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Pit Bull T-Shirts

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Welcome to the World of Pit Bull T-Shirts

Okay, finally! I’m in love with pit bulls, and while this might seem unrelated to tattoos, I get to talk about them today! Getting inked is a big commitment, just like taking care of a pit bull. You need special care for both your skin and your dog, but the investment pays off the moment you show off your tattoo or see your dog smile. So why not combine these two aspects of your life? Boom. We did it for you. Welcome to the world of pit bull t-shirts!

Life is better with Pit Bulls


Pitbull T-Shirts

While looking for shirts for pitbulls, did you ever consider one for yourself? Some people still fear pit bull dogs, despite evidence that they wag their tails and play just like any other dog. Pit bull shirts allow you to acquaint your friends with your dog before they meet them in person. All things considered, the world needs to learn more about pit bulls. Shirts range from funny pit bull t-shirts to full-on pitbull mom shirts. A good pit bull t-shirt should combine your other interests with it. We gathered a few pit bull dog shirts here for you to peruse, so check them all out! Spring is almost here, so you need something to replace those pit bull sweatshirts!  Click on any picture or description to see the full shirt.


Life is better with Pit Bulls


Pit bull terrier t-shirts capture the playfulness of your dog and your passion for tattoos. This one contains hints of tribal tattoo designs with a smiling pit bull at its center.

Happiness is a Pit Bull Smile


American pitbull t-shirts that show off what the dog does best–smile!–never cease to cheer me up. This one contains psychedelic colors and patterns and works well for anyone who appreciates art. Which, I assume, is every one on a tattoo site.

Keep Calm - Its a Pit Bull


The stigma behind pit bulls comes from a history of using the breed for fighting matches. However, people from the past used many other popular breeds to hunt, yet people love them. What’s with that? This pit bull t-shirt references that and tells everyone to relax.


Two Things Last Forever

Here, we see a lady rocking her love for pit bulls with her beautiful vine tattoo peeking out on her left forearm. Rock on, sister!

Two Things Last Forever



Women Pit Bull T-Shirts

Pitbull mom shirts should be a staple for every female pitbull owner (and also male, if we want to be honest with ourselves). These pit bull t-shirts epitomize the mom in all of us.

Inked Pit Bull MomYes, even when those pit bulls chew at the carpet because they miss you. They just want love!


Inked Pit Bull Mom


Stand tall and proud… and next to your pit bull!

Pit Bull Heartbeat


This shirt contains one of the best designs here. The subtle heart beat with a dog poking out of it shows what’s really in our hearts.


Life is better with Pit Bulls


But not only women own pit bull shirts! Let’s check out some manly designs…

Life is better with Pit Bulls

Pitbull T-Shirts for Men

Pit bull lovers t-shirts, without the sequins, for hardcore pit bull owners. A little bit of ferociousness never hurt anyone, and both you and your dog prove that!

I Hug Pit Bulls


Initially, I thought this dude needed a therapist. Then I realized he only needed a hug from his dog!

Inked, Happy Pit Bull Owner


Sometimes, people don’t understand that you can do all of the above at the same time. Well, you show them!

dont mess with my pit bull


While the dogs might look dangerous, note that owners should be the real worry. It takes a strong person to raise a good pit bull! Afterwards, you might even say you look alike!

Above all, dogs know what matters in life. While people judge you for your tattoos, dogs don’t even notice them! In other words, you let your actions define you, and your dog loves you for that. A pitbull t-shirt tells everyone else what matters to you in life, at the same time showing your pride in your ink. In my opinion, the love of a pitbull is worth more than the world, even beyond the art we use on our skin! For this reason, I wanted to share these pit bull t-shirts with you. Spread the love!

