Geometric Tattoo Artist: Choosing The Right One

Introducing a new guest blogger to the scene! Justin Jersey is a journalist, stylist and blogger. He is an aesthetician by heart who often writes about Art, Fashion, Decorating and DIY Ideas. He loves sparking creativity and giving those reading, ideas for their own spaces. Justin’s talking about making choices when getting a tattoo!

Tattoos have been around for a while now in the modern world. But tattooing is an ancient art that goes back centuries. Design trends come and go. It’s becoming increasingly popular and youngsters from college to retired senior citizens get inked. The geometric designs are on the rise and thus the hunt for a good geometric tattoo artist is important.

Selecting the design for the tattoo is a style statement for a few while for others it’s an emotional one. Tattoos are about creative expression, about expressing your individuality, belonging, about ritual or immortalizing memories.

Use of geometry focuses on patterns and shapes found in the natural world, with ties to a history of religious iconography. While sacred geometry covers a range of interpretations by tattoo artists around the world. Both tattoo and piercing are considered a sign of spirituality. Read the below points on geometric tattoos.

They have held a very high worship-able status for their heeling qualities. 

They have been used as a part of holistic healing therapies in a few regions earlier and this tradition has been carried on even today, making such tattoos a blend of beauty and spirituality. 

The belief is that placing the spiritual tattoos on a particular part of the body will have a positive impact on health and spirituality.

Now, are you planning to get inked?  First timers looking for new inspiration may be in need of an expert on the subject not just for a great tattoo but also for your safety.  

The artists spend a great amount of time learning the techniques. An experienced artist uses geometric forms and sacred geometry for creating gorgeous designs on our bodies.   

Get Options

The first things that you need to do when looking out for the tattoo artist is to get options. You need to ask all those around you who have a tattoo. Also, looking out on the web will be helpful. Recommendations from your family and friends will also help. They will after all, give you genuine advice. Also, check out the reviews on the website for the options that you have. 

Check Out Their Work

While shortlisting your tattoo artist, it is important for you to check the quality of the designs and to know if you have any allergies prior to getting inked. Is the artist using sterilized equipments? All work undertaken should be undertaken in a clean and discrete sterile environment. Geometric tattoos vary from huge complex, heavy, symmetric designs to minimalist designs of geometric with just 3 tiny circles forming bubbles. You need to be sure of your requirement and plan your tattoo accordingly. Its costs money to get under the needle to get inked and so does removing of it from your skin, using surgical methods. So, save money, save time and also avoid all the trouble. Get the right one done!

Take your Time

Getting a tattoo done is a big deal, thus take your time in making a decision. Tattooing is a permanent decision to make and thus should not be taken lightly or in haste. 


Compare prices of a couple of artists who have been rated well.  


Experience is an important thing that you need to consider when looking out for the geometric tattoo artists


It is very important for you to make certain that the tattoo artist that you choose follows all the safety standards. Since a tattoo is a permanent thing on skin, you should not compromise safety for cost. Ensure that a new or sterilized needle is used for every person. Also, let the artist know in case you have any skin issues. 

Thanks Justin for such a fun blog. It’s great to explore a new part of the Beauty industry and tattoos should be celebrated rather than seen as anything negative. Be sure to check out his social media below!



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