🚨 Girls with Beautiful Tattoos
🔥Today we will talk about tattoos on the Foot:
✅ Foot tattoos can look very striking: the foot provides a nice flat place for the tattoo to lie. They have seen a serious rise in popularity the last couple of years, especially among woman. It’s easy to see why, a foot tattoo peaking out of a shoe can be very attractive.
The most popular foot tattoo designs are usually small in nature, such as flowers (especially cherry blossom and lotus flowers), words (and quotes), stars and butterflies.
There are some good reasons not to get a tattoo on your foot though, in fact, there are some tattoo artists who won’t even undertake them.
✅ Here’s why:
- For a start, tattoos on feet and hands tend to be more painful than tattoos on other spots.The general rule is this: if a tattoo is done on a place where the skin is close to the bone, it will hurt more. If it’s on a fleshy part of your body, it’ll hurt a lot less. That’s why a shoulder or upper arm might be a better place for a first tattoo – if you’re a little worried about the pain and not sure what to expect.
- There is also a greater incidence of ink migration with foot tattoos. This means that the ink is likely to spread over time, blurring your tattoo design. This is possible with any tattoo, on any part of the body, but it’s more common with foot tattoos.If you get a foot tattoo, be prepared to go back and have it re-inked if need be. The top of your foot is the best place with the least blurring, avoid other places like the sides or the toes.
- Then there’s the issue of healing. A new tattoo should not be allowed to rub against clothing while it heals, which usually takes two to three weeks. For most tattoos, this is a pretty simple matter, but not for foot tattoos! Basically, depending on the placement of your tattoo, this may mean that you can’t wear shoes or socks for the time your tattoo is healing!
- Going around barefoot can lead to one more problem – infection. Feet, as we all know, are harder to keep clean than other parts of the body. Though it’s fairly rare to get an infection from a professional-quality tattoo, it is possible, and having a tattoo on your foot makes it slightly more likely.