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meaning of phudi

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phudi

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meaning of lun

Panjabi

LUN ਦੇ ਅਰਥ

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meaning of pucy

Panjabi

pusy ਦੇ ਅਰਥ

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meaning of pusy

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pusy ਦੇ ਅਰਥ

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meaning of mumma

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mumma

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what means of phudi

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ਕੀ phudi ਦੇ ਮਤਲਬ ਹੈ

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meaning of lun te waj

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lun te waj

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what is meaning of chachma?

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chashme ko english me

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what is the meaning of machardani in english

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machardani ko english me kya kahte h

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The testimonials and examples used are exceptional results, don’t apply to the average purchaser and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results. Each individual’s success depends on his or her background, dedication, desire and motivation. As with any business endeavor, there is an inherent risk of loss of capital and there is no guarantee that you will earn any money. The author and publisher do not accept any responsibility for any liabilities resulting from the business decisions made by the purchasers and readers of this publication. This information is not presented by a medical practitioner and is for educational and informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read. Since natural and/or dietary supplements are not FDA approved they must be accompanied by a two-part disclaimer on the product label: that the statement has not been evaluated by FDA and that the product is not intended to "diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.” You and Your Tattoo: What You Need to Know. 5 Table of Contents From the Publisher....................................................................................2 Master Resell Rights License....................................................................3 Recommended Resources........................................................................4 Legal Notices.............................................................................................5 Table of Contents......................................................................................6 Chapter 1: The History of Tattoos.............................................................7 Chapter 2: Information to Know Before Getting a Tattoo..........................9 Chapter 3: Choosing Your Tattoo Parlor................................................11 Chapter 4: The Cost of Tattoos..............................................................13 Chapter 5: Pros and Cons of Tattoos.....................................................15 Chapter 6: Tattoo Safety........................................................................17 Chapter 7: Application Techniques of Tattoos........................................19 Chapter 8: Minimizing the Pain of Tattoos..............................................21 Chapter 9: Picking Your Dream Design..................................................23 Chapter 10: Popular Tattoo Designs......................................................25 Chapter 11: Innovative Tribal Designs....................................................27 Chapter 12: Celtic Tattoos......................................................................28 Chapter 13: The Meanings of Flower Tattoos........................................30 Chapter 14: Free Tattoo Designs...........................................................32 Chapter 15: Tongue Tattoos....................................................................35 Chapter 16: Caring for a New Tattoo.......................................................36 Chapter 17: Time and Tattoos................................................................38 Chapter 18: Things to Expect From Tattoo Removal..............................40 Chapter 19: Tattoo Removal Options.....................................................42 Chapter 20: Summary............................................................................44 You and Your Tattoo: What You Need to Know. 6 Chapter 1: The History of Tattoos Tattoos have a rich history of tradition, dating back thousands and thousands of years. Throughout the course of time, there has always been an important role of tradition and ritual behind tattoos. In the past, women in Borneo used tattoos as a way to mark their skills. Tattoos were also used in the past as a way to ward away illnesses and disease, by placing the tattoo around the fingers and on the wrist. Throughout history, tattoos have also been used to symbolize a clan, or society, as well. The purpose of tattoos has differed from culture to culture throughout the course of time. Research has shown that the earliest tattoos come from Egypt during the time of the pyramids, although most believe they started much earlier. Egyptians at this time were believed to use tattoos as a way to mark the slaves and the peasants. Tattoos spread to China and then on to Greece, where the Greeks used tattoos as a way to communicate among spies. Along the way, Japan also incorporated the use of tattoos as well. The Japanese people used tattoos for religious and ceremonial rites. During this era, Borneo women were the artists. They produced the designs that indicated the individuals point in life and the tribe that he was affiliated with. Tattoos were very popular during these days, although infections were quite common. Tattoos were a long way from being perfected, which showed in the way they were done. You and Your Tattoo: What You Need to Know. 7 Tattoos were shown in the western regions as well, although they were not well accepted at first. William Dampher, who was once an explorer, was the man who re-introduced tattoos to the western areas. He brought a heavily tattooed Prince to the area, showing off his tattoos with exhibitions. He made quite a bit of money with these attractions, which in turn made tattoos very popular and well desired throughout London and surrounding areas. Chatham Square, which is located in New York City, was the first place to feature American styled tattoos. During the turn of the century, Chatham Square attracted people from all over the United States, especially those with money. A man by the name of Samuel O Riley set up shop in Chatham Square, becoming the first man to use an electric tattoo gun. In the beginning, the now popular tattoo gun was based on the electric pin, invented by Thomas Edison, that used a needlepoint to puncture paper. The electric tattoo gun features moving coils, a needle bar and tube, which are common components of today’s guns. The electric gun was