a permanent witness to their
love and fidelity. Find more...

As a tattoo design, an angel is a symbol of devotion, spirituality and faith and
signifies a relationship with God. An angel can be intended as a figure of
guidance and protection. An angel is often used as the centerpiece of a tattoo
that is intended as a memorial.Symbols closely associated with angels in art
include trumpets, harps, swords, sceptres and wands. Find more...

The dragon is a "classic" tattoo motif, popular with both men and women. As a

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tattoo design the dragon shows the profound influence that Japanese and
Chinese culture have had in Western tattooing for nearly two centuries. In the Far
East, the dragon represents the Four Elements - Earth, Wind, Fire and Water - and
the four points of the compass - East, West, North and South - and dragons are
simultaneously a symbol of Water, Earth, Underworld and Sky. Wherever the
dragon appeared, its strength and power was supreme, whether it was used as
protection, or a force to be overcome. Find more...

One of the most popular tattoo design choices for women, the Butterfly reveals
the feminine influence in tattoo culture. Generally speaking, butterflies are an
overwhelmingly female tattoo design. Because of the butterfly's short life span,
many ancient peoples saw it as emblematic of the impermanent. It's physical
beauty and its fluttering from flower to flower seeking nectar have made it
synonymous with the more unstable and superficial aspects of the human soul.
 Find more...

The Japanese kanji ideograms, like the Egyptian hieroglyphs, convey ideas in a
pictorial form.How popular are kanji tattoos? They account for nearly 20% of all
Internet tattoo design searches. The idea of expressing a soulful feeling with
such an exotic symbol is highly attractive. Find more...

Flowers as tattoo designs and symbols can be far more than just pretty pictures
on pretty girls. Flowers are the embodiment of nature and concise symbols of the
cycle of birth, life, procreation, death and rebirth. Specific flowers have come to
represent a myriad of different beliefs in different cultures. In the East, the lotus
flower has tremendous spiritual significance, as does the rose in the West.
Similarly, the tremendous spectrum of colours present in flowers can have
symbolic importance; white for purity, red for passion, or to represent the blood
of Christ are but a few examples.

Many others tattoo motifs can be used, including animals like tigers or lions,
birds - like eagle, religious or abstract designs. Every of them has an unique
signification, enforced more by the mind of the tattoo's owner. Every of them can
produce a satisfaction for the person who decided to apply for a tattoo on his /
her body. Sometimes this is clearly for all the other people, sometimes it's not.
Tattoos include the mistery, every man or woman having tattoos know this.
Others will have to know if they will be capable to try the tattoo experience

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Can you make decision now ? Probably you have the
necessary info to do this. However, answer first to the
questions below, is your answer positive ?
   Are you at last 13 year old ?
   Can you understand what means "tattoo is permanent ?"
   Generally, have you a good judgement of your life ?
   Can you provide for yourself a strong motivation to have a tattoo right now ?
   Are you prepared to change something in your relation with others, as the
   presence of one tattoo on your body will determine ?
   Are you convinced about the relation between the tattoo and your happiness ?
   Have you the necessary money to apply for one tattoo asking services from a
   tattoo artist with good reputation in the community ?

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Tattoos And Their Application
Today, more and more people are getting tattoos. When they decide to put a
tattoo on their skin they can choose among wide variety of signs, symbols, letters
and pictures. Tattooing is a process where ink is injected under your skin and
this is done by a tattoo gun which has a needle which goes up and down really
fast and pierces the skin and is puts the ink under the skin.

Today, several types of tattoo guns are available on the market. There are some
guns that use more than one needle, but they are not the best for tattooing. Also
you should be careful to use sterile needles and ink when you are getting a tattoo
on the skin. With this you can be sure that you are avoiding an infection on your
skin later. Also be sure that the needle is not used more than once but is brand
new from the package when used on you and then thrown away after.

Jailhouse tattoos are tattoos that are made in the jail, but the term has come to
mean that the tattoos are made of home materials. Even the guns can be
fashioned from home made materials and the tattoos are usually given at home or
in a location that is not sanitary. These types of tattoos are very unsafe and
should be avoided. The nature of the gun causes the skin to rip or jerk so the
tattoo itself is usually of poor design. There is also a chance that the needle can
go into the skin too deeply causing serious complications. In addition, the
chance of infection and spread of disease is very high using this method.

