Tattoos last a lifetime so you need to be careful when you’re done with them.
Get plenty of water It is important to keep hydrated throughout the process. You should also drink lots of water before you start. It is always good to stay hydrated, but this time it will help you live longer and heal faster.
Keep your skin moisturized
Although you shouldn’t apply moisturizer immediately before your tattoo, it is a good idea. It also improves ink adhesion, according to what I have read.
You can shave the area!
This is why I used an exclamation point. I arrived looking as if I was a hairy beast and it took me two razors to remove the hair. It also took a lot of time and slowed down my tattoo process. You should be careful not to cut your own hair, as it could result in the cancellation of your appointment.
The night before, sleep well
Don’t be a jerk and go to a concert or drink the night before. Take my advice and sleep well the night before. You’ll feel less twitchy, and your lines will be cleaner (and straighter) if you are well-rested. lines.
Take Good Care of Yourself
Before your appointment, eat a hearty meal. You will need energy, especially if your instinct is to get tense during the painful parts.
Choose the right clothing
Wear a T-shirt you don’t mind getting stained if you get a full or sleeve. Although it may not happen, ink from the stencil could end up on your shirt. If you need to roll it up for the shoulder portion of the tattoo, it could get very stretched. It is best to wear a muscle shirt and bring a sweater or other overcoat for the session.
Enjoy something to keep you entertained
My case was a conversation with my tattoo artist. Others prefer to be focused and bring their entertainment. We are all blessed with mobile phones these days. Bring your phone along with a charger and some Netflix or other entertainment to keep you busy during the session.
This post was written by J Michael Taylor. J Michael Taylor is an artist and owner of Black Amethyst Tattoo Gallery. Black Amethyst is the best amongst St Pete tattoo shops shops. They provide an art-first approach to custom tattooing in a gallery setting.