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IN Creative ON 17 May, 2016
Tattoos are a piece of art. Beautiful ways to depict true talent and deep desire of expression. Look at David Beckham as an example. Every inch of his body has a tattoo that entails a part of his career and life as well.
A white ink has a certain aura to it. It encapsulates a lot more than any normal tattoo would. Read on to find a list of beautiful tattoos.
The trick to the design is that it is pretty inconspicuous. Even the most observant people would miss out on this one.
White tattoos have been around for quite a long time. Yet they've only gained popularity recently. Getting the design and entire process right can be very tricky and requires a sharp skill set.
Glow-in-the-dark tattoos use UV white ink. In ordinary light, the tattoos are hardly visible, unless combined with regular ink. UV white ink tats are more expensive but how can nightclub enthusiasts resist?!
The all famous Rihanna has a tattoo that spells life. The always surrounded by controversy miss Lindsay Lohan sports a tattoo that says breathe right under her wrist.
White tattoos are subtle. They're simple and elegant and give a certain charm to the person inked with it.
This white tattoo is so new the skin looks a bit red and pink, but the rendering of the peace dove is perfect. White tattooing is especially nice if the other color contrast enhances the overall design, yet not overwhelm it.
The white ink used to make white tattoos is a tad thicker when it comes to the texture. This gives the raised look after getting inked. The tattoo texture must be consistent throughout.
This tattoo design appears like lacy jewelry. The dermal piercings with crystal studs look brilliant. White ink tattoos often look like the body-art method of branding or scarring but this is much more delicate and super feminine!
White is the embodiment of peace. And, peace leads to positivity.
Since tattoos involve breaching the upper layer of the skin, the immune system is bound to enter the scene. The initial red tint is a result of the excessive blood gushing through the nodes surrounding the pierced area. Once it settles, the tattoos look beautiful.