Tattoos are controversial, that’s just a fact of the matter. There is no escaping the fact that they’re controversial. If you’re one to break boundaries, getting a tattoo should come naturally to you. If you really want one but need a bit of convincing to push you over that edge, this article is for you.
Why might the very thought of a tattoo cause anxiety in some? For one, tattooing deals largely with needles and permanency, both worrisome topics. There are countless reasons why tattoos may cause anxiety. In this article, we are going to explore these possible causes of anxiety and find solutions to minimize the tattooing anxiety.
Blood is scary. It may be nerve racking to see your new tattoo weeping blood and ink. The first thing you need to do is to take a deep breath. This situation must be addressed calmly. Chances are, you have nothing to worry about as bleeding is part of the healing process. However, there are certain circumstances in which bleeding is a bad sign.
As a distance runner myself, I understand why someone would want to commemorate distance running with a tattoo. Many distance runners see it as a way of life. Perhaps it’s due to the runners high, or maybe the activity is just seriously fun. Running is my number one hobby and the activity that I spend a majority of my time doing.
Tattoo wrapping may seem like a complex process, but it is rather simple. However, if it is done wrong, there are some very serious problems which may arise. Bacteria buildups and skin infections can be caused by a wrap done incorrectly. If you just got a tattoo wrapped, it is important that you know how long to keep it on for!
It’s no secret; the sun is your tattoos worst enemy. If this was an action movie, your tattoo would be the main character and the sun would be its arch nemesis. The sun is constantly trying to find ways to get to and damage your tattoo. This doesn’t mean that you should avoid the sun altogether! Tan skin can be very appealing to some! Tan skin can even make your tattoos ‘pop’ more.