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The study — “Tattooed Men: Healthy Bad Boys and Good-Looking Competitors” — highlights how little we understand about evolution’s role in attraction.Here’s the basic reasoning: Getting a tattoo, by definition, is painful; sticking a needle chock full ‘o ink is also, you know, a health hazard. If you emerge from a tattoo unscathed, you just survived a wound.Tattoos I don’t mind as long as he’s not covered with really bad tats.” - Rachel K.“No to the tats, and hell no to the piercings.” - Kayla D. "It honestly depends on the guy—there are certain guys who can pull it off, and others who just can't.Guys, on the other hand, have relatively few options for self-styling beyond updating your hairstyle, shaving your head, and your go-to grooming products. I just feel like so many people who have either tattoos or piercings, or both, got them done without really thinking about 10, 20, and 30 years in the future. Stupid quotes you got tatted on your ass in college: hard pass. "Arm bands, clichéd roses, and other large garish pieces that were very obviously done during angsty teenage years just don't appeal to me. “Piercings on a guy make it seem like you’re still going through ‘that phase’ in high school.In fact, the usual options are typically from a needle or gun: You get inked or pierced. Obviously, there are plenty more opinions out there, and loads of women who will be gung ho for either all or nothing. I have a guy friend with red lips tatted right above his crotch. Very few people have tattoos that stopped me in my tracks and I said 'Wow, I love that! And tattoos I like, but only some guys really pull them off. I like guys to have a half-sleeve or something bigger.” - Daniella J. I don’t want to see your eyebrow, lip, or nose pierced. “Yes to tattoos, but only if they’re ones you wouldn’t mind showing to your in-laws.Regardless of gender and sexual orientation, tattooed men stood out as more masculine, more dominant, and more aggressive than their non-tattooed versions — in other words, the stereotypical vision of the machismo man. But what about that key factor of evolutionary biology, that whole mating and attractiveness part?
I wouldn't care what a guy had to say about my piercings, nor would his opinion change how I feel about my own tattoos." - Raquel S.My own sister is a tattoo artist, inked up from head to toe (literally), but I’ve never gone under the needle myself and find it difficult to understand why anyone would. Evolutionary biologists have theorized that tattoos are a way of signaling how tough we are.