Inked, Happy Pit Bull Owner


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The Tattoo Healing Process

Best Tattoo Numbing Creams & Sprays

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The Best Tattoo Numbing Creams & Sprays 2017

There are many kinds of numbing creams that you can get prescribed or over the counter. There are even some brands that can be sold on Amazon. Tattoo numbing cream is made especially for use before getting a tattoo, although even numbing cream for waxing could work in a pinch. We wanted to find you the best tattoo numbing cream, so we scoured the net to find all kinds of brands. We also want to keep you informed about the use of numbing cream, the types of prescription numbing creams, how to use them, whether or not they actually work, and—of course—the best tattoo numbing cream. If you are thinking of getting a tattoo despite your low pain threshold, this article lays out the different kinds of products for you, so that you don’t have to waste time researching every little thing!

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Tattoo Numbing Cream

Tattoo artists might turn down your request for numbing cream. Why, you might ask? Well, most artists and inked people consider pain to be a part of the process. It works like a rite of passage. There are many cultures that consider the art of tattooing to be sacred, and even in Western cultures, you might be looked down on if you take the easy way out.

If you are partial to pain, the denial of numb cream is a huge deterrent from getting a tattoo. Your tattoo is just as important as anyone else’s, but because of your pain tolerance, you may not be able to sit through a session. And it’s not just a matter of willpower—studies have shown that people with red hair are naturally more sensitive to pain and less receptive to skin numbing creams. Even without red hair, you could be predisposed to pain sensitivity. This is why it’s crucial that you seek out a tattoo artist that allows anesthetic cream.

These artists are few and far between, since there is more than just a stigma that makes artists reluctant to allow the use of numbing creams. First, the numbing cream could affect the fingers of your artist! Even with gloves, there is a good chance that their fingers will become a little less nimble. On top of that, the oily residue left behind by the numbing cream will affect the consistency of the ink. This could result in the ink not penetrating deep enough to form a permanent tattoo or ink that looks dull and diluted. Lastly, most numbing creams are meant for topical use. When you get a tattoo, you are essentially creating an open wound that will heal up with a bold pattern. This gives the anesthetic cream a chance to get far deeper into your body than it should. This could result in the anesthetic wearing off during the tattoo process or spreading into places it shouldn’t.

Since different artists use different techniques, you have to ask them ahead of time what kind of tattoo numbing creams they are comfortable with allowing. Chances are, they will name something off this page. If they don’t, you could always bring up a product you like and see if they want to experiment with it.

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Lidocaine Cream

Lidocaine and Prilocaine are normally rock solid bases, but when you mix them together they become eutectic and transform into a cream instead of a solid. Both Lidocaine and Prilocaine are effective anesthetics on their own, but when they are combined, they become fast-acting and easily applied. Lidocaine and Prilocaine cream is used to lower the reaction of nerve endings, temporarily deadening them so that you don’t feel anything in the area. Even in low concentrations, it can temporarily anesthetize the skin from sensations of pain. This can be used on many different areas of the body, not just tattoos. It is also the best numbing cream for waxing.


EMLA Cream

Lidocaine, prilocaine, and benzocaine creams are all used to treat pain in all kinds of areas. Benzocaine cream is used to numb minor wounds that need attention, such as ingrown toenails or teething pain. The prilocaine and lidocaine cream combination is marketed under the EMLA brand as EMLA numbing cream and is used for far more. This is the most easily available form of numbing cream, and the type of topical anesthetic you are most likely to run into at the dentist’s or doctor’s office. Because this cream is so effective at what it does, it can only be prescribed. If you would like to use EMLA cream before your tattoo, consult both a doctor and your tattoo artist to ensure that it’s the right option for you.


The Best Numbing Cream for Tattoos

Even for the more tolerant, numbing cream for tattoos can help you sit for very long sessions. While you feel pain, the body becomes stressed and pumps out more blood than your tattoo artist might like. It also exhausts you over time. Applying numbing cream can help turn a two hour session into a six hour session. Of course, you will need your artist’s approval before using a numbing cream. They have to be aware of what you used and in what amount so that they know if they should apply anything for you.


