Getting sleeved, meaning to have your entire arm tattooed, are getting more interest from potential tattooers who want to demonstrate a personal and unified artistic theme for themselves. This contributed to the popularity of Full sleeve tattoos in recent years and one of the main reasons are that they look really awesome on your arms, and not to mention a major boost to your pride and ego too. Some of the common full sleeve tattoo designs include the Koi Fish Tattoos, Tribal Tattoos, Flower Design Tattoos, and Celtic Tattoo Arts.
The popularity of tattoo really first took its first blossom in the late 1970s. People who lived in that era considered tattoo more as a beautiful tattoo art. With the gradual decline of the hippy culture, tattooing simply lost its shine in the next few decades. A tattoo does not change a person on the inside, but first impressions can be everything, and even up to today there may still be a social stigma attached to people with tattooing. If you are an open-minded person however, then you will not have a negative prejudice and would feel fine to the people who have extreme full sleeve tattoos. Recently, girl sleeve tattoos have grown its popularity too since most celebrities are tattooing sleeve tattoos to better express and represent themselves both on-screen and off-screen. One thing to keep in mind is that having a full sleeve tattoo may limit you from working in certain professions, such as the United States Marine Corps or white-collar jobs from the financial sectors, so do think twice before inking yourself with full sleeve tattoos.
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