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Smoke tattoos are bold, beautiful, and eye-catching. This style is perfect for people who want to share their love for smoking with the world. The best thing about smoke tattoos is that this style can be done in almost any kind of tattooing technique, which means that if you’re looking for something special to go with it, you won’t have to worry much about memorizing all the different styles out there. Smoke tattoos are undoubtedly unique – look at them! They’re highly artistic.

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Cigarette smoke comprises lots of tiny particles (called nanoparticles) that float around in the air as molecules do. The impression these make on paper or skin is like a fingerprint – no two smoky swirls will ever be the same. This is what makes smoke tattoos so gorgeous – the fact that they’re unique.

As far as meanings go, you can get anything from a simple reminder of your favorite pastime to an elaborate piece that represents all the people you’ve known who have passed away due to smoking-related illnesses.

Either way, smoke tattoos are perfect if you want something pretty to show off on your skin for everyone else to appreciate and marvel at. We certainly think so! Smoke tattoos are bold, beautiful, and eye-catching. This style is perfect for people who want to share their love for smoking with the world.

Smoke Tattoo originates from the appearance of a tattoo when it’s done poorly, causing the ink to blur into one another, making it appear as if it was smoke.

A light layer of black liner is placed under the skin using sterilized needles, creating more delicate shading at the bottom and slightly darker shading on top. Unlike more permanent tattoos, these are easily removed with some laser surgery.

What does a Smoke Tattoo mean?

A smoke tattoo is an advanced form of particle manipulation. It allows the user to ‘draw’ out small shapes and symbols in smoke that can be seen from any range; smoke tattoo art usually manifests as faint wisps around the user, but apprentices will more commonly leave trails of particles following their movements (similar to ink trails.)

Smoke tattoos are extremely rare and challenging to perform, making them even more valuable than standard blood tattoos. State-sanctioned tattooists mostly refuse to attempt smoke tattoos due to their unpredictable nature – it’s nearly impossible for an unskilled tattooist to imbue a living person with particles properly. Because of this, smoke tattoos are primarily done by the patient via self-tattooing, much like blood tattoos.

The most common form of self-taught smoke tattooists are ‘seekers,’ criminals who attempt to escape the city by obscuring their identities with smoke tattoos.

Seekers typically utilize basic shapes in dull colors; they rarely possess more than one color’s worth of ink and usually don’t have enough for even a full word or phrase due to the scarcity of particles.

smoke tattoos are perfect if you want something pretty to show off on your skin for everyone else to appreciate and marvel at…

Attempts at more complex designs tend to end badly; despite having stronger control over individual particles than advanced blood tattooists, seekers lack formal education on imbuing substances with attributes (such as magnetism.) As such, it’s not unusual for seekers to release trails of heat-emitting or acidic particles when performing their tattoos.

Because of the high maintenance cost of smoke tattoos, they are only done in small portions – typically not covering more than 20% of an individual’s body surface area at a time. As such, many seekers utilize smaller tattoos as ‘passports’ or disguises when moving across borders.

The effects will fade if left unused too long, so seekers who have acquired multiple colors may either use them for entirely different tattoos to go under different aliases or trade them between each other for quick changes.

Alternatives to the smoke tattoo include; animal, skull tattoos, flower, fire, twin flame tattoo, fire design tattoo, drugs, music tattoos, you are my sunshine tattoo, trident tattoo ideas, lighters, guitar tattoo, dice tattoo, beach tattoos, key tattoo ideas, electric chair tattoo designs, dragon thigh tattoo, weed tattoo, horseshoe tattoos, marijuana tattoo design…it’s always best to consult your tattoo artist!

Let’s take a look at some smoke tattoo ideas.

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