very popular, allowing those who wanted a tattoo to get one at a great price. These guns helped to revolutionize tattoos and allowed the tattoo artists to give tattoos fairly fast as well. People took to this new technology in flocks, making it by far the best and most efficient way to get tattoos. You and Your Tattoo: What You Need to Know. 8 These days, tattoos are very common, with nearly one half of the population in the United States having at least one tattoo. They are still common with bikers and clans, symbolizing that one is a member. There are millions of designs out there for tattoos, including different color combinations, that have helped to make tattoos the phenomenon they are today. Chapter 2: Information to Know Before Getting a Tattoo Before you decide to get a tattoo, you should always take a little bit of time to talk to your tattoo artist. When you speak to him, you should be sure to ask questions and find out anything you can about your new tattoo. You should also find out information about his background, and other important bits of information that will assist you in moving forward with your decision. The first thing you should find out is how long the parlor has been in business. This will let you know just how professional the quality of tattoo work is, and the overall reputation for the business. If the tattoo parlor belongs to the Better Business Bureau, you can always check their record and see if any complaints have been files about the business in the last few years. You should also find out about his qualifications as well. Experience is a must here, as infections and other diseases can easily be You and Your Tattoo: What You Need to Know. 9 contracted if the equipment is not clean. Tattoo artists deal with needles on a daily basis, making experience very important. Finding out how much experience and qualifications a tattoo artists has, will tell you quite a bit about what you can expect from them. You will also want to find out if the tattoo studio guarantees their work. In the unlikely event that you do not like the outcome of the tattoo, you’ll obviously want it to be fixed. The better studios will fix it without requiring any money. Refund policies are also important, especially if you do not like the quality or the workmanship of the tattoo. The cost is also very important. Before you decide to get a tattoo or agree to anything, you will obviously want to know the full cost. The bigger tattoos can be quite expensive, although even the smallest of tattoos can be expensive as well, especially if you are on a budget. You can save yourself a lot of time and prevent any type of surprises by knowing the costs upfront. Infection is also something you will want to find out about. The better tattoo artists can provide information about infections, and tell you how to prevent them. They will also tell you about their services, and how they can prevent you from getting an infection. When you ask about infections, he should also be able to tell you exactly what to do if you think you are developing an infection as well. You and Your Tattoo: What You Need to Know. 10 If you suffer from a fear of needles, you should always ask if there is a way to help you. You should never feel bad about asking, as many people are deathly afraid of needles. Needles are used with tattoos, as there is no other way to put the ink in the skin. If you are afraid of getting a tattoo due to the needles, you should make sure that you let your tattoo artist know. Chances are, he may be able to take extra steps to make the process go as smoothly as possible. Asking questions is never a bad thing, when it comes to getting a tattoo. If a tattoo artist hesitates to answer any question you ask, or acts hasty towards you, you should always leave and find another tattoo artist. Tattoos always have risks and concern, which is why tattoo artists should be more than willing to answer any questions that you may have. Asking questions can help to ease your concerns, which is why you should always make sure you write a list of questions before you visit the tattoo parlor. Chapter 3: Choosing Your Tattoo Parlor Once you have made the decision to get a tattoo you will need to find a qualified tattoo parlor. This is a very important decision, as it can easily make or break your tattoo. Before you decide on a tattoo artist or tattoo parlor, you must first see if they are qualified. There are hundreds of thousands of tattoo parlors, some better than others. If you go to a less than perfect tattoo parlor, you could very well end up with an infection that can cause you more trouble than You and Your Tattoo: What You Need to Know. 11 you ever thought possible. Finding out how long a parlor has been in business is very important, as this will tell you how much business the parlor receives. When you look for the best parlor you should always watch for those who have the best history with keeping their equipment clean. Clean equipment and a clean studio is without a doubt the most important consideration when dealing with tattoos. If the artist is not licensed, or not a professional, there will be little to no guarantee that the equipment is clean. Health is a big concern with tattoos for most people, and for good reason. If you are looking to get a tattoo you should always make sure that the artists are licensed, the parlor is clean, and the equipment is sanitized and cleaned after each and every tattoo. The best tattoo parlors will welcome you with open arms, anticipating your business. When you meet the tattoo artist, he should be friendly and not intimidate you at all, nor should he at any time attempt to push a design on you. Under no circumstances should the artist try and talk you into getting a more expensive tattoo design if all you want is something small and simple. Pushy sales and unfriendly salesmen are common pitfalls with most businesses. Tattoo parlors should always be friendly and open to what you want. Although the more experienced tattoo artists will offer their opinions, they should not try to push you around. If a You and Your Tattoo: What You Need to Know. 12 tattoo artists thinks there will be a problem with your design or if he thinks he can do anything to improve it, he will more than likely let you know. If he is able to save you some money, the higher quality tattoo artists will not think twice about doing so. Before you decide on a tattoo parlor to do your tattoo, you should always compare what is available to you and weigh out your options. The higher quality tattoo parlors will cost quite a bit of money, more than the other parlors. This is to be expected, as the higher quality studios cost more to pay their artists and keep their parlor nice and clean. These parlors are among the best in the world, with sparkling floors and a clean interior. The tattoo artists here ensure that their rooms are clean, with most wiping down their equipment and materials every chance they get. The ideal way to find tattoo parlors in your area, or close by, is to use the

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ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਦੇ ਅਨੁਵਾਦ ਨੂੰ ਅੰਗਰੇਜ਼ੀ ਲਈ ਮੁਫ਼ਤ ਸਾਫਟਵੇਅਰ

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