What part of the body has the least amount of pain when getting a tattoo.
Everyone's body is different. I would suggest the area and which you have the most meat on your skin!
If you have a fairly muscular arm then I guess the arm. It depends on the individual, but a leg could be easier. If you got a small tattoo on your back it would not be so bad, but if it was big then it might have a lot of pain as the back is a big area.
Besides the eye any where thats on the bone like the ribs or the top of your foot
by mkplcl 5 months ago
I desperately want this one tattoo, but I have a serious fear of needles..and the pain. I want it on my left rib cage...I'm a skinny girl, they show, and tattooing on bone I imagine can't be pleasant. I was wondering..if I could go in for the actual tattoo appointment maybee after a few drinks..or...
by Mmargie1966 7 years ago
Which hurts worse, getting a tattoo or waxing your body?People have different thresholds for several types of pain. I'm hoping this question starts an interesting dialog about pain.
by Mike 2 years ago
Does getting a tattoo hurt more than getting a shot?
by Hannah 6 years ago
What are the best places to get a tattoo (from least to most painful)?I really want to get a tattoo, but I have a VERY low tolerance for pain. Are there any good and (somewhat) painless places, or should I just stop thinking about it before I go and regret it?
by Becca Lopez 2 years ago
Is getting a tattoo on you feet or your hip worse...Where is the worse place to get a tattoo?
by Keith Schroeder 7 years ago
How painful is it to get a tattoo?Is there anything that reduces the pain?
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