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I just got this tattoo a day ago and I noticed some lines getting blurry and I'm not sure if this could be a blowout. This is my first tattoo. It's probably too early to know but it's stressing me out and I would like thoughts on this. Any idea?

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Did you look around the forum at other threads relating to this topic before posting? It’s far too early to know. Let it heal. No sense in stressing about something you can’t do anything about.


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That’s normal.
A week ago I started a new tattoo. For the next 2 days the ink seeped out through the open wound. The lines became undefined and looked much wider than they originally did.

You need to let the wound scab up and then let the scab naturally come off. That’s going to take 2-3 weeks at a minimum.

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Update: It's starting to scab and the lines seem to be getting thicker. It looks like the ink is spreading under the skin, is this part of the healing process? 

(Sorry for the inconvenience)

If it is a blowout I know I can't do anything about it, all I can do is touch it up after its healed. I really love it as it is but I can't help but notice the cloudiness of the tattoo.

Thank you.

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