Hush Anesthetic Tattoo Numbing Gel

This product is named for the way it makes people with low pain tolerance hush. Tattoo anesthetics rarely work quite as well as this one. This product is arguably the most effective on the list. It can work for up to four hours and is designed in such a way that it does not affect the ink or contain epinephrine. It claims that it is the only agent that can be used both before and during the process, but there are a few other products on this list that match that claim. The sheer amount of time that it lasts is what makes this product special. It is a bit on the pricey side, but that money is well spent. If you are getting a larger tattoo, you may want to purchase two bottles to ensure that you cover the whole thing. You can get it here.


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Numb Master 5% Topical Anesthetic Lidocaine Cream

This cream is specifically formulated to numb the dermis layer of your skin, which is where the tattoo ink is destined for. It lasts for one hour and only needs half an hour of application to do the job. On top of that, a little of this goes a long way. It is mainly used to dull the sensation of dermarolling and the terrible incident that is Brazilian waxing, but it also does the job for small to medium-sized tattoos. Wherever you get your tattoo, you are sure to feel nothing for at least an hour after application! You can get it here.


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LMX 5% Topical Anorectal Cream

This product is mainly used for hemorrhoid and anorectal discomfort, so it might seem out of place. Since the prices of tattoo numbing products can fluctuate, we thought we would include it. It has a higher concentration of lidocaine than most of the products here, making it very effective. The inclusion of alcohol means that it has to be entirely washed off ahead of time, or the ink may become blurry. This product is good to use if you are getting a smaller tattoo in a painful place like the elbow or collarbone, but in all other situations you’ll want to use a different product. You can get it here.


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Peain Script Concentrated Pain Relief Cream

This numbing cream focuses less on killing your senses and more on removing the feeling of pain. You will still be able to feel things like heat or cold, but you will not get feel any pain. It has no odor (most of the other products here smell like menthol) and leaves little residue behind.  On top of that, the company strives to be environmentally friendly in both its formula and its company. Since this is not for open wounds, it should not be applied during the tattoo process. You are welcome to use it ahead of time and clean it off, though. You can get it here.


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TOPICAINE 5%- Lidocaine Gel (10 grams) Anesthetic Skin Numbing Cream

Like many other products on this list, this is not primarily used for numbing the sensation of getting a tattoo. Instead, it is marketed as a gel for laser removal! It works just as well for tattoos, though. To maximize its effect, you should have it on for about an hour before you clean it off and get your tattoo. Since this is meant for small areas of application, the tube of gel is pretty small. You can get it here.



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Extra Strength Pre-TAT by Tat Balm

Not only does this tattoo numbing cream serve as an anesthetic gel, it also does several good things to prepare your skin for a tattoo! It is an antiseptic that fights off infections. Since infections are the single worst thing that can happen to your tattoo, that’s a big thing. It also moisturizes your skin and makes it easier for both you and your tattoo artist to get the tattoo done. Less blood means a better tattoo, as far as your artist is concerned! This product has to be applied ahead of time in order to work, and should be left on for at least thirty minutes. You can get it here.

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When choosing which one to purchase, you should pick out the one with unique traits that you need. Peain is the most environmentally friendly, Hush works for a ridiculously long time, and others are odorless or have high doses of lidocaine. If you don’t want anything in particular, then just number crunch it. Compare the amount of gel used with the price and see how much each gram of gel is worth. They all use the same active ingredient, so you might as well go for the cheapest option if you aren’t picky about other features.


Tattoo Numbing Spray

If you want an easier way to apply tattoo numbing products, you should try tattoo numbing spray instead of tattoo numbing cream. The spray takes just a few minutes to apply and a few minutes to set in. Getting it applied evenly on hard-to-reach areas is a cinch, and you don’t have to stand around feeling like some kind of swamp monster covered in muck. The only downside to tattoo numbing spray is that it takes a while for the effect to set in, and that effect won’t linger as long as the numbing creams do. For this reason, we are only recommending two brands of tattoo numbing spray. If you are worried that it will not last through your entire session, then you can leave the spray on for longer. The longer you leave the spray on, the more effective it will be, so it should at least relax your fears. You can get it here.


