How to Get Perfect Chinese Symbol Tattoos You Truly Deserve?

wrongChinese symbol tattoos are very popular today because they are really beautiful. And because most of us in the Western Hemisphere cannot read Chinese symbol, Chinese symbol tattoos become an “exotic” form of expression.

So how to get perfect Chinese symbol tattoos you truly deserve?


Unlike most other tattoos which you can pick up and get inked from tattoo parlors, Chinese symbol tattoos need to be carefully prepared before tattooing.

First, you need to use custom Chinese symbol translation service to translate whatever you want to express. And resist the urge to pull over the Chinese waiter and ask him to write out the Chinese symbol for you. He may not know exactly what meaning you really want and may unintentionally give you the wrong symbol. Read More

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DOES IT HURT?

This article is based on this interrogative that it’s commonly asked by anyone new to this. The final answer is yes. Having needles pierce your tenement *does* make you suffer. But what you *really* need to do is ask yourself, “Can I handle the pain, and can I manipulate it?”


It’s not nearly as bad as what you can imagine.The symptoms present may vary according to where on your embody you get worked on. Skin or above the maraca (bone, astral, etc.) tend to hurt less than other added areas. Also take note that some types of needles seem to spite more than others. I personally judge the needles used for outlining that produce a sharper cut . Read More

Henna Tattoos – No Pain, Just Stain

Madonna, Sting, and Demi Moore have recently “discovered” what Hindu brides have known for centuries: henna paste decorates the body with temporary tattoos. Usually applied to the hands and feet, the body becomes a canvas for patterns of scrolls, vines, or flowers that last for a few weeks.

HotInked.com - Henna TattoosHenna paste, or mendhi, takes from a few minutes to a few hours to apply depending upon the bodily location and the desired detail of the design.  After the drawing with cones or syringes is finished, the paste dries to allow the color to become absorbed by the skin. While this takes only 10-15 minutes, the paste should be left on the skin for another 6 hours to achieve the most lasting affect. A sugar and lemon mixture dabbed on the dried mendhi deepens the final color. When fully dry, the crust falls off on its own. Read More

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Koi Fish Tattoo

imagesThe History of Koi fish tattoos
The word “koi” comes from the Japanese, simply meaning “carp.”  According to Both Japanese and Chinese legend, If a koi fish succeeded in climbing the falls at a point called Dragon Gate on the Yellow River it would be transformed into a dragon. Based on that legend, koi became a symbol of worldly aspiration and advancement. Koi have been popular images throughout the history of Asian tattoo designs and now Koi is very prevalent in Western tattoo culture.

The Koi Fish Tattoo meanings
According to legend, the very strong koi will be able to swim upstream and leap the waterfalls, being rewarded at the end of the journey by being turned into a dragon. the koi climb the waterfall bravely, and if they are caught, they face their death on the cutting board bravely, like samurai.
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