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The Mashable website recently interviewed Flying Tiger Tattoo, a tattoo studio based in Cincinnati, and asked tattoo artist Andy Eschenbach about where to avoid tattoos.
If you want to get a tattoo but don't want to be too painful, I suggest you refer to this daily newspaper.
▼Head: This is not just a problem of pain, you will clearly hear the tattoo artist's operation during the whole process, which is really scary╥﹏╥...
▼Face:Never!(The most regrettable tattoo part in the legend)
▼Hands: Although it is very popular now, in fact, many areas of the hands are tattooed and it is not pretty. But even more surprising is that the most painful part of the whole hand is the palm ╮(╯▽╰)╭
▼Sternum: Some customers once said that they felt "I am being cut across my chest with a knife"... so I don't recommend it.
▼Elbow: This part is actuallySlightly controversial, Some people feel that it doesn't hurt at all, while others are terribly painful... People with bad luck are not recommended to try.
▼ Ribs and stomach: these two partsSuper pain! ! ! In most cases, the human body secretes chemicals to temporarily relieve pain, but this does not include your ribs.
▼Buttocks: Although it may look more interesting (- -), but unfortunately, not only can not bring actual pleasure, but also hurt...
▼Inner thighs and knees: Not to mention it will be very painful, but more importantly, there is no way to show it to others.
▼Foot: This part is notoriously painful, but in factThe rumors may be exaggerated╮(╯▽╰)╭ will hurt, but not spicy or spicy.
▼Ankle: In fact, this place is very suitable for tattoos. However, many people who only have tattoos on their ankles will say that it is terribly painful, and those who have tattoos on many other parts will feel okay...so please judge by yourself.
Anyway, it's better to be cautious about tattoos. But if you are sure to get a tattoo, then this daily newspaper may help you relieve some of the pain, thank you!
Article reprinted from "Baozou Daily"
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