Tattoo Tips – 7 Crucial Steps to Consider First
So you’ve decided to get a tattoo, now all you care about is going to your local tattoo shop and getting this design engraved on your skin. There are many important things to consider before taking the final step towards the tattoo chair.
If, like most people, you’ve decided you want to “get inked”, you want to do it right away to see the result. It is important to remember that quick action can lead to unwanted results. As you have probably heard countless times before, a tattoo will probably stay with you for the rest of your life. The design will be a constant reminder of your diligence in thinking your idea through – or an unfortunate reminder of the spontaneous mistake you made.
So, what kind of things do you need to think and think through before taking that final step?
1. Make sure of your design
I strongly recommend that you create a design that is relevant to you, not just a popular fashion of the time. Fashions fade away and your tattoo will remain. Many people regret getting tattooed with gang names, names of friends, or a person they are with. No matter how much we think our opinions are solid, our views change over time.
How do you get a design that makes sense to you?
One way is to find one. There are many websites all over the Internet that feature artwork by tattoo artists and other artists. Chances are you’ll find a design you like, although it may take some time and patience to find it. Also, while there are some decent free websites that offer tattoo designs, many websites require you to subscribe or pay a small fee to access their services. If it is important that you find the perfect tattoo, it may be worth paying for the design itself.
Another option is to look for the designs in tattoo parlors. Most, if not all, tattoo parlors have many books full of tattoo designs that may interest you. If you go this way, make sure you don’t get one right away. Take some time to think about it when you look at the rest of the steps in this article.
A third way is to draw the design or have a friend draw the design for you. Many tattoo artists will work with you to edit a drawing you have made to make it more appealing, so in most cases, even a sketch will work fine.
2. Know exactly where you want to get the tattoo
Remember that some parts of the body hurt more than others during the tattooing process. If you are sensitive or if it is your first tattoo and you are afraid of pain, get a tattoo in a place that you like and that hurts less.
Tattoos on bony areas of the body hurt more than tattoos on fleshy areas. Tattoos on the ankle, spine, hands, neck, and shoulders can be more painful. Tattoos on areas such as the upper arm, abdomen, thighs, and buttocks hurt less because the needle is not directly on the bone.
3. Take a test drive with your tattoo
Before deciding on the durability of a tattoo, have a henna design of your future tattoo in the area you would like to have. This way you can wear the design as a tattoo for 1-2 weeks and see how it looks on your body. Getting the henna design will also prepare you to sit still during the tattooing process.
4. Get feedback from others
The opinion of your friends and family can be important in the decision-making process. However, it is important to remember that this design will land on your body, so the final decision should be yours and yours alone.
5. Know what to expect when you get a tattoo
Many people say that tattoos are unpleasant but not very painful. Find out what degree and type of pain you can expect when you get a tattoo, and what steps you can take to minimize that pain. For example, many people think that being drunk and/or drinking alcohol before the tattoo will numb the pain. This is a bad idea and can lead to the tattoo artist refusing to work on you. Alcohol thins your blood, making you bleed more, which makes the tattooing process more difficult for the tattoo artist and worse for you. Motrin or other over-the-counter painkillers may help a little and are usually allowed. If you are considering this step, talk to your tattooist before taking any medication.
6. Tattoo label
In addition to knowing how much and what kind of a pain to expect, it’s also important to be up to date on the tattoo label. Yes, there is such a thing, and to make your tattoo experience the best for you and the artist, you should refresh these tips on tattoo etiquette.
Are you a tenderfoot? It is not essential to know the language of the tattoo before getting a tattoo, but it can help you be less confused if you listen to the conversation in the shop during the process.
7. Know your aftercare procedures
After your tattoo is finished, the tattoo artist should give you some instructions on how to care for your tattoo. These instructions are important to ensure that your tattoo does not leave scars or wear out in some parts.
Long-term aftercare is also important to ensure that your tattoo does not fade too much over time and look unattractive. If it fades over the next few years, you can always have it touched up. But why waste money, pain, and time on a tattoo you already have, instead of avoiding it all?
With these simple steps, you will be more satisfied with your tattoo and feel more comfortable with the whole tattoo process. Spending a little time thinking about your decision will save you time, pain, and possible embarrassment later on.
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