Metal tattoos are on the rise in the U.S. The metal tattoo industry, as a whole, is projected to be worth $3.4 billion by 2019, according to a new report by The Tattoo Industry Alliance.
The report predicts the number of tattoo artists and tattoo artists in the country will increase by 25 percent by 2019.
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t still barriers.
“We’re still a very small industry,” said Kevin Nance, president of The Tattoos Industry Alliance, which promotes and certifies metal tattoo artists.
“It’s a lot of work and a lot to do.
It’s a big market.”
Nance said that while metal tattooing has been popular for a long time, it’s taken off more recently, with a rise in popularity among young people.
He believes that the increase is due to an increased understanding of the benefits of metal tattoos and that there are more people interested in them.
According to the U, U.K., and China data, tattoo artists earn about $10,000 to $20,000 per year.
But Nance says the trend is not just about getting money.
He says tattoos can help people heal, increase self-esteem, and promote healthy behaviors.
“It’s not a product of being wealthy.
It is about doing things that are positive for your life and your health,” he said.
“The tattoos that I see in my clients and that I have been doing for the past few years, they’re actually giving people a sense of belonging to themselves and their self-image.”
Nances, who is also a tattoo artist, said it’s important to educate the public about the benefits and benefits of tattoos.
He said tattoo artists need to be able to communicate with clients in a professional way, not just in the tattoo studio.
“There’s no such thing as a tattoo without a doctor’s note,” Nance added.
“You have to be in touch with the client in a personal way.”
Nanced said that the number and growth of tattoo studios and tattoo parlors are outpacing tattoo shops.
The average tattoo shop in the United States opened in 2012, and the industry is projected continue to grow.
Nance also said that although tattoos are becoming more common, they aren’t as popular as other health-related procedures like acupuncture or acupuncture-related therapies.
For example, the number one reason tattooing is declining is because the demand for these services is outstripping supply, he said, and tattoo shops have to turn away clients who want to try out alternative treatments.
“I think it’s because people are not taking the time to learn about it, to understand it, or to actually get the therapy that they want,” he added.
The trend for metal tattoo work has taken off in recent years, Nance believes.
He estimates that one in five metal tattooists are in the industry.
And metal tattoo shops and artists are more than just about the money.
“Metal tattoos are really powerful because they really change the way people think about their bodies,” he explained.
“They make you feel beautiful.
They make you think about yourself in a different way.”
But the tattoo industry also has some health concerns.
According, The Tattootic Association of America, there are at least 17,000 reported cases of skin cancer and more than 600,000 infections of the skin with HIV in the last decade.
And it is estimated that up to 1 million people in the world are at risk of getting the skin cancer.
Nances said that metal tattoos can be dangerous and can cause infection.
“A lot of times when people get metal tattoos, they’ll get a piece of metal that is going to fall off of the surface of the body, and then the infection can develop,” he continued.
“And that’s not good.”
But he said there are some positive signs that the metal industry is changing.
“People are getting tattoos that they actually want,” Nances added.