Body-art classification paper.
There are many types of body art. Some of them are dyeing, scarification, tattooing, and piercing. Piercings are an ancient and temporary type (which may leave a scar when removed) of body art. Body piercing is the creation of an opening in the human body in which jewelry can be worn and the word piercing refers to this opening. The most common piercing is an earring, but you can get a piercing in almost everybody part of your body. Henna is another temporary type. Henna the paste of a flowering plant which is used for body (and fingernails) paint and hair dye, especially in various festivals and celebrations. The paste is left on the skin for a few hours to overnight and the stain lasts a few days to a month. How long it will last depends on how long it is allowed to stay on the skin, the quality and the individual skin type. Tattoos are supposed to be permanent and the patterns and techniques change over the years. The way tattoos are looked at change from country to country. Many in the United States look at tattoos as being rebellious. Tattooing, over the last decade, has become a very popular form of body art throughout the world. The most common reasons to get tattooed are; wanting to show your individuality and uniqueness, belonging to a group that has tattoos, symbolic or religious signs of identification, and identifying with a (known for tattoos) subculture. Scarification is a form of scary body art. Scaring is the art of creating specific wounds in the skin that leave raised marks when the wounds heal, using sharp objects or heated objects. ( It can be used to create patterns or textures on the skin. Ancient cultures used scarification as a rite of initiation into adulthood, and for other reasons.
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