Getting Inked: What to Expect When You Get a Tattoo
Tattoos have served many purposes, from displaying tribal art to identifying military, gang, and biker associations. Today, they seem nearly ubiquitous and part of socially-acceptable, mainstream body modification. Any young person considering a tattoo needs to read this book to examine and evaluate his or her reasons for wanting one and to ensure that, if he or she decides to get a tattoo, it s done in the proper way, with safety, health, and future needs all given top priority. This book poses the hard questions that must be answered when deciding whether or not to get a tattoo, where that tattoo should go, and what it should be. The book reveals exactly what should be expected from the tattooing process and how to go about it in the safest smartest way from considering how the tattoo will be viewed in future.
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