Tattoo is an ancient art form originating from the Tahitian word “tatau,” 타투도안 meaning “to put.” The traditional technique involves tapping the ink into the skin with sharp objects, such as bone. Other methods of tattooing have included carving designs into the skin with a needle or cutting them out.
A black tattoo 타투 is one of the darkest colors used in tattoos. This type of ink also fades more quickly than other colors. In addition, getting a black tattoo is much more painful than getting a tattoo of another color.