Special Word Tattoo Design Ideas for Men and Women

When it comes to getting a simple tattoo, especially in the case of word tattoos , a series of options are open to us.

Thus, it is likely that we end up wondering if it is better to accompany our word tattoos with something else (such as a drawing or an entire sentence) or to let the word speak for itself.

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Let's look at the positives of getting word tattoos alone. One of the positive aspects of opting for a one-word design is that we are not “distracted” from the original message , so the end result can be more dramatic. In addition, we can spend more time choosing elements such as the typeface of the letters, which will not be so delimited by the image that could accompany the word.

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On the other hand, opting for a design accompanied by a drawing is not a bad idea either. Drawings can contextualize the word we want to tattoo. The final result, in addition, can be more attractive.

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Cons of word tattoos

Single word tattoos also have their negative points. First of all, they force us to choose a very specific place to get the tattoo (such as the wrist or ankle), narrow enough so that the tattoo is not "lost". In addition, if we choose a single word we will have to be especially sharp to find one that is not overused, which would dilute its meaning.

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How much does a word tattoo cost?

You may also be wondering about the cost of these types of tattoos. Although you may already know it if you are familiar with this world, tattoo artists tend to work with minimal cost, no matter how small the tattoo . This is absolutely normal, as otherwise it would not pay to tattoo pieces that are too small.

We hope you liked and interested this word tattoos article. Tell us, do you have any tattoos like these? What word would you choose? Remember that you can tell us what you want in the comments!

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