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10 Things You Need To Know Before Getting A Tattoo

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Well getting your first tattoo can be daunting. But its quite of an adventure. Body ink is something you  embrace for the rest of your life and should be chosen cautiously.Here are 10 things you need to know before getting a tattoo.

Pain Pain Pain!

Getting a tattoo will hurt. Anyone recommending it won’t is probably lying or might have gotten a little one on the wrist. If talking  realistically getting inked feels like a touch of slight stinging, burning pain coupled with an annoying, intense vibration.

10 Things You Need To Know Before Getting A Tattoo

Good Things Take Time

Getting inked is a time consuming as well as a costly procedure. Do not go cheap, be willing to spend some bucks on a forever thing! The time as well as the cost of the tattoo depends entirely on the  size and how intricate the design is. The design you choose might also require more than one session to be done.

 

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Pay Your Dermatologist A Visit

Tattoo reactions are not common, but if in case it occurs, it might be very difficult to treat. Reactions to red tattoo pigment are most common you might get a rash which is bumpy and itchy, So to avoid any such aversion consult your doctor first.

15 Things You Need To Know Before Getting A Tattoo

Think Before You Ink

Be  sure of whatever you choose, it should be something you can stand by for the rest of your life.Going head over heels in love is okay but getting your loved one’s name inked is risky.Take your time and decide what you want, your tattoo should not be a spur of the moment decision.

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Start Small

A tattoo is that piece of art which stays on your body for the rest of your life.Since a tattoo is painful, the smarter move is to start small and know your body’ s pain tolerance capacity.The bigger and more elaborate the design more is the pain caused.

 

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Research

Just like any other thing you do, getting inked requires a lot of research. Look for a perfect tattoo artist. Go through his portfolios, start from his social media accounts or may be even pay him a visit.Your tattoo artist is the one who will make a difference in how realistic your ink looks.

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Hygiene

Hygiene is most important.Make sure the working area in the artist’s studio is not messy and that you get your ink in  a safe and hygienic way. Entire procedure should be done wearing gloves. The parts of the tattoo gun your  body is exposed to must be sterile. Sealed needles ad sealed tubes are inevitable.

 

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No Alcohol

Gulping in some liquor might seem like an easier way to curb the pain but its actually dangerous. Alcohol thins your blood making you likely to bleed more during the whole procedure.Excessive bleeding can also mix up with the ink affecting the final result.

 

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Aftercare Is Equally Important

Tattoo is an open wound and must be treated like one. Do not neglect your tattoo. There are a lot of guidelines to  take care of a fresh ink. Firstly wash your tattoo with an antibacterial soap. Do not leave your tattoo dry, apply Vaseline or tattoo wax in sufficient amounts. Wait patiently for the wound to heal completely.

 

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Touch Up Might Be Required

If a portion of your tattoo din’t heal correctly or is partly fading away you will need a touch up.It’s better for small details to be done too lightly than botched the first time.If, within the first couple weeks of healing, you want something adjusted, get in touch with your artist and set up a touch-up.

 

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