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>skin tone(very pale)
lol wut. How is being very pale an essential factor in tattoos looking okay? If anything, certain colors look awful on pale skin. Ever see a pale girl with pink or red floral tattoos? It literally makes us look like we have some kind of fucked up illness, no matter how well done the piece is. Pic very much related. Also, monochrome tattoos blend nicely with black skin and makes them more subtle and less jarring. Not saying it looks better or worse than on pale people, just different.
>using Kat von D as the example of what women into tattoos should go for
Okay, now you're just confirmed for shit taste.
Anyway, myself personally, I just simply don't care at all enough to think up taste-based guidelines on what I approve of tattoowise. Some tattoos look good, some don't. If they're good, I get to look at something pretty and if they're bad, I get a good chuckle. Win/win either way. Now that I'm thinking about it, though…
>try to avoid anything that makes it look like you might have a skin condition or weird medieval sickness
>not a fan of huge tattoos unless they're beyond gorgeous and really feminine
>cartoon characters are tacky af
>I think being covered head to toe in tattoos makes people look like shit 99.999% of the time and makes it look like you're full edgelord and pretty much using them as an accessory. For this to look good, all tattoos must be exceptional and on the feminine side.
But that's just me, you do you.
Also, as far as guys go- a few well done tattoos could be attractive to me. A guy would have to be 12/10 Greek God mancandy for me to go for a guy covered in them, though. And they'd all have to be really amazing.