Vasocaine Numbing Spray Painless Anesthetic Numb

This product works excellently, but there are some special things you have to do before it can start to take effect. First, your skin must already be broken for it to soak in. That might sound counterproductive, but it works! In order to easily break the skin ahead of time, you can use a dermaroller on the area. The micro-needles will break up the skin and let the Vasocaine numbing spray seep in without drawing blood. This product works especially well for shading, as opposed to outlines, since it becomes more and more effective each time the needle is used in an area. It might be obvious, but you should only apply this product before you get a tattoo or during the process, since it will need special cleaning and aftercare once you have received the tattoo. You can get it here.


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H2Ocean Nothing Pain Relieving Foam Soap

H2Ocean is a brand that delivers when it comes to tattoo care products. They are affordable and many artists use their products. If you apply it before the tattoo, use a dermaroller to break up the skin and allow the spray to soak in. If you have your artist use it during the process of getting the tattoo, they will likely soak a paper towel and apply it to the area. It can help you sit for very long tattoo sessions and can be reapplied if need be. Get it here.


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How to Use & Apply Tattoo Numbing Cream

If you already have the product and just want to know how to numb skin, look no further! The exact method depends on what brand you’re getting, but generally these instructions should work. First, wash the area with hand soap and water. The hand soap is less harsh than body soap or dish soap, and you don’t want to dry your skin out just before a tattoo. Pat the area dry with a towel and then apply a thick amount of numbing cream. Rub it in thoroughly, using gloves if you would like to keep the feeling in your fingers.

Once the area is fully covered, go ahead and grab some plastic wrap and tape it or wrap it around the numbing cream. The exact amount of time you need to keep it there varies depending on the brand, but generally one hour is enough for the ingredients to activate and start numbing your skin. Many creams require shorter times. Whatever you do, don’t get the numbing cream in your eyes! The longer you leave on the topical numbing cream, the more effective it will be.

If you are considering getting a large or detailed tattoo, this might be your best option. Always consult both your doctor and your tattoo artist before applying tattoo numbing cream to ensure that you are using the correct method. You should also have a friend drive you to your appointment, since your body is technically impaired until the anesthetic wears off.


How to Use & Apply Tattoo Numbing Spray

Before getting a tattoo or waxing, go ahead and spray the area directly with the numbing spray. That’s it, super easy and simple! As always, avoid breathing in the spray or spraying near your eyes, nose, and mouth. Let the spray rest for at least three minutes before wiping it off. As you wipe it off, try to get as much of the oily substance off of your skin. That oil could annoy your artist or affect the tattoo ink. You should feel the anesthetic start to kick in before you remove it. It’s always best to practice ahead of time to make sure you are getting a proper dosage that lasts as long as you need it to. It also helps ensure that it works on you before the big appointment!

For both tattoo cream and tattoo spray, do not apply an excessive amount. If you apply too much, it can mess with your nervous system. A good rule is to only apply it to a one foot area at a time. Your artist may also choose to apply spray during the process.

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Do Tattoo Numbing Creams and Sprays Really Work?

When you go to purchase your tattoo cream, you want to be sure that it works! Thankfully, it’s safe to say that all of them are effective at what they do. Their efficacy does depend on your personal constitution, though. If you are very anxious during the procedure, the tattoo numbing cream could wear off quickly, leaving you to experience the whole package of pain that comes with getting a tattoo. If you are very unlucky and were born with a naturally low pain threshold, you may need extra numbing cream or numbing spray to do the job, and this could interfere with the tattooing process. The last thing that could lead to tattoo numbing cream not working is the amount of time you are under a needle.

If you are getting a small tattoo, the numbing cream is certain to last all the way through. But if you are getting a large back tattoo? Well, that’s another matter entirely. Making the numbing cream effective is not as simple as slathering more on. Applying the numbing cream to a huge area also seems like a bad idea and could lead to poor sensation in the area for far longer than the product should induce. Your tattoo artist will help you determine how much numbing cream is appropriate for the tattoo. If you are getting a reasonably-sized tattoo that will take a short time to do, then your tattoo numbing cream will do its job.

