Yes. When I was pregnant I had a tattoo around my belly button. It got really BIG. It does go back to it's normal shape though after pregnancy.
A man can have any tattoo that he wants. If he wants a unicorn tattoo, then he can get a unicorn tattoo.
You can get a butterfly tattoo at any local tattoo artist shop. This tattoo is the most common tattoo and you will find many examples of the artwork on the wall and in the tattoo artist's portfolio.
kid? how old are you? don't get a tattoo. It's permanent. If you do get a tattoo, get a Henna tattoo. They go away after a while
When you let a unlicensed tattoo artist tattoo you, you have a greater chance of a botched tattoo, and of becoming infected from improperly handled tattooing equipment
Yes, most official tattoo parlors have temporary tattoo options, which you can purchase on your visit. This is not always the case, but it has been for all of the tattoo parlors in my area.
Yes, a worded chest tattoo will stretch and shrink because the ink is usually on the skin.
The tattoo is on your skin. If your skin stretches, so will the tattoo.
EVERYTHING stretches when you get pregnant.
it will stretch and it will lose some of its shape. You can allways go back and get it redone if this happens though. Sometimes the tattoo will just seem smaller on your arm and more disproportionate.
Yes. Lets say for example that a woman gets a tattoo on her belly. Later on if she gets pregnant and her belly grows large, the tattoo will stretch also. The tattoo will probably not keep the same proportions and image as it stretches, so that may be something for women to think about before getting pregnant or before getting a tattoo on her belly.
I am getting a tattoo on my chest (left pec) next week, and am planning on doing a cycle of roids, gaining around 20lbs within a month, will this stretch or mess up my tattoo at all, and if so is there a way to prevent the stretch marks?
You need to be able to bridge/stretch skin
If you gain muscle mass then it will stretch it. But if you gain a lot of muscle mass then it will stretch it and make it fade color. Depending on how much muscle mass you gain will depend on how much it stretches and fades. the tattoo should stretch to fit with your new size. however using steroids will cause the tattoo to stretch too far in one direction or another, thus permanently disfiguring it. whether it will fade i dont know. but the tattoo will resize with you skin (Assuming natural muscle growth).
Yes, your tattoo will stretch when you are pregnant if the tattoo is (especially) on your breasts or trunk area. Some women tend to gain weight while they are pregnant (in more areas than just their abdomen area). Imagine it like this: your body is a balloon that is completely deflated (prior to pregnancy). As you go through the stages of pregnancy, your "balloon" gets bigger, and thus anything on your "balloon" will stretch. It may look 'foggy' or 'smokey' as the tattoo stretches.
its all conected, If you get stretch marks (most women do to some extent) your tattoo will stretch out and warp in those areas and it is not something that can be fixed. My tattoo artist strongly discourages belly tattoos for women who want to have children.
your skin will stretch and so will the tattoo, in some cases once the baby is delivered and you loose wait, the tattoo will look normal again