1. Can any skin be tattooed?
All healthy, moisturized skin that is not burnt or burned with sunlight can be tattooed.
2. What are the particularities in skin tone color choices?
Darker skin colors, or those that are more exposed to sun and sea aggression, require stronger tints of paint and sharper designs.
3. What areas of the body are harder to tattoo?
Body regions in which there is a greater accumulation of skin, folds, or that are already more sagging require more work when tattooing, since they must be well stretched. For this very reason, the result may be compromised, since the relaxed skin will return to its natural state. Areas where bones are also more exposed tend to require more tattoo time and patience.
4. What care does the skin require before being tattooed?
It needs to be healthy, clean and moisturized.
5. And after tattooing?
Keep the place always clean and covered for clothing until two weeks later. Follow the continued use of sunscreen, avoid sunbathing, scratching or peeling.
6. What is most difficult when it comes to covering another tattoo: the drawing, the color or the
There is no rule. Everything will depend on the choice made previously and the new one that you want to replace it with. Sometimes it's impossible, or it would get even worse.
7. Is it possible to cover signs and scars?
Yes, but as a general rule the procedure is not recommended. Accidental marks in unusual places should not receive a new prop. Scars already attract attention, painted, embossed, can draw even more. The most recommended is to use the tattoo as an escape point so that you look at another region, rather than the scar.
8. Who suffers from keloid can tattoo the skin normally?
Yes, because the ink injection procedure is superficial, of little shallow healing. People who are prone to this problem even get a more embossed-looking tattoo, but over time this tends to decrease.
9. How does the laser removal process take place?
The rays have affinity with dark pigments. That's why colored tattoos are harder to remove and sometimes do not come out completely. The black pigment is eliminated 100%, says the expert.
10. How many sessions are needed?
For black drawings it takes at least 10 sessions and for color, at least 15. Tattoos made of black skin are more difficult to remove, but everything will depend on the coloring and the type of pigment used.