A new survey by an expert at a Vietnamese tattoo center shows that 99% of people who get tattoos are young people, from 18 to 30 years old. Why do young people like to get tattoos? Let Dr. Hai Le explain this through the following article.
1. 1001 reasons
Many people think that those with tattoos who are not gypsy people are also "players", with "rebellious" ideas. The more open views are considered personality and impression. However, when mens skull sweater entering the new tattoo world, there must be 1001 different reasons why young people decide to "buy" their own dream tattoo.
Prove your "cheek number"
The owner of a tattoo shop in Hanoi analyzes: Everywhere there are rules and ranks, especially for Gypsies. These young people often choose tattoos with "tiger" parts, scary images such as demon faces, dragons, lions, ... to scare others or prove their "number of cheeks". The "players" with money have a preference for large-sized tattoos on the body with all different colors.
Tattoo marks a milestone in life
In addition to the reasons that are not pure, there are many young people who decide to get a tattoo for many meaningful reasons: Like tattoos marking an important milestone in life, commemorative images of deceased loved ones. , or simply a tattoo of the name of a loved one...
Tattoos with students
Students will not choose horror images but often prefer images with high art such as butterflies, insects, tribal tattoos with small motifs, bright colors to make "style points". ". After all, this is also a completely legitimate hobby because they have been fascinated by this body art form.
2. Tattoos don't tell personality
As we've seen, for the reasons a person gets a tattoo, it's not always bad or rebellious. Some people get tattoos to express their personality, love for new art, and to save memorable memories in life. There is a skulls motorcycle saying in our folklore that "the shirt does not make a monk", so we should not judge a person's personality based on tattoos. However, in fact, young people wearing tattoos often face the stigma of others, especially the elderly.
According to Mr. Phong, the owner of the tattoo shop said: "Not everyone who has a tattoo is a bad person, and not all bad people have tattoos. According to my observations, the number of visitors to the tattoo is very diverse, from actors, singers, civil servants, office workers to students. They all have good reasons to get tattoos and are all honest citizens in society.”