What is tattooing?

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Tattooing is a process whereby colours are instilled permanently into the skin to create a design or words. It is created by piercing the skin using a needle and putting the ink into the place. Tattoos are basically used for decoration.
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tat·too
[ta-too]
NOUN [PLURAL TAT·TOOS.]
1.
the act or practice of marking the skin with indelible patterns, pictures, legends, etc., by making punctures in it and inserting pigments.
2.
a pattern, picture, legend, etc., so made.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [TAT·TOOED, TAT·TOO·ING.]
3.
to mark (the skin) with tattoos.
4.
to put (tattoos) on the skin.
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Tattooing has been practiced for centuries worldwide. A tattoo is a marking made by inserting indelible ink into the dermis layer of the skin to change the pigment for decorative or Other reasons.
Tattooing is, simply put, the process of printing art or words or even pictures on a person's skin. Tattooing is very popular in some circles, but it's also a very controversial topic. You can find more info at: dictionary.reference.com
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