Friday, April 9, 2010

The History of the Lower Back Tattoo

Take a look around you and you will observe that nearly every second man and women is sporting at least one tattoo these days. It seems that members of the young generation are, in ever increasing numbers, having tattoos etched on nearly every part of their bodies. The lower back tattoo is quite often oblong in shape and is considered to enhance the curves and shapes of the female body. There are an untold number of reasons for this popularity, but probably the most common reason for women choosing this location for their tattoo is the fact that it is considered very attractive and sensual. In other words, a woman who displays such a tattoo believes that she becomes more attractive in the eyes of other people. Generally most women wish to be appealing to the opposite sex thus the explosion of the lower back tattoo!
 the Lower Back Tattoo

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 The Lower Back Tattoo ART TATTOOS
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 Galery the Lower Back Tattoo
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The lower back tattoo has re-emerged in popularity over the last few years, it is certainly not a new design. This style of tattoo has in fact been around for hundreds of years, with its origins connected to ancient religions and spiritual rituals. In ancient times, the lower part of the back was considered the storage place of a person's spiritual energy. This is quite similar to the notion of the chi force and meridian fields that are common to eastern cultures. Additionally, the concept of lower back energy is also found in certain styles of Yoga. It is therefore not surprising that this concept shares similar traits with other eastern religions as the practice of Yoga played an influential role within many types of eastern religions.
 Sexy the Lower Back Tattoo
 sexy female the Lower Back Tattoo
When choosing a place to put your tattoo on, choose one which makes you feel comfortable, and not one which is fashionable, as you will have to live with this design forever. Also, if you think a certain spot of your body is the perfect place for your tattoo, even if not many people think it is appropriate, don’t let that stop you either. As you can see, the perceptions of lower back tattoo designs have certainly changed over time. But definitely keep in mind whether you would still like that tattoo as years go by. Try not to get tattoos that will be meaningless, or perhaps out of fashion, in 10, 20, or even 40 years time!

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