So nobody particularly enjoys the site of their own blood, but sometimes it cannot be helped - and the process of tattooing is one of these times unfortunately - bleeding tattoos cannot be helped. It is also true that some tattoos can bleed much more that others.
Read on to discover the truths of tattoo bleeding and what to do if you bleed more than the average person while getting inked.
Have you ever seen a tattoo where the lines are blurry or where there are various colors of ink which have unintentionally bled into each other making the area look like a blotchy mess? Tattoo Blowout doesn’t look very nice and can potentially spoil the look of a whole tattoo if you’re really unlucky.
Whilst all tattoos bleed at least a small amount when being created, the amount of blood that is normally produced during the tattooing process is no cause for concern and doesn’t negatively affect the outcome of the tattoo in any way. However, taking blood thinners or aspirin before getting your tattoo can cause some potential problems.
Many people aren’t aware about the dangers of tattoo bubbling or what causes it - but it can really damage your tattoo if it isn’t fixed quickly.
After getting a brand new tattoo, you will need all of the sleep that you can get in order for your body to have the best chance possible at healing itself quickly and effectively. However, sleeping with a new tattoo can be both painful and uncomfortable - not to mention worrisome as nobody wants to accidentally damage their new ink during the night.
Keep reading for AuthorityTattoo’s top tips for a better night's sleep with a new tattoo:
Getting a new tattoo can be an exciting experience, but it can also be quite worrying if you’re not sure what is normal and what is not during the healing process.
Redness around a tattoo is something that many people get concerned about as they’re not sure whether their redness is normal or whether it's the sign of a potentially serious problem.
Getting a new tattoo is normally an extremely exciting time, but it isn’t always without its concerns. Any problems that arise when the tattoo is supposed to be healing can be very worrisome - and one of the problems that can occur is getting a rash on a new tattoo.
After getting a tattoo, the area around the new ink goes through many changes and processes as it begins to try and heal itself after the trauma caused by the tattooing needles. Tattoo bruising is one of the many processes that can occur during these bodily changes.
A bruised tattoo can cause worry amongst people who weren't expecting it to happen to their new tattoo, but this article sets out to alleviate some of those concerns.
During the initial healing stages, all tattoos will scab over within 5-10 days, and this is completely natural. However, tattoo cracking is something you should definitely try to prevent - and this article is going to help you to achieve this.
After getting a tattoo, the area around the new ink goes through lots of changes as it begins to heal itself after the damage caused by the needles during the tattooing process. Tattoo swelling is one of the side-effects that may occur as the wound and the area around it being to heal.
A swollen tattoo can cause worry amongst unsuspecting people who didn’t know that this may happen to their new ink, but this article will hopefully help to extinguish some of those fears.