Eijin

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  1. Looking through internet and running around pictures of tattooed people that had theirs 70% body's area tattooed I have noticed that people often choose to have smaller tattoos rather than large ones.Which started to made me wonder why often people choose to have quantity instead of size. In my personal opinion one larger images are more readable while smaller tends to merge one into another. I still think it looks cool and I know that this everyone's personal taste and decision but makes me wonder why majority opts for smaller tattoos. What are yours preferences?
  2. I just like to discuss with people i did not take any offence. Well i have received an answer from my artist he said that a scar may maintain for a longer time especially if the tattoo was soon exposed to sun(which wasn't) or if you soon get yourself drunk(which I did) Well similar to my first tattoo which also been made by the end of my holiday abroad I have been drinking quiet a bit but not 24hr before or after tattoo and there are no raised outlines. On the other hand I do not expect from almost any artist to say" damn I messed up I have put needle too deep sorry dude" but as long as they are just scars well no drama.
  3. Alright if you explain me what one have to do with another then I could appreciate. No offence taken but if you are not religious and you just like gothic style then getting a satan tattoo is just as same as getting spider-man or zeus or any other. On the other hand bumps may or may not be related to health issues. Thought that people that are getting tattoos are usually open minded 😉 Just like I stated above if these are only scars then I'm not worried.
  4. Well I have just messaged my artist to see what he could say. I just thought that there are occasional events of bad work or certain sensitive body areas. Hence I asked on forum before considering an appointment. Thanks.
  5. Could this be a cause of too fast and-I don't know-"strong" use of needle? If this is just a scar then well it does not bother me too much I was only thinking about potential health complications. It may sound funny but if you don't know what they are then it leaves you with concerns.
  6. Hi I have had a tattoo done in august couple months later I could still feel bumps when I touched some of the lines. I did a research and found that it may take longer on different parts pf body to fully heal. But today six months later I'm a little bit concerned. I can still feel the lines around the pentagram,horns and eyes but not where nose s or that hair is. I tried to google out about it but mixed information comes out like allergy I couldn't find a proper answer. I think it's been healing normally there wasn't any swelling or even itching. Skin is not swollen just if I go through with finger on particular lines I can feel them unlike on other tattoos I have. Not sure if I should let my artist know. Thanks for any suggestion.
  7. I have been checking some review and got this "Numb 520 isn’t recommended for long sessions where you’ll need multiple reapplications every hour or so" I thought you may as well apply first layer later.... I have had a tattoo done on biceps and chest no relief from pain was needed(I'm not saying it didn't hurt as hell) but on my belly I just couldn't. I have read a bit how to help yourself,keep hydrated,get proper sleep,don't drink alko for 24hr,eat sweetes. Ibuprofen and aspirin thins your blood but paracetamol they say is safe to take is that true? The biggest problem is that my tattoo is done abroad during a holiday where I go only twice a year so not enduring a whole session is a big loss of time that's why I'm trying to get some advice how to help with the pain. Thanks.
  8. I would consult a particular one before an appointment not just bring any and besides one of my previous artists mentioned about numbing cream to use to ease the pain but never had one in studio so not only you avoid to give an advise but it's not exactly right what you are saying at least from my own experience. It starts to be funny really why is it so hard to answer so simply question and instead get trolled you could just answer instead of writing this^ ,okay sorry I asked.
  9. If you don't want to help then don't bother posting answers like this I have only asked a question. Why do you ask me this?
  10. I did a little bit of research but instead of digging through hundreds of topics about creams I just thought I ask straight about applying in middle of tattooing....
  11. Hi I have a question about numbing creams last time I have had a first session on my whole belly I just couldn't withstand the pain I did not manage the whole session so I did a little bit of research how to help myself and found some info about the creams. The concern is that they last only about a hour which is not what I want for a whole session and those based on water are not recommended to reapply during long sessions. I still have about a full session to get mine finish so I really need an advice.Can you apply first layer in middle of the session? I'm thinking to start without anything and after couple of hours of tattooing when the pain is unbearable to apply a cream on areas that has been just tattooed and still needs to be finished. Can someone recommend tried good creams. Many thanks.
  12. Hi everyone I have a quick question Is it to use a firming lotion on a healed tattoo. In particular I'm looking at palmer's coconut oil firming lotion what should I avoid while using something to moisturize my tattooed skin, what about this one here Water (Aqua), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut), Polyimide-l, Sodium Polyacrylate, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Fucus Vesiculosus Extract, Tocopherol, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Gardenia Tahitensis Flower Extract, Caffeine, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Rahnella/Soy Protein Ferment,Palmitoyl Tripeptide-l, Palmitoyl Hexapeptide-12, Polysorbate-20, GlycerylAcrylate/Acrylic Acid Copolymer, GlycerinButylene Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Potassimu Sorbate, Trisodium EDTA, Sodium Metabisulfite, Sodium Sulfite, Fragrance (Parfum), Coumarin. thanks.
  13. How would you extend it downward? Got any idea? I'm planning on joining them two.
  14. Do you think that putting colours like flames around the horns and top head is a good idea to join them two first one is so much black. It's the best idea I could come up with to "save " this design .
  15. Some time ago I have posted a tattoo that the guy screwed up. The tattoo is going to be "repaired" guy said that he needs a full session to make it look good. Meanwhile he is doing me this to join both tattoos together there will also be colours like orange eyes and pentagram and flames around the horns. But I couldn't last the whole session so he only finished the contours it was painful much more than the chest. The only place I had a bit of relief was the middle of my belly. So here is the question is Tylenol ok to use before the session. And could you give me any personal opinion what do you think about this idea of tattoo. Is it going to work I mean the top tattoo is kind of more realistic style and what is going to make on my belly is not going to be so much realistic. Personally I really like his style and the idea to put a bit of life to the top tattoo with colours but would to hear some honest opinions. Thanks. Pawel.