What is a good place for a last name tattoo on women?
So my dilemma is that I have 9 tattoos already. I have one on my foot, one on my ankle, one on the side of my leg, one on my wrist, one on each boob, one behind my ear, one on my shoulder and one on the back of my neck. I have plans to get a half sleeve on my right arm, and a tree and a date on on my right wrist. Now if you're gunna tell me tattoos are trashy go right ahead. I really do not care what you think, I just want opinions. I am not going to base my decision solely on the answers I receive on here. I have some ideas of my own as to where to get it, I just would like to see what other people think. All my tattoos have some sort of meaning to me, I don't get a tattoo just for the sake of getting a tattoo. The reason I have chose my last name is because no matter what it will always be apart of me. Even if I get married I will still have a connection to my last name.
If you're going to give me stupid answers don't even bother answering. Grow up.
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
People can be so rude and opinionated about tattoos these days. As long as they mean something to you, it doesn't matter what anyone else says
For a name tattoo it depends on how the writing style is going to be. Personally if I were to do my last name I would have it written like this
down the side of my back, just on the edge of being on the side.
Then I could add swirl and shadow accents around the edges going downward (helps elongate my body shape as I am quite petite)Source(s): 6 tattoos: wrist, foot, neck, lower back, ribcage, hip, and 4 more on the way!
- 7 years ago
wow people suck. i like the idea of getting it across your shoulder, i'll give some pic-links, but it depends on how it would look with the other tats on your chest.
- MrbillLv 77 years ago
across your forehead in reverse. will allow you to read it in a mirror. large dark letters.