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Hi friends. My name is Hassan and I am from Pakistan and I am running a tattoo shop here which I started recently. I want to learn your experiences about tattoos that's why I am here.

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Welcome Hassan!

Never heard anything about tattooing in Pakistan. Would be very interested to hear about how common it is and what kind of attitude people have towards it over there. What kind of styles and motifs are popular? Are people doing tattoo adaptation of traditional Pakistani folk art? Do you as an artist, and people with tattoos, face discrimination? I have a lot of questions. Any info and stories would be very interesting.

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Hello and welcome, Hassan! I share mmikaoj's curiosity. I've worked with a few Pakistanis that were very kind and gentle people. I've seen women with stained Henna on their hands, but never any tattoos like that.

Edit: A google image search shows Henna and Mehndi tattos, but I have no idea how common they are in Pakistan.

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