We will ask that you continue to keep the treated area moisturized, ideally with Aquaphor (which we will provide for you). Do not pick peel or scratch the treatment area. Let the area heal on its own. Bandaging is not required after the initial day post treatment.Cover the treated area with a thick bandage covering if you are planning on being in the sun. We ask that you refrain from hot tubs, swimming pools, dips in the ocean or water sports until the skin’s surface has completed healed and sealed up again-meaning there should be no openings in the area targeted.If you are unsure of what this exactly means, feel free to come in and show us your treated area, or even email or text us a photo to get medical guidance on how to properly take care of your skin.
Do some research on your artist. This is important since you will be entrusting your body to this person for several hours. Pick the right artist for you at least one week before the procedure. If possible, look at their portfolio first before confirming if this artist is the right one for you. See if you like their work, or if their design fits the type of look that you want for your future tattoo. Sometimes, their work is displayed on the Internet (on social media sites like Instagram), or on the window of their shop. Browse through reviews of the artists and the parlor itself online, since this can ultimately determine if you want to hire this artist to do your tattoo.
If getting a geometry tattoo is what you really want, then make sure you have a talented tattoo artist. It’s not your every day tattoo and there’s a certain degree of perfection that is needed to complete a geometric tattoo because it is put together using lines and dots. If there is even the smallest deviation to the element of lines and dots the whole design could be affected and that’s not what you want when it’s permanent. When it comes to a geometry tattoo you want it to look perfect so be sure about not only the artist but the design you choose as well.
“I have been going to Eraser Clinic to remove a large black and red tribal tattoo from my arm. The staff are all really nice and professional and they are precise with their work. My tattoo has been very fading nicely and evenly with every visit and no issues at all with skin texture or pigmentation changes. I have recommended them to several of my friends looking for tattoo removal in Dallas and I am glad I found this place.”
Geometrical tattoos need a great deal of perfection and expertise on the behalf of the tattoo artist as these are framed using dots and lines and even a slight deviation in any of the elements can distort the design. For those looking for perfection in symmetry of the tattoo, it is essential to be sure about the design as well as the artist before having it inked, while those who are more relaxed about it can simply go for such a tattoo for sheer happiness and fun. The tattoo’s look also depends upon the thickness and size of the lines and dots. Those who look for something bold can go for vibrant colors in geometric art while people looking for a unique effect can choose 3D designs. In addition to dot work geometric art designs, sacred geometrical tattoos are also in vogue. Such designs have perfectly symmetrical patters and make use of common geometrical shapes such as circles, squares and triangles to create some absolutely amazing designs, such as the Gordian knot and flower of life designs.
Alternatively, you may have had a bad reaction to the tattoo and want it taken off. In this case, says Dr. Bard, "the worst thing you can do is laser tattoo removal. [Laser removal will] to break up the pigment and bring it into the lymph nodes, which will cause a systemic reaction everywhere.” A systemic reaction puts a patient at risk for anaphylaxis, which is life threatening. Alternative removal methods for people with allergies include surgically cutting the tattoo out or removing it with an abrasive laser, which removes the top layer of skin.
A recent study in the US surprising revealed that whilst 85% of people think that males are more likely to have tattoos, on the contrary, 59% of the tattooed population is made up of females. We now live in an age where tattoos are common place and it’s not longer considered a faux pas for a female to have tattoos showing. Tattoos are a great way of expressing yourself through body art and we have compiled 125 of our favourite tattoo ideas for girls.