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Lower Back Tattoos for Women

These days lower back tattoos for women are becoming the place for women to get tattooed. Statistics show that around one in every five women that have tattoos have one on their lower back. It has become so common that it even has a name, "the tramp stamp".

There is an easy explanation as to why this area on a woman's body is becoming more and more popular for tattooing. It's because there are only a few spots on any woman's body that are considered sensual. There are many people that consider the neck and lower back to be the most sensitive areas for tattoos. With it being so easy to hide lower back tattoos for women there has been an increase in the desire for them not to mention the affect that they have on men. I don't know what it is about them but when a guy sees one sometimes it feels like we're in a trance. Also when a woman wants to get a tattoo but doesn't want to flaunt it around for the world to see unless she feels like it the lower back tattoos for women are easy to hide from anyone that they don't want to get judged by or maybe at work.

You can find numerous lower back tattoos for women if you just look around. Some of the more popular ones are:

  • Flower designs are one of the first things that most women think about for the lower back.
  • Dolphins or butterflies make for cute tattoos on the lower back or anywhere for that matter.
  • Dragon tattoos for those that are more adventurous and look great
  • But the most common of the lower back tattoos for women have got to be Tribal. Something like stars, the sun, or Celtic styles which most are inspired by Polynesian styles.

In the event that you decide on a lower back tattoo keep some things is mind. Before you get the tattoo work done where loose fitting clothes so that the tattoo artist has an easier time doing the work. Trust me, you don't want them to have to fight with tight clothes just to do the tattoo. If you make things easier for them they will make things easier for you and you will not regret you new tattoo. And once your tattoo is finished make sure to wear loose clothes while your tattoo is still in the healing process. It will feel really uncomfortable to have your clothes rubbing against your fresh tattoo.

Lastly do your research on lower back tattoos for women before you get it done. Don't do it just because is in the in thing right now. If you find something that you really want to get done then you will have no regrets down the road.


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