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Tattoo artists already work intense hours in uncomfortable positions trying to create permanent masterpieces, so when customers get difficult, it can be exhausting.
Insider spoke with professional tattoo artists to find out the things that bug them the most, whether that means making the art process more difficult or improperly caring for your tattoo. Tattoo artist Beatrice Kern at Speakeasy Tattoo in Peekskill, New York, told Insider she wishes clients would stop holding their breath while they're getting inked. This is not good!
We need our clients to continue breathing as normal," Kern said. Max Brown of Brown Brothers Tattoo in Chicago, Illinois, wants newbies to know that the tattooing process is not a quick one. Do yourself and your tattoo artist a favor and make sure that you shower before your appointment, especially since your artist will need to work very closely to your body for a long period of time.
It can be challenging to stay still for hours, but it's a small price to pay for something that will be on your body for the rest of your life.
Brown suggests planning your tattoo sessions around your beach trips to avoid issues with the sun, water, and sand. The consensus is that bringing a friend to hold your hand and offer emotional support is fine, but bringing a group of friends takes up too much space and can be distracting to the artist. Your artist will know better than you how the tattoo you want will age over timeso their suggestions are made with that in mind. If they want to make your small tattoo bigger, they think it will age better.
If the lettering is too tiny, it could become unreadable. Pay attention to your artist's instructions, like wearing sunscreen and staying out of pools, as well as how much ointment to use because there is such a thing as overkill.
Yes, alcohol absolutely thins your blood. The excess blood could make it more difficult for your artist to see what they're doing and the possibility of puking is not fun for anyone. Tattooing is a service, so especially if the artist created a custom piece for you, a tip is required when it comes to tattooing. Everyone wins.
If you're in love with an artist's workgo to that artist or use it as inspiration instead of a copy. He added, "Don't ever get something because someone else wanted you to. Do what feels right to you because you're the one who has to live with it.
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Allie Lembo. Tattoo artists hate when clients don't trust the process, schedule something immediately after their appointment, or go to the beach right away. Showing up intoxicated or not listening to your artist's suggestions will make the tattooing process unpleasant. They love the art they create, so they want you to be happy with it. Visit Insider's home for more stories. Don't forget to breathe. Don't make immediate plans after your appointment.
Don't forget to come in clean. Don't fidget. Don't go to the beach with fresh ink. Don't bring a pack of friends with you. Don't try to do too much with one tattoo because it may not age well. Don't apply too much or too little ointment during your aftercare.
Don't get a tattoo when you're drunk. Don't forget to tip your tattoo artist. Don't steal other tattoo artists' property. Don't get something you don't love. Tattoos Evergreen story Ink.Clean tattooed white guy needs fun
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