Today I will tell you that in the modern history of tattoos for hundreds of years, girls have played an important role!
Victorian Times: Tattoos are “elegant” by high ladies
As far back as the graceful and wealthy Victorian era, women’s tattoos are icons of “fashion” and “trend” in high society.
Lovely woman, is there a problem with her figure?
In the 19th century, British colonists brought tattoos from the colony back to the country. The exotic style of the tattoo itself and the high cost at the time made it quickly become a “leisure and elegant taste” with a symbol of class status at that time.
At that time, most of the popular tattoos among women were decorative patterns, mostly husband’s name, which were usually tattooed on the place where clothing could cover.
The big flower arm of the noble older sister at the end of the 19th century
Circus Girl Logo: The Beginning of Tattoo Stigma
As long as there is a leading trend in a high society, there will be a lower society to follow. From the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century, with the development of tattoo technology, tattooing is no longer a privilege of high society.
Popular small theaters and circus showgirls have also added charming tattoos to their skins, which has also officially begun to put female tattoos in negative colors. Women with old schoo-style tattoos on their bodies often toured the circus.