Why am i so cold after getting a tattoo
Okay okay before and after piics, also im a beginner artist.
those bruises are what we call blowouts. not wrapping the tattoo wouldn’t cause that. it also appears that you over worked it a lot and that you went too deep.
sometimes you can get lucky and after it heals it can be barely noticable. but this one is going to need fixing.
and while that tattoo is healing globbing on that a&d or vasoline isn’t helping it . i would tell him to stop using it and switch to only applying small amounts of cocoa butter lotion.
blowouts are normally cause by either going way too deep or by holding your machine at too much of a angle, or by simply "pooling" the ink by staying in one spot too long or moving way too slow. these are common rookie mistakes,just need to tightin up a bit.
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