Monthly Archives: March 2021

Tattoo Maintenance Tips | Dos and don’ts after getting a tattoo

Dos and Don’ts After Getting a Tattoo | Photo credit: Instagram For everyone, getting inked is a great moment of pride. You are then part of the inked club, in which you wear this personalized piece of art for the rest of your life (unless you decide to go for a laser and cancel it). […]

Bam Margera hospitalized after infection with new tattoo

It doesn’t matter if you have a small party tattoo or end a multi-year journey to finish a bodysuit, every tattoo session ends exactly the same, with the tattoo artist reminding you to take care of your new ink. When you’ve been tattooed more times than you can count, it’s easy to ignore this advice. […]

Temporary Tattoos For Adults | POPSUGAR Beauty

As POPSUGAR editors, we independently select and write things that we love and think you will like, too. If you purchase a product that we have recommended, we may receive an affiliate commission, which in turn supports our work. One of the perks of spending the last year limiting the time we spend in social […]

The Age of Reinvention – Tattoo Ideas, Artists and Models

By Durb Morrison Today, tattooing is developing at a rapid rate. What was once a guarded and secret industry is now a booming, educated and artistic industry now in its rebirth! The search for new inventions, new products, new approaches and new thought processes has essentially brought us into the “era of reinvention”. Tattooing has […]

75 rad ramen tattoos – tattoo ideas, artists and models

Japan has brought us many amazing culinary dishes, from sushi to miso soup. One of my personal favorites is the ramen, which consists of Chinese wheat noodles, meat or fish broth, and a variety of toppings. The origins of this noodle soup are highly controversial, as some argue that it was imported from China to […]

The Tom MacDonald Interview – Tattoo Ideas, Artists and Models

Hip-hop has always been political. MCs have used rap as a medium to discuss social issues – often injustices faced by people of color – since the genre’s earliest days in the Bronx. Even when hip-hop began to explode into the mainstream in the 1980s, the political advantage remained. Rap groups such as Public Enemy, […]