Answer: Kentucky law requires tattoo artists to register with a local health department and pay a annual fee of $20 per artist and $100 for a tattoo studio certification. Each artist must complete the Tattoo, Body Piercing and Ear Piercing Program which covers state regulations relating to health and cleanliness of places of business, sterilization of tattooing instruments and equipment, procedures to prevent the spread of disease, and the procedures to prevent tattooing of minors without the written and notarized consent of a parent or legal guardian.
Answer: Any popular Japanese or water flowers. Cherry blossoms are probably the most popular to go with koi tattoos. Lotus flowers are also popular. although to expand on this answer koi fish normally swim upstream in the fall/winter and those seasons are represented by maple leaves and Chrysanthemums, cherry blossoms and peonies represent spring and summer which is often protrayed with a dragon
Answer: Tattoo is actually a combination of two words from the Polynesian language. The word "Tata" means to tap repeatedly by hand. The word "Au" means color. Due to the way that tattoos are traditionally given, sailors travelling through the polynesian islands would ask for "Tata" "Au". Therefore evolving into one word known as "Tattoo".
Intenze true black holds good and solid for a long time.
I find Kuro Sumi black to be great for outline and black/ grey shading, have tried others but always go back to it, as above, the intenze true black works well for tribal. Be carefull buying "ink" online, there has been a lot of fake intenze, starbrite and kuro sumi pigment getting around.
Answer: Beacase they permanantly mark their skin for LIFE!!!!! Get tattoos in places that can not be seen when you are wearing clothes you wear to work. If they are hidden and you like them then do what makes you happy :]
Answer: It has become trendy to get tattoos of lips. Many people who havethese had someone put lipstick on and kiss a piece of paper so thetattoo artist can replicate their lips permanently onto their body.
Answer: The original meaning is a drum performance and it dates from the 17th Century when the British Army was fighting in the Low Countries. Drummers from the garrison town were sent into town at 9.30 pm to warn the soldiers that it was time to return to barracks and an instruction to inn keepers that it was time to stop serving beer. The Dutch words were Do Den Tap Toe. The drummers continued to play until curfew at 10pm. After a while the process became more of a show, including the First Post and The Last Post. It developed from there in military life and became a show for the general population and a display of military might