Temporary corset piercings are often performed for aesthetic reasons. Most people who have one done belong to a fetish group or enjoy BDSM activities. But there are also people who do it temporarily for advertising reasons or special events. read more
To an outsider, a stretched lip is a form of body mutilation rather than art, but to a Mursi or Suri woman, it's an expression of female maturity and a sign that she has reached childbearing age. read more
Body art like healthcare renders strong opinions that can
create heated arguments from those for tattooing and those that are against
it. Some of the opinions for body art are that it’s your body and you can do what you
want with it; to it being... read more
Try Latex body painting to create custom wearable rubber clothing, costumes and masks. also used to create body artwork and special effect make up on its own or with the aid of silicon props. read more
Body arts are of various
types including Tattoos, body painting and face painting, piercing and
even branding. Many of these art forms have been developed centuries
back and are still followed as a part of religious or social customs
or may be... read more
The urge to decorate and adorn our bodies is human nature but for some cultures their body art is more than just a decoration and for the Maori their Mokos (as the Maori Tattoo Designs are known) hold powerful meanings read more
Tattooing and body art painting has become very popular lately. Check out what some of these great artists can do and how they do it. read more
Getting a tattoo for the first time? Read first this hub before you finally decide to get one. read more
They are what the rest of the world refer to as the "giraffe ladies" or the "long necks". They practice the art of "neck stretching". The Karen Padaung neck stretching involves permanent bodily modification which takes years to accomplish read more
Isn't She Gorgeous?
I am a total wimp with pain, I have no idea how I got my ears pierced! Both my two adults in training have tats and even Hubby. However, I would hope I would NOT be one of those sixty year olds who gets a tattoo for... read more
Body Art often conjures up images of tattoos painfully etched into the skin permanently. Piercings to the parts of the body are also a form of body art. These are becoming increasingly common all over the world with many more tattoo studios opening... read more
A woman who makes the effort to look good remains with a positive outlook on life and is enthususiastic about everything she does. She is a confident woman who can maintain a work-life balance and gets along with most people. Looking good makes one... read more
Here are pictures of the best cat tattoos I have found. read more
Body art is about more than tattoos and piercings. Visit our body art HubMob to learn more about this fascinating subject. read more
From the every innocent belly ring to a cheeky pierced tongue or even what it is known as a "Prince Albert", piercing has a sensual power that attracts people from all over the world. read more
Tattoo inks are not regulated by the FDA, despite increasing evidence of short-term and long-term effects, including skin cancer and auto-immune disorders. read more
Tattoos on the ear lob.
This would work for guys with big ear lobs as it would divert peoples attetion from thier ear lobs to their tattoos.I would love to see this done on my small ear lob as well just a sing of solidarity to the guys with big ear lobs.
First impressions are important. Failure to make a good first impression at a job interview will prevent your being hired. Visible tattoos and piercings do not make for a good impression at a job interview. read more
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