What to look for when picking a tattoo or tattoo styles

First things first you need to find out what you like, styles of tattoos is important and using the right language when talking to an artist can make or break your tattoo. When I say make or break I mean for you personally it might be a great tattoo but if its not what you wanted its not great! It truly is all about the client and giving you what you want within reason, some clients can ruin a good tattoo by not listening to an artist.

Styles go anywhere from very simple to very detailed, make no mistake when I say simple there is no such thing a simple tattoo. But here are some things to consider and try to stay away from.

How to take care of a tattoo

The after care for a tattoo is more simple than one might think, it can be painful if your doing it right at least for the first few days.

The object here is to not let your tattoo scab up, the only way to do that is to keep it clean and moist. Your question is how do I do that.

Well first of all you want to not let any blood, plasma, lotion or anything else that might be on the tattoo build up and you for sure don't want that stuff to dry on your tattoo! A tattoo will leak and have some build up for the first 12 to 24 hours and if it goes on longer than that then that is your first sign that something is wrong!