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Stray Line In Tattoo ( Advice Needed )

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Got my " Peace & Love " tattoo and really happy with it. ( Three days ago )

After close inspection there's a slight stray line underneath the " P " ( Its a lot lighter than the rest of the tattoo )

It wasn't there after he had finished on the first day, it somehow appeared on the second day.

Should I get it touched up ? Im thinking if I do it will look a bit uneven as it would thicken the line too much.

Or am I just being  a perfectionist ?

 

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Thanks 

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Congratulations on the new tattoo, looks cool and most important thing is that you are happy with it.

First of all you totally are being perfectionist.

Secondly, you got to wait at least 4-6 weeks before you know for sure how it's gonna look eventually.

So conclusion, let it fully heal and only then go back to your artist hear what he says about it. Most likely it would be best leaving it as is.

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1 hour ago, VenomX said:

Got my " Peace & Love " tattoo and really happy with it. ( Three days ago )

After close inspection there's a slight stray line underneath the " P " ( Its a lot lighter than the rest of the tattoo )

It wasn't there after he had finished on the first day, it somehow appeared on the second day.

Should I get it touched up ? Im thinking if I do it will look a bit uneven as it would thicken the line too much.

Or am I just being  a perfectionist ?

 

48020426811_65685de5ff_z.jpg

48020492637_7dc94fab25_z.jpg

 

Thanks 

ALL tattoos have flaws in them,

put down the magnifying glass,

and I bet if you don't point it out anymore nobody will notice it.

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Three Things

1) No one will ever notice except for you. 

2) If someone does notice, tell them that it's supposed to look like that.

3) Work to reset your expectations....tattoos sometimes have imperfections. Actually, many times they have imperfections. It's just part of the deal. 

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