How to Choose a Tattoo Design

Due to the high popularity of tattoos lot of people chose to get a tattoo done. But many of them pick a design on impulse and regret about it later. Tattoos are permanent and it is best for you to spend some to choose the ideal design than regret later. Though it is possible to remove a tattoo now, you should know that the procedure is painful as well as expensive. So let us learn how to choose the best tattoo design for you.

Tattoos reflect your personality. When you pick a tattoo design, unknowingly your character, interests and state of mind play a role. Many people can interpret a tattoo and judge your personality as well. So it is important that you choose the right design.

Choose a design which lasts for ever. Sometimes people choose a tattoo design depending on their mental state at that particular time. Example if you are in deep love with someone it is possible that you want his/her name to be tattooed on your body. But if you break up with him/her you tattoo will cause you more mental agony than happiness. It will even cause trouble when you try to start a new relationship. Our advice: If you want to show your love to someone, pick a tattoo design which is symbolic to their character or name.

Choose a tattoo design which you proudly show to your friends. Would you choose a funny tattoo or a tribal tattoo?

If you are tattooing on a body part which is visible to you often, then choose a design which will give boost your mental happiness. Tattoo design with an evil character or violence can affect you mental status in a bad way while a flower tattoo can put you in a romantic mood.

If you are in a corporate job, it is better get tattoo on body part which is not easily visible to everyone. When you go for an interview or business meeting not everyone will appreciate your neck tattoo.

If you don’t have a basic design in mind, it can be hard to choose a tattoo design. You can observe tattoo designs done by other tattoo lovers, take a look at the magazines or you can even visit the tattoo parlor next to you to go through their catalog. But if you are totally unsure of a design, the best way to pick a suitable design is check out the huge collection of online tattoo designs here. The site got thousands of tattoo designs and if you want any modifications or custom designs, they can help you as well.

In conclusion, take time and think well before you pick a tattoo design. If you are unsure of basic design or lack inspiration, browse through the thousands of tattoo designs available on this site.

6 responses to “How to Choose a Tattoo Design”

  1. CHRISTIAN says:


  2. Tattoo Designer says:

    I understand what you mean. All I can say is do not rush while choosing a tattoo design. While is possible to remove a tattoo, it is not something you want to do. So take you time to select the right design for you.
    I would suggest you to download the free tattoos from here. Select few tattoos which you like and ask your friends and relatives for their opinion.
    If you need more tattoo designs see one of premium tatttoo sites listed here.

    Good luck for your first tattoo. 🙂

  3. Tom says:

    I’m trying to think of a Tat to get, but don’t really know a lot of tattoo designers with nice designs. I’m not in any rush, but want to view my options early. I’m looking for something that would look good on one of my shoulders.

  4. Catherine says:

    I really want a tattoo. I’m quite young too, but I’m not rushing into it. I have searched and searched trying to find my perfect design, but I don’t know what I want. I know I want something that is personal to me, but I just can’t think of anything. I want it on the inner part of my wrist. I don’t want to regret it either. I want a unique one, but I’m sick of searching. I would either like a design or else maybe a phrase. Help me please.

  5. Emily says:

    Right so I’m 15 turning 16 in a month and I’ve been wanting a tattoo for about half a year. I really really want one, not due to peer pressure. But one of my friends reecently had one done in Korea. And he said how much it didn’t hurt. And how much do they hurt?? Also I’ve stuck with the same idea… Should I do it?

  6. Callecalle says:

    I LOVE it.I have seriously wentad this tattoo sooooooo badly. The brutal division, yet subtle accentuation of the human form is simply breathtaking. We’ll see if I ever actually get the guts to permanently ink myself…xx, Claire

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