Tiger tattoos can be done in many different ways, most popular is the realistic tiger usually drawn lifelike and surrounded by its natural habitat. Other options include cartoon tigers which are considered more playful and lighthearted, and then there are tribal, Chinese and zodiac versions. Tiger tattoos are done beautifully and can blend into any canvas. Most markings are big and bold and use bright colors to command attention. Often tiger tattoos are displayed with their paws spread forward and out as tiger paws are said to be symbols of good luck.
Tattoos are not injected into the skin, and we are not using hypodermic needles or hollow needles to apply your tattoos. Your skin is composed of Epidermis, Dermis and a Subcutaneous Fat Layer. Within the Epidermis are five layers: the Stratum Corneum, Stratum Lucidium, Stratum Granulosum, Stratum Spinosum, and Stratum Germinativum.
The whole process of tattooing takes place in the first three layers of your epidermis (not even all the way through your epidermis!)
Tattoos are one of the most impressive body art styles which have existed since the ancient times. With the passage of time tattoos have emerged as the latest fashion statements in the different parts of the world. These permanent marking symbols share their origin from the vast continents of Asia and Europe. Both young and old love the appeal offered by this unique body art which have attained a tremendous amount of popularity.
There are various types of designs you can go for and each of them have considerable relevance. Tattooing is a very intricate and innovative art. It takes years of practice to learn it properly. You can obviously get unique designs from professional tattoo designers and get your body parts marked permanently. Just walk into any tattoo parlor and get inked today.