Kenzylynnsmom18

Tattooed in NY

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Hi all, I am from western ny and have become addicted to the world of tattoos. I currently have 3, which may seem few however one is a back piece (in progress) one is the back of the calf and the other on the neck... I have plans for several more (full sleeve, collar bone, finish the back and so on) I came here because I need some help on 2 pieces I have.. One needs a cover due to blown out lines and just cruddy, and the other is half done, and when I went in I had an idea of what I wanted, picture and all, simple enough it would seem? Incorrect, the "artist" took liberties, changed the design, made it considerably smaller and just ugh... Needless to say it was never finished and I am wondering whether to cover that or if it can in some way be salvaged. I do however have one tattoo (my neck) that I love and am very proud to wear!

Aside from that, I am a mom to 3 amazing children and "work" from home if you will. My passion is my dogs and has become my day in and day out! Can't beat that.

I look forward to all the feedback I get and being able to find many,many more ideas to add to my canvas.

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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. 
    • I'd wait until it's healed so you actually know what it's going to look like before I start looking at having it "fixed." How exactly is the other artist going to "fix" it? I've seen more tattoos that look worse after they are fixed than better.
    • Hello everyone. So I got this rose tattoo two weeks ago. Still healing and I know I want to get it “fixed”. My issue with it is that while it looks like a rose you have to look hard to see it’s a rose. I have an appt. scheduled for April to have it worked on by a different artist (he did a pocket watch on my ribs last year that came out great). In meeting with him he said it lacks symmetry (which it does) among some other things, but he feels he can work on this. Looking for any advice. Is this fixable or is it a lost cause? If it’s not fixable then it is what it is, but Tully hoping for some input. Needless to say, I’ve been so bummed since I got because it didn’t come out how I would’ve liked. Thank you.
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