Snowe1

New tattoo advice...

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Hi everyone,

So I recently got my first tattoo, only a few days ago, and the edges seem to be blown out. Will it stay like this or is it still just healing? Cheers.

 

 

 

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Some people bruise with tattoos.  You could just have a peel starting. Peeling linework gets kinda puffy looking.

You have more healing to do now. Take care of it, keep it clean and follow your artist's instructions.

You can't do anything to stop a blow out, and it happens sometimes. After two to four weeks, the same artist should be able to help you if something does need to be fixed. But don't obsess about it now.

 

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