Tattoos have grown in popularity in recent decades. According to the 2015 Harris Poll, 47% of Millennials and 37% of Gen Xers say they have at least one tattoo. They have become more accepted in the workplace as well, with many companies allowing tattoos to be shown in the workplace or even when interacting with customers.
If you’re thinking about getting a tattoo–even for that all-important first one–it’s important to know the different types of tattoos, their cost, and the benefits and value of each type. Consider the following factors:
- There are approximately 21,000 tattoo parlors in the United States
- Around 5% of the U.S. population has covered a tattoo with a larger one
- For a small tattoo, the average cost is $45. For a larger tattoo, the average cost is $150 per hou