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Lower Back Tribal TattooLower back tattoos can be sexy and stylish when done right, particularly for girls and women. In the late 1990s however, lower back tattoos have been getting so extremely popular amongst cute girly girls that they got a bad name (the tattoos that is!).

Lower Back Heart Wing Tattoo

Nearly 25% of the American population aged 18 to 50 has a tattoo, out of which almost 20% of the women have a lower back tattoo. It's almost hard to spot a teen without a tribal on the low back these days.

That's why the lower back tattoo is also known as a tramp stamp (amongst other names, see further).

Despite the fact that originality is far to seek, lower back tattoos are in many ways a good choice, especially for female tattoos. This is true for several reasons, here are the pros:

Lower back tattoos also have some disadvantages, here are the cons:

Lower Back Tattoo Designs

Lower back tattoo designs come in a great variety of styles. Here are the most popular:

Lower back tattoos are very popular and consequently common these days, so you shouldn’t have a problem finding appropriate designs. There are free tattoo designs available for lower back tattoos, just as there are for other types of tattoos. You can search for them online, you can visit a tattoo shop and ask to look through their tattoo flash or you can have a look in our tattoo gallery.

Lower Back Tattoo Tips

Tramp Stamp

Lower Back Tattoo – Tramp Stamp

Due to the extreme popularity of lower back tattoos, they have been called many names:

Lower Back Tattoos and Pregnancy

There are some rumours that lower back tattoos can be a risk for expecting mothers. The rumour is that a lower back tattoo can prevent an epidural because there is a risk of infection caused by particles of the tattoo ink. Is this concern true?

The answers to that question vary and opinions are divided. Fact is though that there is no evidence of adverse effects as long as the tattoo is healed. Most doctors share the opinion that a lower back tattoo is not a problem for an epidural.

If you're pregnant and have a lower back tattoo, mention it to your doctor and ask his advice. Also ask him, whether you have a tattoo or not, about the side effects of epidurals and possible health risks for you and your baby.

Celebrities and Lower Back Tattoos

The list of celebrities that have a lower back tattoo is endless, here's a selection:

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