The tattoo design has been created as Obviously tattoos can be extended but this often impairs the visual integrity of the design. This is why it's so important to get it right first time. There are literally millions of different designs you can choose from and each one will convey a different message.
Do you want to shout out to the world or do you want to keep your statements to yourself? Think carefully So you need to think carefully about what you want to say with your tattoo. But you might want to reserve it for special people only. Naturally, if you're going to the trouble of choosing a design and then going to the expense of having your new tattoo done, you won't want to keep it hidden away.
Others will opt for something a little more subtle, perhaps with some muted colors that are more decorative than overtly obvious and might be intended for personal pleasure rather than public viewing. They almost shout out 'This is me, and this is what I stand for!! Some will go for the stark black and white, comparatively simple designs because they make a bold, almost confrontational statement about who they are. Personality So, when you're selecting your new tattoo design for the first time you want to ensure that it sits well with your personality and is something that you'll be proud to have on your skin for the rest of your life.
Usually, of course, if a tattoo is a singleton (that is, not surrounded by a collection of pre-existing tattoos) it will be much more obvious, and the message that it gives out will be that much stronger. If you're thinking about getting a tattoo, whether for the first time or whether for the hundredth you'll be very conscious of the message that you intend it to convey.