Getting a tattoo is such a personal experience. Most people seem to want something unique, yet just about everybody goes to the same internet sources like Google Images when they get art done. Twin Falls artist, Alen Heric, explains the best way to get a tattoo that's unique to you.
It's the tattoo question to end all tattoo questions. What tattoos hurt the most and least? One Twin Falls tattoo artist knows the answer and explains why some people think it will hurt more than it does and others underestimate the pain.
You might be surprised how crazy some people get when deciding where they want tattoos and what they want there. Amanda Williams told us about how outrageous some people get when it comes to their art and what styles she enjoys most.
The tattoo craze may have finally hit its peak. Because suddenly, a lot of people are realizing the tribal pattern tattooed on their neck might hurt their career as a claims adjuster.
In the past year, tattoo removal procedures in the U.S. are up a massive 32%.
Tattoos are fully mainstream now . . . according to the most recent study, 21% of Americans have at least one. A new survey found more stats, all of which back up the idea that tattoos aren't for 300-pound bikers and rock gods anymore . . .
Women are more likely than men to have a tattoo. Of the people surveyed from Reuters with tattoos, 59% were women, 41% were men.