February 24, 2024

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Transforming Your Worst Tattoo With a Cover Up

Tattoos can be permanent, but your approach or opinion about them might change. Tattoo regret is one of the greatest fears people have about getting tattooed. There are many reasons why a person might not like a tattoo.

Choosing an Artist

These are far more complicated than simply tattooing a piece of flesh with a design. This work requires a lot of planning and ink knowledge. It is vital to find a cover-up artist. Always check their reviews and portfolios. You should not only look at the finished product but also at how it looks after it has healed. If you don’t find an artist who is skilled in covering up tattoos, your tattoo will look terrible. Aliens Tattoo has a long history of covering up tattoos with the success that looks much better.

Design Possibilities

There are some restrictions when it comes to covering up tattoos. The new design must be bigger than the original. Don’t try to fit the coverup into the same space. Artists who have larger designs can be more creative and can execute the work much better.

Ink Blending for Cover-up Tattoos

During tattooing, a minimum of one millimeter is applied to the skin. This means that your original tattoo ink remains in the skin’s lower layers. The new ink does not just settle on top of the old ink as a cover-up. It mixes with the old ink. It is not difficult for those who only want to get black or grey tattoos. However, changing the color will produce a completely different result. Mixing the old and new inks will create a new color.

This post was written by J Michael Taylor. J Michael Taylor is an artist and owner of Black Amethyst Tattoo Gallery. Looking for Tattoo shops in St Petersburg Florida? Black Amethyst has you covered! They provide an art-first approach to custom tattooing in a gallery setting.