A little FYI:
Unhealthy practices, some even prohibited in Islam, are slowly creeping into our society; and it will take more awareness, education, and open dialogue to stay alert and stop these problems in their tracks before they spread.
Tattooing is viewed in the west as a harmless form of body art, an aesthetic procedure, a normal part of growing up for most adolescents.
Recently, tattooing has started appearing in Arab and Muslim societies as well. Apparently, it is extremely difficult but not impossible to find a place to get a tattoo done here in the Kingdom.
“It is not so rare and unusual anymore to get a tattoo, maybe not in Saudi Arabia but in other Arab countries.
“The most popular type of tattoo among some young Arab women is to get a permanent eyebrow tattoo to obtain the perfect eyebrow line without having to fret over bushy eyebrow hair,” said one young lady in Jeddah who preferred to withhold her name.
The wise person would look into why the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) explicitly rejected tattooing.
The following Hadith leaves no for debate or controversy.
Abu Juhayfah said: “The Prophet (pbuh) cursed the one who does tattoos, and the one who has a tattoo done.”
There a number of reasons behind the prohibition of tattoos.(link)