As a woman who loves getting tattoos, and is thinking of getting more, this is something to really look into before having ink permanently pressed into my skin. Do not rush into getting your tattoo. Promise me, it is worth it, in the end, to have these conversations with your artist, prior to sitting down for the actual art.
Ask about the sterilization of the instruments.
Pay close attention to your artist as he preps the materials he needs to do your work.
Is he opening a new package of needles?
Are his hands clean looking?
Ask him if the ink in his store has ever been known to have trouble.
Check into customer feedback.
Take the time to think about the future, while getting your tattoo. Don’t be too busy living for today.
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