HUSH anesthetic
Tattoo Numbing Gel (60 grams) 2oz.
Numb Master 5% Topical
Anesthetic Lidocaine Cream
LMX 5% Topical Anorectal Cream Cream
Peain Script Concentrated Pain Relief Cream, 2 Oz
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TOPICAINE 5%- Lidocaine Gel Cream
Tattoo Numbing Cream/Gel
Maximum/Extra Strength Numb
Vasocaine Numbing Spray Spray
H2Ocean Nothing Pain Relieving Foam Soap Spray

Whether you have a low pain tolerance or simply don’t enjoy the sensation of getting inked, numbing creams are a useful tool for you to dull the pain of the needle. We’ve gathered the best brands for you to look at, so now all you have to do is select the one that best suits your needs and ask your tattoo artist about it. If you live in the United States, it only takes about a week for the standard shipping to deliver products. This means that you don’t have to wait ages to get your tattoo! The week you spend waiting is an excellent time to truly consider if the design will be good for you and work out any kinks in the design with your artist. Once the tattoo numbing cream arrives, you can rejoice in the fact that getting a tattoo will be a pain free and exciting experience! While it’s still no walk in the park and you will still have to deal with a little pain during aftercare, you can be sure that the actual process of getting the tattoo will be enjoyable!

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Fish Tattoos

Fisch Tattoos

Fish Tattoos

Fish provide sustenance, sport, entertainment, and knowledge to us in many different ways. While we don’t hold them up as a pinnacle of wisdom, they still manage to outsmart fishermen. Today, let’s talk all about these wonderful creatures and how they make our society tick! Our gallery brims with over a dozen fish tattoos—from koi fish, saltwater fish, trout, salmon, and even fly fishing tattoo designs! The incredibly rich symbolism of this animal kingdom remains visible in our everyday life, and fish tattoos bring it all to the fore.


Fish Tattoos Meaning

Normally, anything affiliated with the ocean is associated with femininity and wisdom. Fish are a bit of an oddball. When we say someone has the memory of a goldfish, it’s not a complement about their intelligence. On the other hand, and despite being gender-neutral as far as symbols go, fish represent fertility. They also represent happiness, good luck, wealth, adaptability, long life, unity, determination, and freedom.


In Buddhism, a pair of golden fish makes up a sacred symbol of the Buddha. In Greek mythology, a pair of fish represented the gods of love—Aphrodite and Eros—as well as transformation, and they even have their own constellation: Pisces. In Christianity, the fish is a symbol for the phrase ‘fishers of men,’ and Christians can use it to identify each other. Oddly enough, the Celts revered salmon for their apparent wisdom, but they are alone in this.


Koi Fish Tattoos Meaning

Koi fish tattoos carry their own meaning. The color and direction of the fish greatly changes the meaning of the tattoo. The traditional koi fish color meaning states that a black koi fish represents fatherhood and the triumph over an obstacle. Red represents passion and motherhood, along with bravery and power. Red and pink koi fish represent daughters. Yellow represents wealth and prosperity as well as good luck, while blue typically represents a son. A pair of black and white koi fish represents yin and yang, or the balance of life. Sometimes you will see a dragon-headed koi fish, and this traditional Japanese tattoo alludes to the tale of how koi fish become dragons.


Saltwater Fish Tattoos

Before we get into sport fishing tattoos, let’s talk about some beautiful ocean fish tattoos. Fish fill our world’s coral reefs to the brim, occupying any space available. Clown fish seek refuge in venomous anemones, angel fish zip through the large formations, and lion fish prowl around. This colorful world translates well into a watercolor tattoo—or even just a detailed scenery.


Further out from the reefs, swordfish, tuna, and sharks represent some amazing saltwater fish tattoo subjects. Quite frankly, the number of amazing tattoo subjects in the ocean goes on further than we even know. New species get discovered constantly! On one hand, that means that the ‘perfect’ fish for your tattoo might get discovered next year. On the other, you can always add more fish to create your own personal school!


