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Does my tattoo need a touch up or just more time to heal?

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I got this tattoo in September and the outlines are darker than the shading inside and it looks like it's starting to already fade. Do I need a touch up or is this normal?

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Note: before anyone says the right top part of the cross is crooked, it's just the angle I took the picture at. It's right on the curve of my shoulder so the perspective makes it look off

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