Princess Sparkle Mittens

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  1. Put on lotion, then take a tissue and dab off the excess.
  2. I've heard a lot of people say that inks have improved a lot in the last few decades, so why not?
  3. There will likely be improvements in inks that make them less likely to migrate or fade.
  4. Yeah, I wouldn't recommend newbies start with a full back piece. But the arms and legs aren't that bad, except for ditches and joints.
  5. I hear this too, but tattoos really aren't that painful. Sure, they hurt, and some spots hurt more than others, but it's not unbearable. Especially since you can break larger pieces up into shorter sessions. Tattoo pain is way overhyped.
  6. There's nothing to fix on that tattoo. It's still healing. Tattoos look weird when they are healing. A lot of people say to give it 6 weeks to heal and then judge, but I'd given it longer, at least three months. It shouldn't be shiny or bumpy then. Secondly, a tattoo is not a sticker. No tattoo is perfect. Tattoos do not heal exactly the way they looked when they were first done. Skin is a living canvas and that means lines often spread or color migrates. It would be ridiculous to go back to your artist to get that "fixed." If you can't live with minor imperfections, then tattoos aren't for you.
  7. Yeah, definitely a scratcher.
  8. I had that happen on one of my tattoos and it actually healed well and didn't need touchups.
  9. It's awful. I would try to get it lasered.
  10. That is honestly a terrible thing to have happen to you. I don't think there's much you can do now. As everyone is saying, it has to heal. But it looks like you have a good artist and you've been to him several times, so you must have trusted him. I would trust him to fix it once it's fully healed.
  11. This. I would call or email your artist ASAP and then schedule a doctor's appointment, because what you're describing sounds unusual and really really unpleasant.
  12. Here's a healed pic of the tattoo that was removed using this method that was posted above. https://www.instagram.com/p/BykrBJMnMZD/
  13. It's gross to rub lotion made from sheep gunk into open wounds. Get a basic unscented vegan lotion.