Knowledges of tattoo
1. Dose it hurt while tattooing?
A£ºThe pain of tattoos is definitely there, but it is a pain that can be tolerated, except for the sensitivity of individual parts, such as underarms, throat, and abdomen (above the navel).
2. Can the tattoo area touch the water after the tattoo?
A: After a few hours of tattooing, you can rinse with water. During the tattooing process, some skin tissue fluid and a small amount of blood in the capillaries appear, and bacteria and dust in the air adhere to the epidermis. When the tattoo is completed, the tissue fluid on the skin will solidify, and it is easy to stick the bacteria and dust in the tattoo process to the skin. If it is not rinsed off, it is quite harmful to the recovery of the tattoo. Therefore, after the tattoo, let the skin naturally recover for a few hours, wash the tissue fluid and a little blood with warm water and absorb excess water on the skin to let the skin breathe naturally, which will make the tattoo recover quickly.
3. Why do some tattoos appear to swell after recovery?
A: First, this is because some tattoo artists do not have the correct operation technique when they are tattooing, which causes skin damage and skin tissue hyperplasia. Such a tattoo usually looks like it has a raised pattern outline, but the color is very light. The second reason is that the tattoo artist pierces the skin too deeply when the tattoo is tattooed, and injects too much color to the skin. During the recovery process, the skin cannot completely absorb the color material, causing a part of the color material to accumulate under the skin, forming a The protrusion of the tattoo, because the color material can not be completely absorbed under the skin, the tattoo will spread slowly under the skin after a period of time, causing the pattern to be blurred. An excellent tattoo should be basically non-protruding.
4. Does the tattoo need to be complementary after a period of time?
A: The key to this problem lies in the technical ability of the tattoo artist. An excellent tattoo does not require complementary color. As long as the tattoo artist's technical ability is mature, the color material is accurately injected into the stable layer of the skin. A layer of skin is not easily metabolized.) Tattoos are permanent after recovery, and fading does not occur even after several decades.
5. Will the color tattoo fade?
A: The color tattoo is actually the same as the black and white type tattoo. It is also the special color material for the tattoo. As long as the technical ability of the tattoo artist is mature, the color tattoo will not fade.
6. Why do the monochrome stereo type tattoos seen on the photos of some tattoos look brownish red?
A: This is because the stereotype black and white tattoo is just when it is done, the shallower part will reveal the natural skin red color formed by the needle stimulation, so the whole picture looks red, but it is all recovered. The reddish part seen before is gray or light gray.
7. Why do some black and white tattoos look blue or green?
A: This is usually caused by two reasons. One is because the skin itself is not completely white, and it will be yellowish or reddish, so that the recovered color is covered under the skin and the black tattoo is seen by the eyes. It is a totem type) that is affected by the background color of the skin and forms a color deviation.
The second is because the tattoo artist penetrates the skin too deeply during the tattooing process, and the color combination of the coloring material and a part of the capillaries causes the color to appear bluish or greenish.
8. After the tattoo is about 1-2 weeks, the color is lighter. Is the tattoo faded?
A: No, this is because the skin is undergoing a process of peeling and restoring. During this process, the skin of the tattoo will appear white and dandruff. The color of the tattoo will be affected by white small dander. It looks very shallow. In fact, the coloring material is being absorbed by the skin under this layer of white dandruff. When the white skin gradually fades out, the color of the tattoo will gradually be restored.
9. What if the tattoo will itch during the recovery period?
A: You can apply some products such as mint cream or cool oil to relieve itching and make the skin not feel tight.