Most tattoos are made with black and white ink, but any color can be used and
tattoos can be multi colored as well. It takes a good artist with a lot of experience
to draw and color intricate tattoos so be sure to find one with a solid track record
in applying color if that is the type of tattoo you want and you want it to look
impressive when complete.

Tattoos are permanent as the ink is injected under the skin so it cannot be
washed away. Since the needle actually pierces the skin, there is always the risk
of infection. Electric tattoo guns with disposable needles afford the least chance
of infection but equally important is disinfecting the skin area well.

To ensure you get an absolutely gorgeous tattoo, be sure to find an artist which
practices good hygiene and also has superb artistic talent. Then you will have a
tattoo you will be proud to show off.

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 What You Should Ask Your Tattoo Artist
 Before Getting A Tattoo
When you are interested in putting tattoo on your body, for starters, you should
have a talk with the tattoo artist who will perform the procedure for you. He will
give you all the necessary information about the tattoo and the procedure
involved. With this information you will be in a better position to decide if you
really want to go ahead and get a tattoo.

An important thing for you to find out is how experienced the tattoo artist is.
Obviously you want to pick someone who has done a lot of tattoos and has a
good reputation in the community. You want someone with good artistic talent as
well as someone who uses proper technique so the chances for infection and
unnecessary pain will be minimized. If possible, check with the Better Business
Bureau to see if anyone has lodged any complaints against him. Also ask among
your friends and family for a recommendation as word of mouth recommendation
is a good way to find any kind of new service provider, tattoo artists included.

Ask the tattoo artist about his hygiene practices. He should use all disposable
equipment on you including the gloves, needles and ink. He should use good
hand washing practices. Since the tattoo needle pierces your skin, you can easily
get infections or disease if good hygiene is not practiced. Be sure to ask him
about the sanitary conditions he will use along with how you are to care for your
tattoo afterwards to prevent infection.

The tattoo artist should also offer a guarantee if you do not like the tattoo. He
could either offer a refund or the option for fixing what you don’t like about the
tattoo. Also inquire about the prices. Tattoos are pretty expensive and of course
the bigger the tattoo or the more intricate the design and colors used, the more it
will cost. Be sure you know the total cost up front.

Be sure to let the tattoo artist know if you are afraid of needles or have a very low
pain tolerance. He will appreciate knowing this beforehand and might suggest
doing a small practice area to make sure you can tolerate the procedure.

Ask to see examples of previous work if you are wanting an elaborate design. The
artist will probably have a portfolio of past customer photos he can show you.

Before you get your tattoo, be sure to get all your questions answered from the
tattoo artist who will do the job. After all, tattoos are expensive and they are
permanent so you want to make sure the job is done by someone who is highly
qualified and does it right the first time.

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Why Women Want To Have A Lower Back Tattoo

Don't think that you are going to be a unique individual if you have a lower back
tattoo. These days, it has become a natural and common option especially among
the women. In fact, such has given birth to the derogatory comment "tramp
stamp". The term is used to refer to the women who wear very low cut jeans plus
a hanging top to show off a tattoo design.

In general, tattoos have been in existence since time immemorial. They were
firstly employed by the ancient tribal people to indicate ranking, a body of belief,
a symbol for punishment, and many others.

From the classical designs up to the most contemporary, tattoos have never
failed to be forgotten from that of the limelight.

Typically thought of to be imprinted on the skin through needling, some
temporary stick on designs have also been made popular. Nevertheless, the part
of the body on which the design is placed have also started to vary. Aside from
the very obvious markings that can be imprinted on the arms, women try their
best to be very discreet as they have the tattoos on their lower back portion. With
this, they may decide on when to show them off through the type of clothing that
they wear.

Why is it Popular?

What makes the tattoo on the lower back quite popular especially among the
women populace? The answer is fairly obvious. That is because the lower back is
simply one of the most sensuous parts of their body. True enough the legs and
hips top the list yet they can have more ways than one to enhance the sensuality
of their body. Having a tattoo on their lower back portion counts as one.

One more thing, having a tattoo on this part of the body proves to be easily
hidden. Schools and other workplaces emphasize their rules on the banning of
tattoos. Thus, by wearing the appropriate clothes, these skin markings are
perfectly concealed.

What are the designs to choose from?

When it comes to the design, you have a lot of things to choose from. The
popular choices include the following:

The flower designs. They are one of the top choices since they can be really very
feminine to look at.

