Get A Tattoo In Dubai
Tattoo Nation Dubai - If you’re thinking about getting a tattoo in Dubai, Tattoo Nation Dubai offers you the completest repertory of professional tattoo artists in Dubai. Top-notch quality and the highest standards in the tattoo industry can be found on this professional tattoo studio in Dubai. Whether if you have some ideas or you want to hear ideas from those professionals and experts in the tattoo world, in Tattoo Nation Dubai you’ll find the best ideas and the best designs to get that perfect permanent tattoo dubai. A professional treat and services are provided by the prestigious and famous team of dubai tattoo artists in this dubai tattoo studio.
A tattoo must be especial and unique to satisfy the customer needs. There are millions of people tattooed in the world, but every tattoo created in Tattoo Nation Dubai is unique from the rest. Every tattoo must be different from another, people relate stories with their tattoo. A tattoo is a story of something unforgettable, meaningful or important. With professional help and the proper tattoo artist, you’ll tell and remind stories just by looking at your tattoo. The hygiene standards are flawless, the highest standards of the tattoo industry can be found in Tattoo Nation Dubai.
The team of professionals that compound the tattoo studio in dubai is filled up with global experience, with tons of years in the tattoo industry. If you’re thinking of getting a fantastic tattoo in Dubai, but you don’t know which tattoo studio in Dubai you must chooses, our dubai tattoo studio is your best bet to get an outstanding tattoo.
History of Tattoos
Tattooing has been practiced throughout the world for many centuries. The oldest known tattooed mummie, identified as Ötzi, is the oldest currently known example. His body, with 61 tattoos, was found in a glacier ofthe Alps. The mummie was dated to 3,250 BC. Tattooing was popular among certain ethnic groups in southern China, Polynesia, Africa, Borneo, Cambodia, Europe, Japan, the Mentawai Islands, MesoAmerica, New Zealand, North America and South America, the Philippines, Iron Age Britain, and Taiwan. The Ainu, an indigenous people of Japan, traditionally had facial tattoos, as did the Austroasians.
Pre-Christian Germanic, Celtic and other central and northern European tribes were often heavily tattooed, according to surviving accounts.
Styles of Tattoos
- 1. Traditional Tattoo Style
The classic American tattoo style, known as traditional or Americana style, has been making
a popular comeback. Solid black outlines, a limited colour palette, less details and impeccable precision.
Popular traditional imagery includes eagles, roses, skulls, hearts, daggers, nautical and women's heads.
Its beauty is its strength. Its key is the simplicity of production.
- 2. Realism Tattoo
As the title says this is a tattoo that looks exactly like it would in the real world. The artist must have a fine art skill.
Realistic tattoos done well look like photographs on the skin. High detail is simply adding some shading here and there to
make a tattoo look more detailed where in realism you need to pay attention to the true lighting of the subject.
- 4. Tribal Tattoo
This is actually the oldest known tattoo style, from ancient times. Mostly black in colour, often using symmetry
and geometrical design. Sometimes un-detailed with block black lines. The traditions of tribal tattoos for men
backpedal to a huge number of years (thousands). Indeed, even different styles of tattoos that are mainstream
today are established on a few parts of tribal tattoos. The tattoos were utilized to know difference between tribes or
cultural groups in a particular region. Be that as it may, of all the indigenous societies, the Polynesian, Samoan, and Maoris
are the individuals who have come to be most connected with tribal tattoos today. Indeed, even the word tattoo' is gotten
from 'tatau', a Polynesian expression which intends to 'mark something.'
- 5. New School Tattoo
Cartoon-like designs influenced by graffiti and hip-hop artistic techniques and styles. Bubble-like designs, bright colours,
exaggerated dimensions and features. Popular with popular culture icons and animals. New school tattooing consolidates
components from many tattooing customs including irezumi, folk art, and old school. It is like old school tattooing in that they
both, for the most part, utilize heavy outlines. As opposed to the confined palette in the old school, in any case, new school
tattoos as often as possible utilize a scope of vivid colours. New school tattoos are not realistic in that they overstate subtle
elements in the subject; they are compared to styles seen in spray painting, cartooning, and themes found in hip-hop culture,
for example, bubble letters and jagged edges.
