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That doesn't mean they're any good. I know of two within a few minute's drive from my school but I would never go to them. I've seen locals with poorly done tattoos that probably came from those places (small town). Then again I've also seen a few fantastic ones, so just do your research first.


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to avoid any clashes with yr skin colour i suggest getting your tattoo on yr phantom arm

.....on my what?


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the hell is a phantom arm? as sad is it is I googled it, the closest is "phantom limb" which I dont suffer.


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Is your concern the splotchy red will distract from the tattoo or won't hold the ink well? Scar tissue is the main concern when getting a tattoo which depending on the scar will still retain the ink if done well, mostly anything else will take ink barring the skin is dry or flakey which could cause complication in healing. Otherwise you should be fine.

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distract mostly. my skin color isn't totally solid and although red spots aren't like, red on white, for me they look distracting which is why I'm thinking of getting it done on my inner arm/wrist as it's solid pigment.


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I have my consult on Wednesday finally to finish up my quarter sleeve! Can't wait, going in to get some artwork and stuff changed around a tiny bit and then book my appointments. This should be fantastic.


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I came across this interesting post, and I think this style is so rad. Wonder if Azvareth has any artists that do this type of tattoo. I can see myself getting something like a space/galaxy themes watercolor tattoo later in my life.

 

http://www.buzzfeed.com/lj3313/28-incredible-watercolor-tattoos-and-where-to-get-b2ju


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water color tattoos are gorgeous, but they fade really hard so you have to continually get them re colored

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Does ink poisoning cause nerve damage? Just curious...

 

Ink Poisoning occurs from idiots guzzling writers ink or printer ink. The symptoms you experience with guzzling writers ink is generally vomiting. Printer Ink can cause nervous system damage. Tattoo "ink poisoning" isn't poisoning at all and is generally confused with an allergic reaction to a pigment. For instance I have a friend that has a reaction to specific types of red, so if any of the tattoo he is getting done has red in it the artist will choose the color he wants and just apply a small bit with a q-tip to the skin and see if there is a reaction. If there is, he'll generally mix the color by hand with other pigments.

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Got this cardinal done on my foot on Sunday, was about 4 hours of work. 

 

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An uncle of mine has that problem with shades of red too. Shame since half his tattoos were when he was in the army and they all aggravated early on.


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I saw an ad about how tattoos go bad on old people ?

 

Ooooweeeee!

 

I saw an ad about trolling so hard and being stupid shaves decades off your life.

 

Ooooweeeee!

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i have one tattoo at the moment, wanted to get more, but now the urge has passed and I'm fine with just this one

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