Circle Mandala Tattoo Design

Circle Mandala Tattoo Design

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Consider get a tattoo that matches your career, hobbies, and talents, the image you choose will be a reflection of yourself. Consider the reasons why you want the tattoo in the first place. If you want to be expressive or body decoration, think about things that you enjoy or have meaning to you.

Body piercing has seen a resurgence of interest in the last ten to twenty years and are becoming more and more a part of the mainstream Western culture. Take a look at any fashion or entertainment magazine and you’ll see plenty of well-known celebrities with body piercing like navel rings or a labret.


First of all, what is a Mandala? If you haven’t known, the Mandala is Sanskrit for “Magic Circle” and many cultures since the ancient times use it as an expression …

So when you go to your local shop and ask them to design a custom tattoo for you often are limited to only the two artists or so that work at that parlor. Sure this is okay but if you think about it only two artists is pretty limiting. Each tattoo artist has their own unique style it is after all. So you are limited to getting the look and feel of the tattoos artists that work in the shop.

In fact, only pharaoh himself could have his navel pierced. Any one else who tried to get a belly button ring could be executed. (Tell that to Britney Spears!) Almost every well-to-do Egyptian wore earrings, though, to display their wealth and accent their beauty. Elaborate enameled and gold earrings frequently portrayed items in nature such as lotus blossoms.

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