Sport Fishing Tattoos

Largemouth bass tattoos impress anyone familiar with sport fishing and make for a permanent trophy. A salmon tattoo says a bit more than ‘I fish a lot,’ by also telling the story of the fish. Sometimes called trout instead of salmon, these adamant fish go on huge journeys against the flow of the river to spawn, and then return to the ocean again. Of course, we can’t forget the single greatest symbol of a fisherman: the rod! Incorporating a fishing rod into a fish tattoo challenges any artist, so always look at your artist’s portfolio before getting a tattoo.


Preferably, you want an artist with experience tattooing complicated sceneries with multiple subjects. Of course, your artist might get a little creative and find their own way to put the fishing rod in. Fly fishing tattoo designs don’t differ much from regular fishing tattoos, especially if a fish bites the lure, but if you want to make the distinction prominent, tell your artist beforehand!


Simple Fish Tattoos

Sometimes, you don’t need a complicated scenery to tell your story. Small fish tattoos on your arm tell everyone that you love the animal, even if you don’t scuba dive or fish. Perhaps you even dislike fishing, since it hurts the poor things! Fish tribal tattoos can fit anywhere , and a simple Pisces sign tattoo identifies you as a Pisces without going overboard.


If you’re interested in learning more about fish tattoos, you can check out our articles on koi fish tattoos and Pisces tattoos. InkDoneRight has hundreds of gallery features, tattoo history articles, tattoo how-tos, the care and keeping of tattoos, and more! Feel free to join our Twitter to keep up with the tattoo world!



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Christian Tattoos

Christian Tattoos

Christian Tattoos

Religious tattoos ride on the edge of ‘holy’ and ‘taboo.’ Many religious texts speak out against tattoos, while others embrace them as sacred. Even within the same religion, multiple interpretations lead to different sects of the same religion with completely opposite views! Christianity is one such religion. This free Christian tattoo gallery takes you through some breathtaking designs dedicated to Christ, the Holy Bible, Catholic symbols, and what exactly the Bible says about tattoos. I hope you’re ready to learn all about the world of Christian tattoos!





Jesus Tattoos

First up, let’s talk about the big guy—Jesus Christ, king of kings. He is the defining figure and namesake of Christianity, and one of the most common subjects of Christian tattoos. So popular, in fact, that we have a whole article dedicated just to Jesus Christ tattoos! The pivotal moment where he sacrificed himself for your sins can be permanently emblazoned on any large area of your body. If you only have a small area to work with, such as your wrist, then just a small cross will do. If we’re talking about faith symbol tattoos, then Jesus fish tattoos represent a whole history of persecution and triumph of Christians in the two millennia that have passed since his death. They reference the fact that Christ is the fisher of men, and can be easily used to recognize a Christian.





Christian Sayings Tattoos

Bible scripture tattoo ideas don’t trickle down into your brain. They flood it. Most bibles have an index at the front or back of their book that points you to scriptures of certain topics. From divorce, marriage, family, friendship, hardship, and joy, the Bible contains scriptures for everything. In modern days, we have to look at things a little metaphorically if we want to apply it to new technologies or concepts. The best verse to represent you as a Christian is the only one you need to live by—John 3:16. As you can see from this gallery, there are many ways to show or portray the same words.





Catholic Tattoos

Catholics have the same amount of scriptures dedicated to tattoos as Christians, and yet they may wear many more designs. Why might that be? Simply put, Christian Baptists or Lutherans consider the body or image of Christ on the cross or the veneration of the Virgin Mary to be borderline idolatrous. While other Christians prefer the empty cross to represent the resurrection, Catholics portray the body to represent Christ’s sacrifice for them. The Catholic library of angels and saints add to the list of holy figures that can be portrayed in tattoo designs as well. Catholic angel tattoos for men and women look spectacular!





So what does the bible say about tattoos? Can Christians get tattoos? There is a ban against using tattoos to venerate the dead, but that obviously doesn’t apply to a resurrected figure like Christ. The same verse is more of a message to preserve traditions, instead of replacing them with those of other cultures. In Revelations, Christ actually wears his own tattoo! The Bible is something open to interpretation, with some verses only saying figurative stories. It’s up to you to interpret the Bible for yourself if you want some unique Christian tattoo art inked!







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