- 6. Neo Traditional Tattoo Style
This style is like Traditional, Neo Traditional tattoos often use bold outlines and a careful, precise shading. Compared to
Traditional tattoos, they are more detailed. You will see Neo Traditional tattoos more experimental with colour and blending,
more dimensional and often brighter.
Neo-Traditional is a cutting edge turn on the customary style of inking. Utilizing components of the customary style, for example,
bold lines and an illustrative, "cartoon" quality, Neo-Traditional artists have pushed the limits to make a one of their very own kind styles.
Frequently imbued with a darker shading palette and components of nature, and set up together with surrealist pizazz, neo-conventional
tattoos are an extraordinary case of the imaginative way of the tattoo industry.
- 7. Japanese Tattoo Style
The most sacred tattoo arts can be found in Japanese tattoo style. Detailed designs often cover large areas of the body such
as the back or the arm. Japanese style follows a very strict set of artistic rules - positioning, imagery used, direction, colour
and more. Designs mostly include cherry blossoms, koi fish, lotus flowers, dragons, war dogs and geishas.
After World War II, the Emperor of Japan banned tattoos with an end goal to enhance Japan's image in the west.
Tattoos in Japan then went up as a criminal component, yet this didn't prevent foreigners from being so captivated as to search
out the skills of Japanese tattoo artists' practice that kept Japanese style tattoos alive. The current relationship between Japanese
conventional tattoos and the criminal component is said to have prompted the reception of tattoos by the Yakuza, the Japanese mafia.
This has likewise served to advance the "cool" aesthetic of Japanese customary tattoos.
- 8. Dotwork Tattoo
A style of tattooing consisting entirely of dots in order to create various designs and images where you might normally shade
or use block colour. Mandalas, sacred geometry and stipple portraits are common forms of dotwork. Intricate designs that
use lots of tiny dots in areas. Dotwork tattoos before were hand-tapped, a case of such is found in my past blog about
my adventure to meet and get a hand-tapped tribal tattoo from Apo Whang Od. The pointillism technique is likewise
a decent other option to standard conventional shading. On the off chance that one can do it as perfectly, as persistently
and as dot-like as would be prudent, the complete ends up plainly dazzling.
- 9. Geometric Tattoo - Geo Style Tattoo
Intricate designs made of shapes that might use symmetry and repetition to create a large design. Triangles are used very often. Also combinations of Geometric and Realism Style are becoming more polular recently. For example a half real lion face and the other half geometric face shaped. Alternatively, geometry may be added to a Neo Traditional or other style tattoo. Often black or grey colour. With consecrated geometry, we allude to those shapes and examples that are found in nature and that are flawless, for example, the spiral of the golden section (we're certain you've seen the nautilus shell in numerous tattoos), and different designs, for example, the Gordian knot or the flower of life. Frequently these patterns and designs are superbly symmetrical, and for the most part, incorporate circular shapes. A standout amongst the most well-known outlines is mandalas, for the most part, squares containing a circle and numerous other geometric shapes, forming a whole with a radial adjust.
- 10. Biomechanical Tattoo
A style of tattooing in which a tattooist designs a piece (usually freehand) based on the client’s body flow in order to recreate a robotic or cyborg-like aesthetic to the client’s skin. This could includes components like levers, rods, gears, wires, pipes, chips among other things. In addition, other individuals can utilize them to demonstrate that they have energy for tattoos and they need to impart it to others. It is a piece of art that is changing with innovation and has no association with the past. For example, you can get a heart tattoo with every one of its parts portrayed. You can want to consolidate a few images, for instance, the dreamcatcher, or a dragon with it.
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How To Get A Tattoo In Dubai
Getting your first tattoo in dubai is a major decision in your life. This decision can (in the worst case) lead to a lifetime of regret if you don’t get things right. Tattoo Nation Dubai supports you on your way to your first tattoo in our tattoo studio in dubai. It’s understandable that you are driven by the idea to get a nice tattoo dubai. We want your first tattoo experience to be one that you remember for all of the right reasons. There are a few simple guidelines for your dubai tatoo that should make the experience great for both, you and the permanent tattoo dubai artist.
