Pain and tears: the most painful places for tattoos according to tattoo record holdersBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/pain-and-tears-the-most-painful-places-for-tattoos-according-to-tattoo-record-holders
Those who have ever done a tattoo know how painful this process is. Nevertheless, true tattoo connoisseurs suffer terrible sensations for the sake of another impressive drawing. The record holders for the number of ink paintings on the body told about where it was most painful to get a tattoo. The face, penis, buttocks — they went through these sensitive areas with a needle.
It's no secret that the process of tattooing can be excruciatingly painful. Even the most patient people do not always withstand the pricks of a needle repeatedly penetrating under the skin. Nevertheless, real tattoo fans are ready to grit their teeth and endure for the sake of another original drawing.
Owners of a huge number of tattoos told about which parts of the body it was most painful for them to get a tattoo. From the face to the penis - these are the most vulnerable points they talked about.
In five years, Tristan has covered 95% of his body with tattoos. A 25-year-old resident of Copenhagen spent 40,000 pounds (about 4 million rubles) on this. In total, he was under the needle for 260 hours.
Despite his passion for tattoos, the guy admits that it was unbearably painful to put a tattoo on his face and the back of his head. The drawings were made for six days, at intervals of 5-6 hours. According to Tristan, he felt as if his face and head were being scrubbed with an iron brush.
23-year-old Amy is well known in her hometown of Okeme in East Midlands as "the girl with the tattoos". She has more than 40 eternal drawings on her body. The model dreams of covering her entire body with tattoos and admits that she has become addicted.
For a young British woman, the most painful was a tattoo in the style of the Maori tribe, which stretches from the collarbone to the chin. During the procedure, Amy could not hold back tears.
Transgender model Nikki has one of the most incredible stories about tattoos. She covered 90% of her own body with ink drawings to hide the scars from the brutal initiation into students. A girl was beaten and set on fire during a mocking ritual in the Philippines.
Now Nikki's whole body is crammed with tattoos in the style of the Japanese Yakuza mafia. The most painful for her were the drawings on the lower part of the buttocks and on the lips.
Volunteer firefighter Andreas says that tattoos have taught him how to cope with pain. There are 60 tattoos on his body, for which he spent 23,000 pounds (about 2.4 million rubles).
The most painful thing for the guy was to get a tattoo on his penis. However, a fan of body drawings says that you can learn to tolerate pain regardless of whether you have a high pain threshold or not.
Celine, a 26-year-old fashion model, has been doing tattoos since she was a teenager. Drawings cover her body from neck to toe.
The most painful thing for the girl was the tattoo on her hands. However, she is not going to stop and wants to paint bright tattoos all over her body.
Cook from He spent a fortune on tattoos — 75,000 pounds (about 7.7 million rubles). He got his first tattoo in 2009. Thanks to his impressive appearance, the man became an Instagram star — 184,000 users subscribed to his account.
Remy says that the most painful thing for him was getting tattoos on the inside of his buttocks and thighs. His body is almost completely covered with tattoos, except for small areas on his face, ears, feet and palms.
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