What Is The Most Painful Place To Get A Tattoo?

Where is the least painful place to get a tattoo?

10 of the Least Painful Places to get TattooedCalves.

Ear Cartilage.

Outer Thigh.

Gluteus.

Forearm.

Bicep.

Lower Back.

Inner Wrist.

You may be surprised at this ranking, but the inner wrist is arguably one of the least painful places to receive a tattoo since the area is not as boney and the skin is relatively thin.More items…•.

What does tattoo pain feel like?

Some people describe the pain as a pricking sensation. Others say it feels like bee stings or being scratched. A thin needle is piercing your skin, so you can expect at least a little pricking sensation. As the needle moves closer to the bone, it may feel like a painful vibration.

What tattoo style hurts the most?

Finger & Hand Tattoos As well, the bones are right up against the skin. The Tattoo ink does not stay on hand and finger skin as easily as on the rest of the body. As a result, tattoo artists may have to go over the same area multiple times. The fingertips are one of the most pain-sensitive locations on the body.

How can you make tattoos hurt less?

Are there ways to minimize the pain?Choose a licensed tattoo artist. Experienced artists usually take less time to finish tattoos. … Pick a less sensitive body part. Talk to your artist about placement. … Get enough sleep. … Avoid pain relievers. … Don’t get a tattoo when you’re sick. … Stay hydrated. … Eat a meal. … Avoid alcohol.More items…•

What can I take before a tattoo to ease the pain?

Taking a Tylenol (AKA acetaminophen) or two before and/or during your session can actually help a lot — but be wary of other painkillers, like Ibuprofen or aspirin, since those can thin your blood and cause more bleeding than is necessary.