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Guess I am the new guy on the block so guess I should say a bit first. My wife and I are from Memphis Tennessee, she has 13 tattoos and I have 2 (yes I am behind lol). We joined to check out ideas and to also to maybe get some good ideas. She just got her latest tattoo a few days ago and it was a horrible job and I dont think it can be fixed. I would like any opinions from the experts. Thans for any tips and for the opportunity to join the forums,

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Ouch, looks painful? i dunno it might heal ok... IE then can be touched up? my other half had one a few weeks back (was very good work) and our dog caught it / pulled the scab off and it bled / looked very similar.... a few weeks on its still healing but the guys said not to worry it will heal and can be re done :) fingers crossed this is the same for you! all the best!

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    • yep. 4-6 weeks before you really know what you've got.  post a link to the person who you're looking at for re-working it. 
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