Hebrew-Tattoo.com Review

Hebrew Tattoo

By Kevin Leland


This site will custom design your Hebrew Tattoo. they translate it, and offer many fonts. They can even provide you with ideas for a your Hebrew Tattoo, like I have in a few of my posts here at Bangari. See: My Hebrew Tattoo Idea.

If you are considering a Hebrew Tattoo, it is vitally important that you consider what might go wrong with this creative endeavor. Remember, it takes lasers and a shit-load of money to undo a tattoo mistake! They go on much easier than they come off, and it can be very difficult to cover them up with more ink and another design, although that is a good option if it’s done by a talented tattoo artist.

If this is your first tattoo, let me correct a common misnomer:

You don’t “get” a tattoo — You “earn” one!

Going under the needle is like going under the knife –minus the anesthesia! If you are a man, then it is going to hurt! Women have a much higher tolerance for pain, and I know some women who have practically slept through the process. But to guys…It will feel like the tattoo artist is carving the design into your flesh with an Exact-O knife.

Now, besides wimping out sometime after ink has been embedded in skin, yet before the artwork is complete, what else can go wrong with a tattoo? 

  • What seems like a good idea in your mind, looks like shit on your skin!
  • It gets infected, or your body rejects it.
  • You get a disease from dirty equipment
  • The “artist” is a hack
  • You get it in a place (on your body) where it is difficult or impossible to conceal
  • It’s misspelled , or translates differently than expected.

That last potential problem can be avoided by contacting Hebrew Tattoo.com. I highly recommend their very affordable translation services. For around $5.00 (USD) they will verify that your tattoo translates properly. Sometimes, especially in the Hebrew language which is read right to left, arranging the letters in a vertical or band layout, can cause the meaning to change.

If you found an idea here at Bangari, great! However, we don’t speak Hebrew, so we can’t be sure that our translations are correct. Have it verified by a Hebrew speaker! The folks at Hebrew-Tattoo.com will enable you to rest assured — you will not regret the tattoo you earned!

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4 responses to “Hebrew-Tattoo.com Review

  1. Pingback: My Hebrew Tattoo Idea | Bangari Content Gallery

  2. Did they pay you to do this? I mean c’mon! They are a total scam. They emailed me back constantly when I was asking for information and everything but once I made my order, BAM no more replys. They might seem professional but I just want to warn people. And I’m probably not getting my $42 dollars back. Really pissed me off. That web site should be taken down! And I’m not the only one! Go to hebrew-tattoo.com facebook and see the post for yourself. There’s negative reviews by the same reason as mine. Good reviews are on their website obviously.

    • From my phone.forgive typos. Thanks for the comment. I did the review on my own accord. I didn’t know they were a scam. I have a good friend who is fluent in Hebrew and English. Tell them to shove the $42 up their ass! My friend and I will do your Hebrew tattoo design for free. If you are happy with it, write us a good review. I’ll rewrite this content to include your negative but honest review. Then we’ll over take their site by treating people right! Go ahead and put your concept right here in comments.thanks

      • Really? You guys sound to good to be true :-). And yeah I should tell them that, probably be a good way to get them to write back and ask them hows Jerusalem, if its actually true they live down there. And I would be eager to write a good review on your services!

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