Which part of the body is more painful to get a tattoo on?

It is difficult to accurately predict the level of pain that a person may experience when getting a tattoo, as everyone's pain tolerance is different. However, some common areas that are often reported to be more painful include:


This area has a high concentration of nerve endings and is considered to be one of the most painful areas to get a tattoo.


Similar to the ribcage, the spine also has a
high concentration of nerve endings, making
it a painful area for tattoos

Inner Wrist

The thin skin on the inner wrist, combined with the bones and veins close to the surface, can make this area a painful spot for tattoos


The skin on the ankles is thin and close to the bone, making this area another commonly reported painful spot for tattoos


Getting a tattoo on the head, including the temples, scalp, and behind the ears, can be painful due to the thin skin and proximity to the skull.


Tattoos on the face, particularly near the eyes, nose, and mouth, can be painful due to the close proximity to bones and nerves.


The skin on the stomach is thin and close to
the organs, making it a painful spot for


It is important to remember that everyone experiences pain differently and what may be painful for one person may not be for another. The level of pain also depends on the size and complexity of the tattoo, as well as the individual's pain tolerance.