Today it is the turn of the lumbar. You don't usually see many tattoos for men that occupy only this area, but rather drawings that occupy the entire back like the horimono or the Maori; as well as tattoos that occupy the ass and go up to the lumbar.
The exclusive tattoos of this area are usually most typical of women, although they can also extend to the hip or side (such as tattoos of creepers, butterfly clouds, stars, flower petals, etc.) as well as occupy the entire back (without going any further, there are also women with horimono tattoos covering his whole body)
Characteristics of tattoos in the lumbar
Pain: it is considered to be a not very painful area; Anyway, there are opinions of all kinds since the less meat an area has, the more painful it will be to tattoo it, and to that it adds that there are people with more sensitivity than others.
Esthetic: If the only reason why you tattoo this area is because it seems sexy to you to tell you that this design is called "Tattoo of foxes". I'm not saying it, I've seen it in all the realities of American tattoos (by the way, I find this comment especially derogatory coming from people with according to what tattoos, no matter how tattooists they are)
Apparently it is a tattoo that became fashionable among prostitutes Since the client who likes it according to what position can consider it erotic. Be that as it may, what you should take into account is the design precisely for this reason, since a bad choice can turn it into anti-morbid (I remember a girl who had to cover one especially horrible because her husband would get everything down every time he saw it).
Better choose a design that does not limit itself to extending from left to right like the one in this photo, but rather play with part of your back, hip or side in a way that is more sensual and less obvious.
And what about epidural? Will they put it on me if I tattoo this area? I'll answer you tomorrow.