If you are new to the world of tattooing, there’s no shame in starting a small tattoo in dubai. Give yourself and your body a chance to learn the process slowly. Find out how your skin takes ink, how your body heals, and most important, how you experience and tolerate pain in our tattoo studio in dubai. Let´s be serious, a tattoo always comes along with "some sort" of pain. That´s normal if you see that we are working below the first skin layers. For us it´s very important to find your personal maximum dosis of pain per session, to not let you end up regretting your decision.
It might sound funny but, know why you're getting a tattoo!
Not all tattoos need some deep, personal meaning. You can just want something on your body because you think it's beautiful. BUT, never consider getting a tattoo just for the sake of having one. A Tattoo usually is a lifetime decision. Your tattoo will be a permanent part of your body, and there must be a solid plan for the next 10-15 years at least.
Do your research on our dubai tattoo studio. We can't tell this enough: feeling safe and comfortable in our tattoo studio in dubai and with the artist who is doing your ink is the MOST important part of the tattoo process. This includes everything from understanding our health and safety protocols.
How can you prepare yourself for a dubai tattoo:
- 1. Meet the artist in advance for your dubai tattoo
- 2. Know the costs
- 3. Consider the right placement
- 4. Spellcheck your ink
- 5. Prepare your body and skin
How to prepare for the day of your permanent tattoo dubai:
- 1. Getting a tattoo dubai under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a NoGo!
- 2. Dress comfortably to have the areas for your dubai tattoo easy accessible. Make sure you're wearing something you can easily remove for the appointment.
- 3. Be prepared for blood. No panic please, but there will be some blood. You may not bleed at all, but you should prepare for it.
- 4. Painkillers or Medication? Definitely not! Certain meds are blood-thinners (meaning even more blood will flow from the tattoo dubai) and can affect how the ink adheres to the skin, which can result in blurry or discoloured tattoos.
- 5. Don´t bring any spectators. The tattoo session is for you and we don´t want your or the tattoo artist getting distracted from the main mission.
- 6. Enjoy your session!
Tattoo Aftercare In Dubai
Got your new tattoo done? Congratulations! But now what? Now it’s time to ensure that your gorgeous new piece of artwork stays that way! There are so many aftercare recommendations and products out there. What to trust in?
1. Follow your artist
This is the most important thing, listen to your tattoo artist. He knows how to take care because of their medical courses.
The artist will inform you precisely what you have to do to properly care for your new dubai tattoo. They have seen the results of proper
aftercar over many years of experience. The majority of tattoo healing problems are because the customers don´t follow the advice of the artist.
2. Leave the covering foil on for at least 4-6 hours
Once the tattoo is complete, your tattoo artist will clean the area properly with an anti-bacterial ointment. He will then cover the tattoo with a bandage or some sterile foil. Do not open the bandage within the first hours. We understand that you are excited to show your new tattoo to your friends, but it´s very important to protect the wounded skin from airborne bacteria and dirt.
3. Carefully remove the bandage and gently wash the tattoo
Your artist recommends lukewarm water and mild, antibacterial or antimicrobial soafree cleaning liquid. Rub the tattoo gently by using your hands, removing all traces of blood, plasma, or leaked ink. This will help to prevent the tattoo from scabbing too soon. Don´t use a washcloth or any sponge to clean the tattoo, as these harbor bacteria. Wash the tattoo indirectly by splashing the water over the tattoo with your hands, don´t hold it under the stream of water.
4. Gently dry the tattoo
Dry your new tattoo with a light, soft towel gently. Do not rub the tattoo to avaid irritation. You should leave the dry tattoo uncovered for 20 minutes to an hour. This will allow the tattoo to breathe and any excess moisture to evaporate. You should allow your tattoo to breathe like this after each time you wash it or get it wet.
5. Protect your new tattoo with a water-based anti-bacterial or antiseptic creme
Make sure to apply only a very thin layer that's just enough to make the tattoo shine. Massage it in gently until it's absorbed by the skin. It's very important that you don't apply too much creme to your tattoo, this could encourage the growth of bacteria.
6. Repeat steps 3, 4 and 5 at least twice a day
You should continue to wash and creme your tattoo 2-3 times a day until it is fully healed. This can take from 3 to 6 six weeks, depending on the size and location of the tattoo. After applying special anti-bacterial creme for the first 3 to 5 days, you can switch to regular lotion after each wash.