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!)
Tattoo looks awesome in color, but can be more difficult in black ink. The choice is yours, but color tattoos often give a softer look and add details.
Most of the meanings are associated with the scorpion's characteristics and traits in nature. This is usually a common occurrence with most animal tattoos. For example, when mating, the male scorpion does a seductive sex dance to impress the female. The scorpion tattoo can represent this sexuality arousal.
The reasons for choosing a scorpion tattoo vary. Some get a picture because they are a scorpion Scorpio, which relate to horoscopes. Others get tattoos as a scorpion is a fierce animal, with a rough appearance. The purpose of a tattoo is usually either to represent the personality, or to show a clean looking picture. Often, tattoo artists are capable of giving the impression that the scorpion out of his navel area or on the skin. Undoubtedly, the amount of creativity is yours!