Brandon56001

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I got a tattoo about a year ago and ever since it healed it's been really shiny compared to my other one on my hand which looks matte into my skin. Just wondering if anyone had anything like this? Asked my artist saidbhed never seen it before (which was loads of help) to me my skin looks bunched up or like its coverd in a thin layer of glue any help would be appreciated cheers. Tried to upload a picture wouldn't let me though.

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I'm the opposite. I've just had a tattoo done on my ring finger as my wedding ring dosent fit anymore. I had it done on the 10th of Jan, it's now the 15th, it scabbed up as normal. But now the scabs come off, it looks really odd. I've had tattoos and none habe looked like this. 

Is it normal? 

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