Tattoo culture has existed in the history of many countries around the world. As cultures come together and merge, the spread of tattoo art is becoming more and more popular in countries around the world.
tattoo culture has a long history
In previous historical periods, tattooing was a cultural practice skull ornament of Vietnamese people, expressing the harmony of man with nature and a form of beauty of contemporaries. Today, due to social prejudice, revealing tattoos makes people not very sympathetic. However, appearance is never enough and is a factor to identify and evaluate people.
Unlike previous generations
young people today have a more open lifestyle and more than ever are stepping out of the prejudices of society. Young people increasingly love tattoo art when it is both aesthetic and contains stories, marking the beginning, the end or simply the desire to do what they like. Therefore, tattoos are no longer too strange in the midst of modern life, from small to large tattoos with a full range of colors and messages.
The development of society has promoted the integration needs of modern youth. In recent years, the increasing participation of young customers has made tattoo art make new comebacks with many different shapes. It is perceived by young people as a new form of decoration of the body, not an aggressive appearance like the way people often call it "brothers and sisters".
There are small tattoos that seem meaningless
but carry a great "implicit" meaning, becoming a permanent "mark" on the skull pattern tanktop legging body and have a special meaning for each person. After major turning points in her life, decided to get herself a semicolon tattoo.
“For me, a semicolon is used to mark a pause in a sentence, but not the end. This tattoo reminds me of the decisions I made in the past, that day it felt like I had to stop, but I chose to continue to have everything as it is today.