You have a tattoo idea or just searching for a unique one, but at the end, you’re not sure to really let to make one.

Why many of us or will ask them self-question like to do or not to do?

Maybe it’s the missing part of the information what we really know about a tattoo.

I tossed to an article from Adam Wears from Cracked where he is explaining really useful information about the other sides what we will not hear every day about tattoos.

He’s is telling from how will be the tattoo ink let you feel and how is going to rub up to your skin.


5 Shocking Things Nobody Tells You About Getting Tattoos

Adam Wears / Cracked


You could be the kindest, gentlest person to your tattoo, but before you know it, you’ll be spending tons to get it retouched because it will start to look like crap. This is especially true if you had your tattoo printed on an area of your body that’s frequently moving, such as your hands, wrists, neck, or if you’re like us, rippling sack of python-esque biceps. That’s because the action of your skin moving and creasing will erode the tattoo faster. Think of it as a piece of paper constantly crumpling and uncrumpling. Actually, best not to think of your body that way.

via Bored PandaTry not to think about what kind of rubbing wore that down in a year and a half.


He is also covering on this post :

  • Nobody Knows What’s In Tattoo Ink
  • Your Tattoo Could Totally Get You Sued For Copyright Infringement
  • Recovering From Getting A Tattoo Can Take A Long Time
  • Your Skin Will Rub Off Tattoos
  • There Are Tons Of Things That Make Tattoos Harder to Remove
Image Credit: Ralph Nordenhold / Flickr

If you wanna make a tattoo, just think about it again how it will let you feel later.

Related Video:

What Do Tattoos Look Like After 40 Years?

The Point with Ana Kasparian / Youtube

What if I get a tattoo and it doesn’t look as good forty years down the line? BuzzFeed found individuals who had got tattoos when they were younger and then decades later their tattoos still look kinda bad ass (according to BuzzFeed). Ana and the panel look through some of the pictures and talk about tattoos.