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If you're not sure how much pain you can handle, it's best to start with a small to medium sized tattoo so that as a beginner you know how well you can tolerate the experience (or not).
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No pain, no gain - this is a nice mantra for the gym when you need a little inspiration and something to give you an extra boost. But let's be honest: no one who's about to get a new tattoo wants to hear that it's going to hurt a lot.

We're all adults, right? We understand that a certain amount of pain and discomfort is to be expected with a tattoo, but if you have a fairly low pain threshold then you should consider where the least painful spot for the tattoo is.

It's really not rocket science to be honest - it's pretty logical if you think about it. Any places where the skin is thin, where the average person tends to have less "flesh on their bones," and where there are a lot of nerve endings are the places to avoid if you're looking for "minor pain." So think about the areas with more fat or muscle and thicker skin. That being said, gender does play some role as the amount of muscle or fat in women compared to men obviously means more or less pain and tenderness in certain areas.

So let’s get straight to it, shall we?

Here are 7 places you should get your tattoo if you want as little pain as possible.

Shoulder area - lots of muscles and few nerves.
Thighs - most of us have a little more meat up there to reduce the sting. But if you choose the thigh, stick to the upper or outer thigh, NOT the inner thigh. Ouch, that's definitely a very sensitive spot.
Back - as the skin is thicker there and there is also a large surface area to work with.
Forearms - this is a good spot thanks to all the muscles and thicker skin.
Calves - ditto, as are the forearms, so also a good choice.
External biceps - fewer nerve endings, more muscles, less pain.
Back of ear - not much area to work with, but a good option.
If you really want to stay far away from pain, don't choose your hands, wrists, ankles, stomach or armpits as a tattoo area.

No matter how brave you are and what your pain threshold is, you don't have to be a martyr if you can get some relief with an anesthetic soap before getting a tattoo. Tattoo artists all over the world use them and love them. Thanks to a healthy dose of lidocaine along with plenty of antimicrobial ingredients, the soap, when applied before tattooing, will definitely numb the area, soothe and comfort the skin.

If you're not sure how much pain you can handle, it's best to start with a small to medium sized tattoo so that as a beginner you know how well you can tolerate the experience (or not).