Want A Tattoo Like Those Of Rihanna’s? Check It Out

Flaunting hairstyles and outstanding tattoos- these are the two things for what Rihanna is famous for. She has a wide collection of tattoos on her body covering chest, neck, hands, fingers, arms, ankles, foot, and legs. Her every tattoo has a deep meaning that depicts, she has a special love for tribal prints, stars, Egyptian goddess, scorpion signs, and henna patterns.

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Do Rihanna’s tattoos drive you off? And, do you want the same tattoo on your body like Rihanna have? If yes, then you are at right place! Although she has 21 tattoos on her body, but in this blog, we’ll gonna discuss about all those rocking meaningful tattoos from head to toe, that makes Rihanna in the news.

Read on…

Her First Tattoo With Music Notes

Rihanna has a special love for music as she’s a singer by profession. Rihanna got her first tattoo when she was a teenager, and started her career in 2006. She inked Music Notes on her right foot’s ankle, that very well indicates her fresh start with her singing as a career.

A Cute Skull At Foot’s Back

Again, on a right foot, she has a cute skull with a pink ribbon knot on the backside of the foot. It was done when she was staying in Miami. It includes a skull, crossbones and a pink hair bow. It shows that one day our life going to end, we all will be carved into the walls.

Henna-Style Tribal On Hands And Fingers

Rihanna’s hand tattoo shows henna-style, which is totally inked in tribal form. Her every tattoo on her hands and fingers depicts love and strength. The design on her right hand is of a geometric winged serpent paw with little hibiscus that go up to her wrist. Her tattoo was done in a traditional style of the Maori people in New Zealand. This technique for tattooing makes the skin entirely rougher as opposed to smooth.

Gun Tattoo On Her Right Armpit

Bang Bang is considered as Rihanna’s favorite tattoo artist and this gun tattoo is Rihanna’s favorite, which is inked on her right armpit. It is a kind of ironic tattoo, which was inked when her boyfriend, Chris Brown, abused her. Rihanna also used to wear a necklace with a small gun pendant. All this shows a sign of self-empowerment.

Goddess Isis Below Her Bust

She always tries to be a good mom and a wife, and for that she inked an Egyptian Goddess, Isis, below her bust. Likewise, Rihanna’s bust tattoo is the ideal tribute to her grandma, as the goddess Isis was revered by antiquated Egyptians as the perfect mother and wife, and was otherwise called the goddess of kids.

Pisces Sign on Right Ear’s back

Then comes her right ear’s backside, where she got a Pisces sign. This tattoo was done in Tokyo, by a famous Brazilian artist. The reason behind getting it inked because it’s her Zodiac sign, that shows that these people go with the flow and they never make waves. Also, this Pisces shows her emotional and unpredictable nature.

Stars On Back And Inner Ear

Also, she got stars inked on her back and inner side of the ear. The star tattoo at the back starts from the end of the head, going downwards covering the neck.  This, too, was made by Bang bang for her boyfriend only as he plays a shining star role in her life.

These are the famous Rihanna’s tattoos that people love to get inked with a reason. So, if you wanna follow Rihanna’s tattoo as well, go and get the similar reason to get it done!

Let the ink say what you feel!

Everything you need to Know About the Paleo Diet

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“You need to give up modern foods to reap the benefits in true sense“. Are you ready? If you’re among those decided to follow a paleo diet, here’s a lot more to know before your reach any decision.

Paleo diet, also known as the Stone-age diet or hunter-gathered diet is talk of the town these days. it usually starts and unfortunately ends too with just one question, “What will the caveman eat?” But, there’s a lot more for you to know.

Here is everything about a paleo diet: the paleo menu, pros and cons, and what a modern person needs to know to decide whether or not to take the paleo diet plunge.

The Premise
The paleo diet is typically based on the foods our hunter-gather ancestors ate: vegetables, fruits, meat, seafood, and nuts. According to Loren Cordain, PhD, professor of health and exercise science at Colorado State University and author of The Paleo Diet, “By following these nutritional guidelines, we put our diet more in line with the evolutionary pressures that shaped our current genetics, which in turn positively influences health and wellbeing.

He says paleo diet reduces the body’s glycemic load and has a healthy ratio of saturated-to-unsaturated fatty acids, raises vitamin and nutrient consumption, and contains an optimal balance of protein, fat, and carbohydrates.

What’s on the menu?
Fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, fresh meat— it is all about eating foods straight from the Earth. Cordain advises people to have grass-fed and organic food whenever possible to limit exposure to pesticides, antibiotics, and other chemicals that didn’t exist back. As per the Research from Emory University, Paleolithic people obtained about 35% of their calories from fats, 35% from carbohydrates, and 30% from protein. Amazing!!

Packaged Food

 

Say No to Packed Food
Anything that comes in a box, jar, or bag should be avoided when on paleo diet. —, According to Robb Wolf, a former research biochemist, paleo expert, and author of The Paleo Solution, this means no grains, dairy, added salt, or legumes including peanuts, beans, lentils, and soybeans. While potatoes are generally forbidden on the diet, it is okay to eat sparingly as long as you earn them through exercise. Alcohol and honey are also generally considered no paleo, but red wine tends to be the closest option to be a paleo drink.

Paleo is a lifestyle
“The paleo diet is by no means a temporary diet,” says Cordain. “It’s like a lifestyle, as it was thousands of years ago. You don’t just stop it if and when you start feeling better or reach your goal weight—you stick it out for the long haul”, he further adds.

Paleo isn’t just about food
Besides food, exercise is a vital part of the live-by-your-genetic-code equation. Stone Age living meant a constant on-the-go lifestyle, which required 4,000-plus calories a day, as per reports of David L. Katz, MD, director of the Yale University Prevention Research Center. Even people who hit the gym regularly won’t need to eat that many calories, but the principle of using food as fuel to exercise still stands.

It’s impossible to completely copy our ancestors
“Our ancestors never chased cows and chickens around. They hunted antelopes, buffalo, and probably some animals we’ve never heard of. Their meat was generally quite lean, and provided healthier omega 3s than meats from modern days, even the grass-fed ones”, according to Dr. Katz.

Paleo diet requires a lot of planning, preparation time, and mental peace. For example, eating out on the diet isn’t as easy as ordering chicken and a salad. A lot of factors are to be considered – oil in which the chicken was cooked, if the salad toppings was processed, or packaged, etc.

“As with every elimination diet, it’s just not doable long term,” Dr. Ochner says. Weight loss is far from the sole purpose of eating paleo as going on and off of the diet can lead to big weight swings. Hence, it is not easy to follow a paleo diet.

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