Foot tattoos are not only adorned by women but men too follow this fashion
But before you decide to get inked on your foot, remember that foot tattoos are particularly painful. Also, foot tattoos require extra precautions when compared to other part of your body. The healing period for a foot tattoo is considerable. You can’t cover the part of the foot which has the tattoo or anything that will rub against in constantly like socks or shoes. If you have to go out, the foot should be covered and a sunscreen lotion should be applied on it, with very less exposure to the sun. Utmost care has to be taken to keep your foot clean with regular warm water foot baths. You can’t scrub your foot; it has to be patted dry. Also, they tend to fade more easily than tattoos inked on other parts of the body. So you have to keep in mind that re-inking might be required regularly to keep you tattoo constantly looking attractive and a lot of care has to be taken of the tattoo as well as your foot.
But, if you are one of those people who need striking and unique art which is less common than these tattoos is the way to go as very few people get it done and it usually stands out when on display. Also, if you are a private person and don’t wish to put your personal body art on display, a tattoo on foot is a good option. Usually they are inked from the upper foot going down, some prefer ankle tattoos as well. One of the common designs that are done on the foot is stars – nautical or plain, a group of small stars starting from the upper corner of the foot till mid foot look really cool. A skeleton of the foot bones looks really cool and not at all macabre. Tribal designs, chains, skulls and flames are some common designs men prefer to ink onto their foot.