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The dolphin designs. Apart from being cute, they express an attitude of being
naughty yet pleasurable to tame.

The butterfly designs. They never fail to project an attitude of loving freedom.

The tribal designs. They are primarily rooted from the ancient styles. Some of the
still commonly used include the sun, star, and other Celtic styles. Many of them
have been inspired by the trends in Polynesia.

The dragon designs. They spell the attributes of being adventurous, a risk-taker,
and being fantastic at the same time.

Other Precautions to Keep in Mind

Thus, if you are about to get a lower back tattoo, be sure to use a loose fitting
pair of jeans to avoid rubbing against the fresh imprint. Also, get the services of a
reputable artist to ensure that everything is going to turn out fine. Inquire on the
safety of the materials to use. When it comes to the design, you may surf the
Internet and then you may access the tattoo libraries. It is always fun to try
something new after all!

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Who else has tattoos on his body ? As promised, here
          Top 50 celebrities men tattooed

David Beckham , soccer player         Justin Bieber, R&b singer

Alexander Skarsgard , actor           Nathan Followill, musician

John Mayer, musician                  Christian Vieri, soccer player

NBA All Stars (basketball players)    Devendra Banhart, musician

Johnny Depp, actor                    Ewan McGregor, actor

Brad Pitt, actor                      Russell Brand, comedian actor

Travis Barker, musician               Jared Leto, musician / actor

Viggo Mortensen, actor                Justin Theroux, actor

Adam Levine, musician                 Sonny Bill Williams, rugby player

James Ransone, actor                  Taylor Kitsch, actor

Curtis Jackson ("50 Cent"), rapper    Ryan Reynolds, actor

Milo Ventimiglia, actor               Ash Stymest, model

Orlando Bloom, actor                  Pete Wentz, musician

Lenny Kravitz, musician               Freddie Ljunberg, soccer player

Justin Timberlake, musician / actor   Daniel Conn, rugby player

Jan Somerhalder, actor                Jose Mangin, MTV host

Shia LaBeof, actor                    Brian Austin Green, actor

Daniel Craig, actor                   Dave Navarro, musician

Tyson Ritter, musician                Jesse Metcalfe, actor

Jackson Rathbone, actor               Blake Shelton, musician

Desmond Harrington, actor             J.R.Celski, speed skater

Kanye West, musician                  Scott Weiland, musician

Shaun White, snowboarder              Ja Rule, rapper

Carey Evans, motocross racer          Cole Mohr, model

Chris Evans, actor                    Justin Warfield, musician

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                     Top 50 celebrities women tattooed

Angelina Jolie, actress                     Gabrielle Reece, volleyball player / model

Jessica Alba, actress                       Christina Milian, R&B / pop singer and actress

Diablo Cody, screenwriter                   Yvet Lalova, olympic sprinting star

Eva Longoria, actress                       Mutya Buena, musician

Gisele Bundchen, supermodel                 Alison Eastwood, actress

Teri Polo, actress                          Ana Paula, model

Christina Aguilera, singer                  Brooke Burke, TV personality

Drew Barrymore, actress                     Sarah O'Hare, model / actress

Penelope Cruz, actress                      Masuimi Max, model / actress

Anne French, model                          Kat Von D, reality TV star

Sophie Anderton, actress                    Sienna Miller, actresVanessa Marcil, actresss

Reese Witherspoon, actress                  Nikki Taylor, model

Carmen Electra, model / TV personality      Anna Kornikova, tennis star

Lucy Liu, actress                           Christina Applegate, actress

Megan Fox, actress                          Maja Ivarsson, bisexual lead singer

Alyssa Milano, actress                      Triana Iglesias, model /TV host/ actress

Beyonce, R&B singer/ actress/ dancer        Britney Spears, singer / actress

Pamela Anderson, actress                    Norah Jones, singer

Bif Naked, singer                           Vida Guerra, model / actress

Winona Ryder, actress                       Jenna Jameson, model / adult film star

Rachel Roberts, actress                     Amber Smith, model / actress

Danica Patrick, racecar driver              Rihanna, singer

Lisa Seiffert, australian supermodel        Agnes Bruckner, actress

Charlize Teron, actress                     Brandi Brandt, playboy model

Sara Spraker, model                         Jessica Biell, actress

Tattoos are all around the World. People use them. People like them. They think
tattoos are something different. Different is uncommon. They like to be different.
They like life. They like to be, each of them, an individuality. They like to be free.

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