Tattoo Mistakes - How To Avoid Them - PDF

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     Tattooing was widespread among Polynesian peoples, and in the Philippines, Borneo, Africa, North America,
     South America, Mesoamerica, Europe, Japan, and China. Despite some taboos surrounding tattooing, the art
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                                              Tattoo Mistakes - How To Avoid Them
                                                            By Gustavo Gomez



   Every day, thousands of tattoo mistakes are made. And while it's possible to make a tattoo fade
using laser removal technology, it's time consuming, costly and painful. So here's how to avoid the
most common mistakes that people make with tattoos.

1) Never Agree To Get A Tattoo When You're In The Wrong State Of Mind

Getting a tattoo when you're in the wrong frame of mind is a shortcut to disaster.

So don't even think about getting tattooed when you're drunk, depressed or under pressure (it's not a
good enough reason just because all your friends are getting one, or have got one). And don't get a
tattoo done on a whim.

You know it's a whim when you find yourself in a tattoo studio and you hadn't even considered getting
a tattoo the night before!

It's good to be spontaneous, but not with something that will last you the rest of your life. So before you
get a tattoo, always ask yourself "Do I want to get this tattoo?"

And keep asking yourself that question every day for a fortnight. And only after you genuinely answer
yes every day, do you go anywhere near a tattoo parlour.

2) Choose The Right Design

Choosing the right design is absolutely vital to the amount of pleasure you get from your tattoo.

Let's face it, if you want a dragon, you won't be happy with a flower design. And if you want a large
tattoo, you won't be happy with a small design.

So don't compromise on what you want. The final choice of tatoo design must be yours and not that of
your friends, partner of tattoo artist. After all, you're the one who'll have to live with it.

It should be a piece of artwork that you absolutely love. And something that you're certain you'll

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continue to love for years into the future.

Another mistake that many people make is believing the they have to select a design offered by their
chosen tattoo studio. If you choose a reputable artist, they'll be able to create a tattoo from any design
that you take along with you.

In fact, this is one of the best ways to get the right tattoo.

Browse the internet where you can find thousands of high quality tattoo designs to choose from. Most
cost less than $20. Take time from the comfort of your own home to decide which design you want.
Take a few days to think about the designs that you like. Then, once you've made up your mind, print
out both the color reference guide and the tattoo stencil and take them to your chosen artist.

This option is much more relaxed, and you're much more likely to select the right design. It certainly
beats picking a design on the spot when you're waiting in the tattoo studio.

3) Cheap Isn't Always Best

Whatever happens, make sure that you select a high quality stencil for your tattoo design.

All high quality tattoo designs consist of two parts, the main tattoo design which includes the color
reference, and a matching stencil of the design.

What many people don't realise, is that the stencil is applied directly to your skin by the tattooist using
a machine caller a "liner".

So don't be tempted to do things on the cheap. Buy a quality tattoo stencil (most cost less than $20).
Trying to create a tattoo from the color reference design or trying to trace a stencil is a shortcut to a
tattoo disaster.

A poor stencil will always lead to a poor tattoo. Traced stencils are not accurate and will translate into a
shaky looking design. Regardless of how good they are, a tattoo artist can only quality work from a
quality stencil.

4) Test Your Tattoo First

Okay, you've found the tattoo design that you want, but you're not sure where to place it and what size
to go for. Do you take a risk?

No. There are millions of people around the world who wish they'd chosen a slightly different tattoo
design, gone slightly bigger, or placed it further to the left etc.

So if you want to avoid adding to these regrets, it's important to test your tattoo before you take the
plunge.

It's now possible to get special tattoo test paper that will allow you to turn your design into a temporary
test tattoo. Just print your chosen design onto the test paper and apply it to your skin.

Then it just a case of living with it for a day to two and forming your own opinion. How does it make you

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feel? Are you happy with the size and the position that you've selected? Does it catch your eyeline
when you're not looking at it? Is it distracting? And then comes the big question; ask yourself, "could I
live with this for the rest of my life?"

Testing your intended tattoo is the only way to confirm whether you've made the right decision.

5) The Tattoo And Aftercare

On the day your tattoo is created, a better overall affect will be achieved if you are well slept (it will help
to keep you relaxed and to sit still) and well fed (an empty stomach can lead to feeling faint). If you are
tense, full of stress or restless, it will take longer and the tattoo won't be as perfect.

Once completed, most tattoos will take up to a month to heal properly. During the first five days, the
area may be uncomfortable, irritated and slightly swollen. Make sure that you keep the area clean
during this time. If possible, wash the area gently with an antibacterial soap four or five times a day.
Gently pat the area dry with a clean cloth or piece of tissue.

It's also suggested that you apply a thin skin of antibiotic ointment after every wash. A good quality
aftercare product will help to reduce scabbing and protect your skin from infections which can cause
scarring and make your tattoo appear blemished. They will also help to reduce irritation and redness
and keep your skin supple.

The second stage of the healing process (weeks 2-4) will have the biggest influence over the look and
lifespan of your tattoo. Taking care of the affected skin during this stage will ensure your tattoo stays
bright and clear for as long as possible.

Just make sure that you use aftercare products that are specifically recommended for use with tattooed
areas, as these won't contain any artificial colors or fragrances which might irritate your skin.

Different artists will recommend different aftercare techniques, but the vast majority agree on three
things.

Number One: Keep your tattoo clean

Number Two: As your tattoo heals, the skin will naturally dry out, so it's vital to keep the area moist.

Number Three: Keep your tattoo away from direct sunlight.

If you want to get a new tattoo, Gustavo Gomez can help. Visit http://www.supertattoodesigns.com to
find out everything you want to know about tattoo designs.




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                              Pre-tattoo Considerations- Find Your Next Tattoo Design
                                                             By Derek Cladek



 Are you planning on getting a tattoo? Congratulations! Tattoos can be an ideal way to showcase a
hobby, show off your love for someone, or just give onlookers a bit of a show! However, you'll need to
make a few pre-tattoo considerations, including:

Where Will Your Tattoo Be?

Make sure you know where you want your tattoo before entering the tattoo parlor. Think it out
carefully, as where you place your tattoo can be just as important as what it looks like.

What Kind of Tattoo Will You Choose?

Are you going to walk into the tattoo shop with an image or idea for tattoo designs? Or are you going
to leave it up to the tattoo artist to make suggestions? Obviously, it'll be easier for him or her if you
have a thought, but most tattoo professionals will gladly help you decide.

Which Tattoo Artist Will You Use?

If this is your first tattoo or you're getting a tattoo in a new town, ask for referrals from people! Check
out others' tattoos and find out where they got them done. That way, you can be assured that you'll be
getting a decent tattoo pro and not a fly-by-night tattooist who hasn't interned properly. Don't just pick
someone out of the Yellow Pages, either. If you can't get references, walk into many tattoo shops and
ask questions. By doing so, you'll find a tattooist that fits the bill.

Are You Planning on Losing Weight?

Finally, remember that your skin will definitely stretch as you gain and lose weight. So if you're
planning on dropping a significant amount of pounds, you may want to wait to get your tattoo,
especially if it will be on skin surrounding fat. Tattoos that droop just don't look polished and may have
to constantly be retouched or removed. So be pragmatic; you can wait a couple more months to have
a terrific tattoo to go along with your new body shape!

Find your next tattoo design on our site by looking through our pictures. We are adding more pictures
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