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I really need a help for my new tattoo :(

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Hey guys,

I really have a question about my second new tattoo, it's two weeks old, I have no idea what this situation is.

I have attached some photos, It seems like a part of my tattoo's line is missing and faded which I circled in the photo? Or it is just still healing.😭😭😭😭

Frankly looking forward to getting some advices❤❤

Thanks a lot :)

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Could be a tiny blowout too. Totally fixable though. Sstu is right - you’ve got weeks of healing left before knowing what you have


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24 minutes ago, cmk1987 said:

Could be a tiny blowout too. Totally fixable though. Sstu is right - you’ve got weeks of healing left before knowing what you have


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Okay, I am prepared for the blowout😂 If finally it is a blowout I will find my tattoo artist and touch up 😉   Thank u all the same~~

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On 1/13/2021 at 12:30 AM, cmk1987 said:

Could be a tiny blowout too. Totally fixable though. Sstu is right - you’ve got weeks of healing left before knowing what you have


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You can't "fix" blowouts. It will look worse. Just let it heal.

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You can't "fix" blowouts. It will look worse. Just let it heal.

Uhhh yeah you sure can. Sounds like you need a better or more creative artist lol


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1 hour ago, cmk1987 said:


Uhhh yeah you sure can. Sounds like you need a better or more creative artist lol


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No, you can't. A blow-out is when ink spreads under the skin. You can't "fix" that.

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On 1/14/2021 at 10:54 AM, cmk1987 said:


Uhhh yeah you sure can. Sounds like you need a better or more creative artist lol


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Hahahaha. You have no idea what you are talking about. They can be covered. They cannot be "fixed." 🤣

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On 1/15/2021 at 11:03 AM, SStu said:

Well, with respect to semantics - you can HIDE a blowout, but you can't remove it. If the design allows for it, a blowout can be covered with shading, or coloring, etc. 

Yup. I took "fix" as meaning "remove" or go over it again with thicker lines or whatever. I have one that was covered up in my left sleeve with filler. (The filler was always planned anyway.)

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