Are you rocking a #GayTattoo?
You’ve got to be careful with tattoos. They can look amazing, but something that seemed like a really cool idea when you were 19 may not seem so amazing when you’re 35.
Here’s a few simple tips:
Make sure you get a professional tattoo artist to do it.
Start small and build your design over the years.
Avoid names or anything that you may change your mind on.
Avoid any parts of your body that are going to stretch.
We like to keep an eye on our Instagram feed for examples of some of the guys who are getting their #GayTattoo game just right. Here’s what we’ve found recently.
Turn your body into a work of art
Juniorchild has gone all-in with dramatic design. That’s hours and hours and pain and discomfort. Was it worth it? Obvs.
Make good choices
A neck-tattoo is a choice that you have to be really confident about.
It’s not exactly clear what Andreas Kürner has got tattooed on his neck, but he seems pleased with the results.
Keep it balanced
You get the feeling that Barboy Eddie is still a bit of a work-in-progress. That Maori-inspired design across his right shoulder is spectacular, but probably needs to be balanced out with something happening on the left side of the body.
Take your play-time up a gear
We like the way that Djtatmatt is using his tattoo to elevate his pup-play – it all becomes part of the alter-ego which is awesome.
Touch all of this
brollsy.97 wants your attention, and with awesome tattoos like this, he’s got every inch of our attention.