I would prefer a women leave her skin natural and untouched. The women skin is the most attractive organ on her body.
i always thought it would be... her heart!
;;holds out hand like a claw;;
And would this be untrue for men, or are women just here to look pretty? (Sorry to sound aggressive but you must understand that this is touchy when you're on EP, which isn't exactly a gender friendly site)
Generally speaking... no, they are not attractive. Specifically speaking... I've seen some tattoos that were less offensive (aesthetically) than others, but I've NEVER seen one that increased a woman's attractiveness.
Suicide Girls are some of the prettiest and hottest chicks out there.<br />
Love a woman with a full chest piece or sleeves. Just freaking hot!
I didn't get my tattoos for anyone's approval. One, on my shoulder, is in memory of my child that died. It creates conversations about him that I wouldn't normally have if someone didn't ask me about it. My other tattoo, on my ankle, is a dove - my sign of peace. I think too many on anyone is distasteful but whether men find mine unattractive - I could care less.
well to each its own i have recently had a tattoo put on my wrist of my husbands name we both love it and think that it is a wonderful thing to show love for one another and dont mind the world seeing my love for him in black and white
Hell yes. I love those girls that look like the ones in hot rod mags or on Suicidegirls
depends, if the tattoo is on her lower back i find that very sexy, but also if they have dimples there<br />
tho i wouldnt recommend it if ur going to get a tattoo cuz u think it would attract guys
No... tattoos are meant for sailors and people who spend too much time in prison.<br />
Think the fashion for female tattoos has now passed and they are just tacky now.... also you can see the tattoos that are about 10 years old are just a mess especially the intricate ones (originally)
To each his own, I have one on my arm. I'm not proud of it and wish i didn't have it. Small ones in discrete places are ok. but to me they turn me off when I see people with tattoos all over their bodies, some are disgusting. I guess some people need to make a strong statement in this world.
It is your life.. if you want to get a tattoo do it for yourself. Have a reason for the tattoo and if you aren't sure wait a year or two.! if you still really want it then you know it was meant to be :) don't get or not get anything because someone might not like it.... its your body.
As said above, I have not seen a tat that made a girl more sexy only some smaller unoffensive ones. I think it looks trashy for a big one on the back (especially if one day she might want to wear a classy sexy backless dress) or even worse a sleeve and the lower back "tramp stamp" says it all.
... but in the end it really depends on the size style and location.... poor quality and overly large and very visible would be a deal breaker....<br />
... refined, and in the right places... I think I would consider that sexy... now when it comes to symbolism... that again depends on the symbol and the implied message... there are symbols that would be an immediate dealbreaker, regardless of style, qulity and position....<br />
... but if those symbols are important to you, they are part of your personality. and if someone considers that a dealbreaker, your better of without that person..
That sucks I have a tattoo on my ankle....got it when I was 20 and I still like mine
Tattoo's that are small. That are not normally seen are fine. Very few people seem to be happy with just one from what I have seen. Once the ice is broken they want more and more. Not in all cases but a lot of them. My Daughter has one in memory of her Mom, my wife. She has another on her ankle that has her daugthers birth date and her sons birth date in a ribbon design around the ankle. Now she is talking about gettng another one and on and on it goes.....<br />
If they are personally important to you then yes it makes sense. If it is just to get a tattoo then hold back on the urge.
I like the ones that transform into actual living creatures.
Surprisingly or not, I get the sense the answer is "No." Not sure if it's aesthetic or a feeling that they were left out of some deep experience you already had, or both. Or neither. Just do not know...
I think it depends on the tattoo and your general style but no tattoo would never be out of fashion.
Tattos on girls are a sign of rebelliousness. The only tatto which will draw good attention to the lady is a skirt short enough to reveal some leg but long enough to cover the essentials.