Skin guns or cool accessories?

Tattoos have a long tradition around the world. The Ainu people had tattoos on their faces. In Southeast Asian regions like the Philippines, tattoos were applied especially to the torso and limbs. These were geometric and very elaborate ornaments. Earlier, plant thorns, shark teeth, and soot containing dye were used as tattoo implements.
The decoration of the chest in the form of totemic animals originated in northern North America, particularly among the tribe of the Haida. Some people believed that the tattoos protected them from demons.
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Evidence of tattoos dates back to the Neolithic period. The mummified remains of Ezzi, found in the Alps, had special therapeutic tattoos. Later, branding (permanent marks of special significance) became widespread in antiquity and the Middle Ages. During World War II, tattoos were used in concentration camps.
Today, tattoos are inserted with an auxiliary needle that injects dye. Its depth is about 5 mm. After the work is completed, the tattoo is covered with foil for several hours.
Types of tattoos:
a. Permanent
Henna Tattoo – “Mehendi”ruční šperky

Permanent tattoos and permanent tattoos are not new. Henna tattoos were associated with tradition and ritual, but today they are modern accessories.
Henna is a tropical shrub that grows primarily in the dry and hot climates of India. Henna is dyed according to the amount of pigment it contains. It has been proven as an ingredient to treat ulcers and eczema, as well as to strengthen the hair and give it the necessary shine.
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Tattooing has risks that must be considered. They are infection, allergy to the substances contained, jaundice, or AIDS. Colored tattoo pigments can also be harmful to the body and may cause cancer. However, all this can be mitigated by protective equipment and a well-trained tattoo artist. Thus, henna is the best solution for most people who are undecided about new additions to their bodies.
Surprisingly, there are also ways to remove permanent tattoos. I find sanding or cover-up, where the tattoo is covered by something else, to be a more acceptable method. However, I was puzzled by the surgical method of removing a tattoo. The tattooed area is cut away with a scalpel. A scar is left. So, there is also laser removal that “destroys” the pigment, which seems to be more acceptable to patients.
However, my opinion remains the same. I am not an advocate of spontaneous tattoos, so if a person finds a picture or text that he or she will look at with enthusiasm for the rest of his or her life, it is an appropriate fashion accessory. After all, a tattoo is not like buying a new T-shirt.