How long does it take to get a tattoo?

How long does it take to get a tattoo?

This is closely related to the size and complexity of the pattern you choose.

 

Before the manuscript is published, the tattoo artist will give you an experience-based estimated tattoo time according to the tattoo plan you have set. The more accurate estimated time can only be determined after the manuscript is published. Good, then the coloring is also fast and efficient, and the estimated time may be shorter, but if you stay up late and get drunk for a long time, the actual operation time may be longer than the estimated time, so keep enough before tattooing. Sleep, filling your stomach is very important!

 

In addition, if your tattoo is very large and it takes about 10 hours, it is very likely that you need to divide it twice to complete the tattoo, because the effective working time of the tattoo artist is also limited. Working for a long time in a highly concentrated mental state is a It takes a lot of physical, mental and eyesight, so in order to ensure the high quality of the tattoo works, try not to let the tattoo artist work for more than 7 hours at a time.

 

Of course, the tattoo artist will not force the client to complete the tattoo at one time, so there will also be guests who choose to complete the tattoo 2-3 times, which is all possible (if it is a big picture such as a flower arm or a full back, it is inevitable to complete it multiple times. ; in general, graphs within 5 hours can be completed in one go). But there is a drawback, that is, when the first tattoo is completed, the second tattoo must be done before the scab or after the complete recovery. The reason is that if the tattoo is punctured in the scab state, it will cause secondary damage to the tattoo, which will not only increase the pain, but also thicken the scab, which will seriously lead to dizziness, proliferation, and become a failed tattoo.

 

So, if you've already made plans to get a tattoo, make sure you have plenty of time to get it done.

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