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  • Writer's picturePrashob Chandroth

Tattoo Pain Chart Male

Whether you are looking to get a tattoo of a name, a symbol, or an image, tattoo pain can be a challenge. If you are a man, a tattoo pain chart can help you determine if a certain area is painful enough to avoid the ink. The lower areas of the face and the back of the head have fewer nerve endings than the upper and lower parts of the body.

tattoo pain chart male

While there is no perfect pain scale for getting a tattoo, the pain scale can give you an idea of where to start. Fortunately, the pain varies from person to person. While a woman’s ink may hurt more than a man’s, a tattoo can be an excellent way to express your personal style and get a unique piece of artwork. Using the tattoos pain chart can make the process a lot less painful.

Besides the pain chart, you should also consider the location of the tattoo. If you want a tattoo on your groin or armpit, it’s a good idea to get it on the shoulder, as it’s a thick skin layer with fewer nerve endings. If you want a tattoo on your back, it will most likely cause you more pain than a tattoo on a lower thigh. However, males usually experience less pain in this region.

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