⌚ The Negative Effects Of Tattoing In Todays Society
Secrets That Tattoo Artists Don't Want You To Know
This gives young women an unfair message that their natural cycle of aging is bad. With this said, no wonder the impact of the beauty industry on society has been intense and negative. The majority of the models in fashion magazines appear to be younger teens to early twenties , and the older models usually appear on anti-aging commercials selling various creams or age-spot corrector lotions. Also, a lot of the film industry is run by young gorgeous actresses rather than older ones.
With this said, it is important that women are aware of the impact the beauty industry has on us, and learn to love themselves just the way they are…wrinkles and all. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Blog at WordPress. The Effects of the Standards of Beauty the standards of beauty for women in the workplace and everyday situations Home About.
The Impact of the Beauty Industry on Society 05 Dec Leave a comment by beautyandequity in Uncategorized Due to the impossible standards of beauty for women in society, the impact has been huge. Share this: Twitter Facebook. Like this: Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:.
To realize that the art is impressive, beautiful, and attainable. Every person can have an amazing tattoo. Every person can have their own unique tattoo. Having a tattoo can be an expression of who you are. Or what you believe in. Or something you cherish. Or just something you thought was fun. The prejudice, not having disappeared completely, is certainly greatly diminished. Tattoo artists became celebrities. Their art was suddenly the focus of mainstream media and their skills were known to all. Everyone wanted to get inked by them. So, naturally, other celebrities started getting inked by them. Rihanna, David Beckham, Angelina Jolie, and Adam Levine, are several examples of mainstream media icons that have tattoos and openly display them.
It's a part of who they are now. And fans of these and many other celebrities are now getting inked just like their idols. Enter social media. Another game-changer for the tattoo industry. The same artists that gained celebrity status on the tattoo TV shows are now followed by millions of people on these platforms and some of these followers don't even have any tattoos of their own!
These same popular artists, or the individual users themselves, can identify new artists -- the up-and-comers -- that impress all with their unique and groundbreaking designs. Tattoo conventions are exploding in popularity, as everyone wants the chance to meet their favorite artists, post a picture with them on their profiles, and maybe even get a tattoo! And tattoo shops are now the place of legend -- the home of major tattoo artists and a site to see in and of itself. So what's next?
The internet will naturally allow the tattoo industry to continue evolving in ground-breaking ways in order to deliver the best possible content and services for the millions of tattoo-culture followers out there. The gap between the tattoo fan and the artist will get smaller and smaller with these new internet-based platforms and we can already see this trend in sites that offer crowd-sourcing for tattoo designs, such as Tattoodo , where people are linked to artists from all over the world in order to obtain customized tattoo designs.