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Will a blowout continue to blow out?

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Hi All,

I've seen a bunch of posts on here for "is my tattoo blowing out?" However, I haven't been able to find anything about blowout either spreading or staying put, once it blows. 

I have two full sleeves that never had any problems. A month ago, I got some smaller script below the collarbone that healed with some minor blowout. Not the halo or bruise type of blowout, but more the classic type of blowout: little blurred/streaky bits on/behind the lines. 

I'm wondering, does the blowout just happen, then settle and heal in the same way the regular line settles and heals, or does/can the blowout "keep blowing out" over a period of time? I'm essentially asking if I'll need to keep worrying about the blowout getting worse beyond the normal healing window and the normal aging process. 

 

 Thanks!

 

 

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7 hours ago, mac518 said:

Hi All,

I've seen a bunch of posts on here for "is my tattoo blowing out?" However, I haven't been able to find anything about blowout spreading or staying put, once it blows. 

I have two full sleeves that never had any problems. A month ago, I got some smaller script below the collarbone that healed with some minor blowout. Not the halo or bruise type of blowout, but more the classic type of blowout: little blurred/streaky bits on/behind the lines. 

I'm wondering, does the blowout just happen, then settle and heal in the same way the regular line settles and heals, or does/can the blowout "keep blowing out" over a period of time? I'm essentially asking if I'll need to keep worrying about the blowout getting worse beyond the normal healing window and the normal aging process. 

 

Thanks!

 

 

I have blowout in that same area,

 

and no ! stop worrying,there is nothing you can do about it.

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3 minutes ago, Dan said:

I have blowout in that same area,

 

and no ! stop worrying,there is nothing you can do about it.

Thanks for the reply, Dan! Yeah, I've heard the collarbone can be a tricky spot. So basically the blowout we see now is how it will remain, for the most part? 

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