How Men and Women Choose Their Tattoo Design?

How Men and Women Choose Their Tattoo Design?

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When it comes to getting a tattoo, both men and women in some way have different opinions about the design adorning their bodies.

One tattoo design website, known as the Custom Tattoo Design, has asked its visitor’s several questions in order to learn about the different tattoo choices men and women make.

Men and women are in some way different when it comes to choosing a tattoo art which is going to adorn their bodies.Design

The website actually connects people that want tattoo designs with visual artists who can, in fact, help them to make their vision become a reality. Once when a design is decided on, as well as when the customer pays a fee, she or he can then take a copy of the tattoo design to an actual tattoo artist in order to get the work done.

The website actually polled site users about the tattoo choices which they had, including the color, as well as the placement of the design on the part of their body.

According to the data which was collected by the website Custom Tattoo Design, men are more likely to want full, or even half sleeve tattoo work, while, on the other hand, women often go for the hip, foot, as well as lower back or ankle. Only 13.5 percent of the men that were asked were actually looking at lower back parts of the body, compared to over 86 percent of women.

However, 81 percent of men were actually looking for chest designs, compared to only 19 percent of women wanting the same.

In comparison with women, men want tattoos which will be in some prominent places, such as the arms, chest, as well as calf. However, women opt for some areas which are easily covered with clothing.

Men, with 80.6 percent, and women with 76 percent, both seem to prefer black ink tattoos, at least according to the data posted by the website.

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