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Blowout, healing or crap?

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Hey! I got my first tattoo on April 9th, so 6 days ago and I’m pretty scared that it turned out to be crappy- it was done in a profesional salon, but the tattooer wasn’t the most experienced girl, but she wasn’t a total newbie either. Is it too soon to judge if its crap or blown out? Should I get a touch up? 


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