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Traditional Tribal Tattoos How can you tell the difference in ethnic or traditional tribal Tattoo?
I been looking at some polynesian tribal and some filipino tribal Tattoo. There are many designs in the tribal but I can’t tell the difference. What do you look for in a polynesian tattoo and a filipino one?
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Tribal Tattoo have been in vogue for quite a while now (since the early 1990s) and it’s easy to see why, they just look good.
these features below tell us that it is a tribal tattoo
There’s a lot of black ink in tribal Tattoo, which has the advantage that it holds up very well, black tattoo ink doesn’t fade as fast as other colors.
Tribal tattoo designs are very popular, so as long as you don’t want a specific or traditional tribal, you shouldn’t have a hard time finding a good tattoo artist that can design your custom tattoo.
It’s easier to design your own tattoo or at least a mockup of your own tribal than it is with other tattoo designs.
Tribal Tattoo have a bold visual appeal: their thick, black curving lines and interlocking patterns lend themselves well to many of the standard tattoo locations, such as the upper arm (in the form of a tribal armband for example) , the back or the lower back
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