Tattoo Ideas For The Lower Stomach
The belly or lower stomach is one of the best, most attractive areas to get a tattoo. If you're tempted to get inked, keep reading for top tips on how to choose a tattoo that's perfect for you. If the tattoo starts on the waist or stomach and finishes below the waistband, you could dress in a way that shows the top part and allows people to use their imagination with regards to where the tattoo ends. This can be incredibly sexy in both men and women. This is why OneHowTo would like to give you some tattoo ideas for the lower stomach.
Tattoo ideas for men's lower stomach
A man's lower stomach is not always the most attractive of areas. However, a tattoo can improve the area. For tattoos along the sides of the abdomen, choose vertical designs, e.g. an animal, Japanese symbol or even the symbol of a football team - these are all good ideas for tattoos for men.
Tattoo ideas for women's lower stomach
The stomach is an extremely popular area for women to have tattoos as it has an erogenous component. Two typical types of tattoos on women's abdomen is a tribal tattoo or a drawing. Tribal tattoos on a woman's stomach can be quite large and extend to the pubic area. Drawings, however, tend to be smaller and are normally located on the side of the waist.
Feather tattoos, for example, are getting increasingly popular recently.
Lower stomach tattoos for pregnant women
Tattoos in these areas are temporary tattoos normally, as they can be removed after pregnancy. Having a permanent tattoo when pregnant is not advised because, when the stomach shrinks, the tattoo doesn't tends to look warped.
Star tattoos on the lower stomach
This is one of the most in-trend tattoo designs. As you can see in the picture, shooting star designs can look spectacular. Moreover, star tattoos can be colored for an even more beautiful effect.
But why a star? At OneHowTo we tell you about the meaning behind star tattoos.
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- Make sure the tattoo studio has an autoclave (a device that uses steam, pressure, and heat for sterilisation). The tattoo artist should let you see how the equipment is sterilised in an autoclave.
- Check that the tattoo artist is a licensed professional. He/she should be able to give you references.
- Make sure that the tattoo studio is clean and safe, and that all equipment used is disposable (needles, gloves, masks, etc.) and sterilised (everything else).