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Maori tattoo designs are part of the Polynesian culture. the Maori people live in New Zealand and have a long history of tattooing. most ancient Maori tattoo designs were on the face of men. Women were not tattooed as much but when they were, their tattoos were usually put on the chin or lips. Nowadays the majority of tattoos are inked on the body, like the arm.
You may really like the tattoo designs but keep in mind that it is considered an insult for a non-Maori person to have a traditional Maori tattoo design. If you go to an experienced tattoo artist, they will give you a tattoo that resembles the Maori design. You can find high quality Maori tattoo designs online and pick which one you want your tattoo to resemble.
What’s different about Maori tattoo designs? most Polynesian tattoo designs follow a straight line pattern. Maori tattoo designs are spiral in design. When you first look at the tattoo you will see small circles but as you keep looking, you can see how those small circles blend into bigger ones. Maori tattoos were painful to receive. Knives and chisels were used to make incisions to insert the ink. a person without a tattoo was considered worthless.
If you are considering a Maori tattoo think about the significance of the tattoo. a tattoo is your statement to the world. it should be personal to you but you will tell the story when someone asks about your tattoo. Find a tattoo design that can be changed to fit your personality. the best place to find unique tattoo designs is an online tattoo gallery.
An online tattoo gallery will give you thousands of high quality tattoos to choose from. You can take more than one tattoo and combine them to get the design you want. What’s so great about membership tattoo galleries is that you can print or download as many tattoo designs as you want. once you’re a member, you have full access to the site. it is a small investment to make for something that will be with you for life.
Is lipstick just not enough for you anymore?
How about covering your lips in pink cheetah print, gold glitter, or red fishnet?
Temporary lip tattoos are here, ladies, and life will never be the same.
Click through to see more photos of what Violent Lips has to offer! Then tell me in the comments … Would you wear temporary lip tattoos?
For the ladies who lunch, there are these sweet pink and white polka dots. a word of caution, though — The uninitiated might believe those are actually bumps on your lips, indicating some sort of frightening and highly contagious illness.
Feeling a bit … whorish? Why not opt for red fishnets on your lips? This look is sure to go over well at your neighborhood swimming pool this summer!
In fact, there’s a temporary lip tattoo for almost any occasion, whether you’re joining the circus or the Junior League. and at only $14.95 for three applications, Violent Lips temporary tattoos are budget friendly for both strippers and moms!
Wondering exactly how these lip tattoos work? Check out this handy dandy video!
Hey. That’s not complicated!
Now that you’ve seen these lip tattoos, tell me: Do you have to have them?
Images via Violent Lips
Thanks to reader Tina for the link!
If you’ve ever wanted to add a bit of art to your lips, check out the new line by Violent Lips.
The company has several designs of their temporary lip tattoos. our favorites include the leopard print and the pink cheetah.
Check out the clip above to learn how to properly apply the temp tattoos onto your lips.
Each set lasts several hours on your lips and a pack of three costs just about $15.
Posted: may 16, 2011 at 1:30 pm
Temporary Lip Tattoos? this may be the strangest fashion trend we’ve seen in a long time. yes, even weirder than the knee jewelry.
Violent Lips is a temporary lip tattoo line that offers vitamin-enhanced applications for your lips in prints and patterns ranging from glitter and polka dots to fishnets and rainbow stripes.
It’s totally FDA-approved, contains no animal products, and can easily be removed with baby oil and a textured wipe. And with a lasting effect of 4-8 hours, that’s longer than some regular lipsticks.
But does that make you want to give these a try? Check below the gallery for a video tutorial!
How to Apply Violent Lips: