3 Awesome Tips For Getting a Great Tattoo

If you are going to get a tattoo, you want to get the absolute best tattoo drawing possible because you most likely are going to have it the rest of your life. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to ensure that you get the tattoo that will be worth having the rest of your life.

The primary information you need to do is your homework. You need to investigate your local tattoo parlours and meet with various tattoo artists. Take a look a their portfolio and see if their tattoo drawings are in line with your vision. Explain to them your ideas and ask them to come up with a design on paper. This way, you can layout the concepts from several artists and decide which is the best.

Speaking of tattoo drawings if you want ideas, you have a ton of access with the advent of the internet and Google. You can search and find any tattoo design imaginable. If you want your own, you can take several tattoo designs and combine the aspects you like of each into your own. That’s why it is a good idea to work with prospective artists to have them come up with a design around your image.

Tattoos hurt there is no getting around this, and some might be inclined to get into the chair after having a few doses of “liquid courage”, but this is a bad idea. Alcohol thins the blood and will make the process messy for the artist. The end result will most likely be something that doesn’t look like what you imagined. So its best just to grin and bear it as the pain will only be temporary and will subside.

Finally, another essential consideration is are for your tattoo drawing. You will most likely leave with a bandage over your tattoo and its necessary to keep this on. The dressing will protect the area from bacteria which could cause an infection and ruin the work. Sometimes tattoo artists cover the tattoo with saran wrap. This isn’t always the best option as it doesn’t allow the area to breathe, and this won’t aid the healing process. You will want to wash the tattoo with warm water and and antibacterial soap. After cleaning use an anti-bacterial ointment to help the area heal but don’t use Neosporin as some may have an allergic reaction with the end result being the loss of ink in regions of the tattoo making it look blotchy.

If you follow these steps, you should end up with a great tattoo representative of yourself and your personality if you are like many others this won’t be your last tattoo drawing each as several get the tattoo bug after the first!

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