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Safe to get stick n poke tat redo if not fully healed?

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Yeah, if you responded to my last question, I’m the dumbass with a stick n poke that I didn’t let heal and picked at it. Getting it fixed tonight. But the skin still looks a little bit “stretched” if you will. Should I wait? And yes I am fixing it with a tattoo needles and black Buddha ink and a very safe and clean environment.

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You're fixing it or a professional is fixing it?

I'm not sure when you had it done but it's generally recommended to wait until the skin is fully healed so you don't traumatize the area too much and your artist has the best skin to work with. This is usually at least 2 months after getting it done.

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