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  1. 5 points
  2. I really don't think anyone was purposely being rude to you. I think they were taking time out of their personal lives and applying their knowledge of tattoos to try to help you. If you stick around awhile you'll see that the same question gets asked time after time and it's difficult not to occasionally get frustrated by people's impatience.
    4 points
  3. VRH916

    Hi im new here

    Im just another tattoo lover. I stumbled upon last sparrow tattoo today and thought id join.
    2 points
  4. Hogrider

    Hi im new here

    Nice work!
    1 point
  5. SStu

    Hi im new here

    Welcome, and yes - this^
    1 point
  6. Are these areas blow outs or normal healing? you can't tell any F***ing thing in a week ! it's just healing Just the last two letters look blown out to me? You have to let it heal before you can accurately judge a tattoo. Just worried me cos none of my others have looked blown out while healing Let it heal. Breathe! Can a tattoo look blown out while healing? Listen, EVERYONE is telling you to calm down and let it heal. I don't think there's any need to be rude. I was simply asking advice about whether it is a blow out or not.
    1 point
  7. I've never seen a tattoo that looked blown out and then later looked normal, but maybe someone else has. Listen, EVERYONE is telling you to calm down and let it heal. AFTER it heals, in 6-8 weeks, you'll know what it will look like. Here's the thing - You can't fix blow-outs, so it doesn't really matter if it's blown out or not. No, they are NOT normal, but they do happen. It's not always the artist's fault, they tend to happen more on thin, delicate skin. Tattoos are not perfect. I've never seen a tattoo that you couldn't find something wrong with if you looked hard enough. If perfe
    1 point
  8. Hogrider

    Help

    Hard to quantify. You just want to use the minimum to keep the skin from drying out. No more than twice a day.
    1 point
  9. dustybitch

    Help

    Bluebullets, there are multiple threads on this board about this and you didn't know it was a thing? How about doing some research before "permanently scarring" yourself? I'd expect more knowledge from a 6 year poster with a half sleeve tattoo 7 years deep or whatnot. 🙂 Yes, I'm stalking your posts since you're coming off as the resident know it all.
    1 point
  10. Hogrider

    Help

    Well, let me say that I'm not a doctor and don't have ANY medical training, so take whatever I say with a grain of salt. If you are worried I'd see a doctor. That looks kind of like what happens when you moisturize too much, so if it were me, I'd try wiping it with alcohol a few times a day to try to dry it out for a few days. But again, I'm not a doctor and I don't play one on TV, so take it for what it's worth.
    1 point
  11. Dan

    RIP Bill Salmon :(

    http://diamondclubtattoo.com/artists/bill-salmon/ another legend gone 😞
    0 points


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