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monaliza
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When you finally decide to get a tattoo, the first thing you’ll need to do is find a reputable tattoo artist. Most tattoo artists have several designs that you can pick from. If you don’t find anything you like, you can always ask him to make a custom tattoo. You should always be careful in what you choose, as you’ll have the tattoo for the rest of your life. The design is very important, although not nearly as important as taking care of it.

Good tattoo artists will also clean and apply antiseptic ointment to your tattoo as they create it. Expert artists know that this helps keep the tattoo healthy. Once the tattoo is finished, the artists will wipe it down, clean it off good, and apply another coat of antiseptic ointment. Once the ointment has been applied, he will put a piece of soft tissue or cellophane over the tattoo.

Once the tattoo is finished, the artists should tell you how to take care of your new tattoo. Some of the better artists will talk to you and give you a detailed sheet with all of the information you need. If you went to a tattoo artist who didn’t explain this to you, you may be wondering just what you should do. Taking care of a tattoo isn’t hard – as long as you know what you can and can’t do.

Caring for your new tattoo

#96970
KnightHawk
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    @knighthawk

Thank you Captain Copy/Paste. I have no idea what us in this tattoo community would do without your blatantly obvious information.

Love. Peace. Metallica.

#96986
board_riider
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    @board_riider
KnightHawk;79056 wrote:
Thank you Captain Copy/Paste. I have no idea what us in this tattoo community would do without your blatantly obvious information.

Love. Peace. Metallica.

Lol. Well put.


Most people hang art—I prefer to wear it.
#96994
xxTOPDOGxx
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    @xxtopdogxx

Your post doesn’t even give any info on Tattoo aftercare. It says, ask your artist how to care for your ink.
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