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  1. ALRIGHT Thanks guys😂😂😂😂😂👌
  2. How long would you guys say is excessive?😬 Hope 5 mins isn’t too long. My campus isn’t really that big but this August heat is hot af.
  3. I know excessive sun exposure to a new tattoo is bad, but I am starting class tomorrow and we have an open campus so I'll be walking around in direct sunlight with some shade from trees. It's hot af where I live; around 90s, so would wearing shorts with a new leg sleeve tattoo be a bad idea. I tried denim, but my tattoo didn't react well with it and wearing sweatpants in August seems like a bad idea, because I wouldn't want to excessively sweat were my new tattoo is. I just got my tattoo on friday. Would a little bit of sun exposure be okay, just walking from class to class, since it wouldn't be a super long period of time in the sun? About 5-8 mins from class to class. Thanks😬
  4. I used the personal roll, guess just gotta cut it to the shape of my leg. Also so wanted to ask what would be good to wear to keep tattoo out of sun while healing. Would sweatpants be a good option?
  5. Any suggestion of how to put in on a leg sleeve, wrapped all the way around from below the knee to above the ankle
  6. Thanks for replying:) I thought pulling it off of a fresh tattoo would ruin the ink somehow. Tried to put it on my leg sleeve, but the shape of the leg is kinda awkward
  7. I tried to put saniderm on my new leg sleeve, but the size I cut was wrong and I peeled it off. Would this have ruined my ink; pull out ink? Parts of it were already attached to the tattoo, but since the siZe was wrong, I peeled it off right after trying to apply it. I am actually really worried would it affect the healing
  8. Thanks for the response guys! Also will I most likely be limping a lot the next day or nah? and what type of material should I wear and not wear if I do wear pants (cotton, etc...)
  9. I'm getting my leg (above the ankle to below the knee) tattooed in a couple weeks, and I would have to travel about 2 hours from home to get to the shop. I was just wondering if I would be able to drive after getting the tattoo. Its going to be on my right leg and artist said it would take about 8 hours if we did one session but 4-5 hours if we did two back to back sessions. I've done a 10 hour session straight and felt fine after, just a little tired as a reference. And would I be able to go back to work (desk job) the day after? Thanks! This is what it would look like. Polynesian tattoo.
  10. Do you guys think it would look alright if I got different styles of Polynesian tattoos from different artists or would it mess with the flow? Or should I stick to one style and one artist for this specific type of tattoo? (My tattoo)
  11. @mistercleantat2 at Suite Dreamz Tattoo Studio on Oahu🤙🤙 Mahalo nui loa!
  12. Just wanted some opinions on my Poly pieces. Outer arm, back, trap and shoulder pieces are healed, chest and inner arm was done about a month ago. Need touchups? MAHALO bruddahs🤙
  13. Sup guys. What is your opinion on having different tattoo styles on separate body parts. I currently have a Polynesian (Hawaiian, Samoan, Tongan) tattoo and I've been wanting to get Asian style tattoos too. I have a Poly half sleeve and chest piece on my left arm and chest and I have a Poly leg sleeve on my right leg. I was wondering if I get an Asian dragon on my right arm as a half sleeve and and a Koi fish on my left calf, both in black and gray, would that go well with my Poly pieces. I wanted my theme to be Poly and Asian black and gray, but I wasn't sure if the two different styles would complement each other or if it would look off. What do you guys think about having these two different styles on different body parts. Aesthetically would it look good? or would the two styles interfere with each other.