If an idea to get wrist tattoos crosses your mind, what’s the first thing you would ask yourself or someone that already has a tattoo?
Several things got your attention, but I know you won’t ask the most crucial things.
Whenever I decide to do something, I always want to see the both sides of the story. Like when my kids start fighting. I always ask my son and my daughter separately to see their stories.
Both of them can’t be right, right?
When getting wrist tattoos crosses your mind, you always want to find particular ideas what to do and symbolize a unique thing in your life.
You focus on the good stuff, and if something happens after that, you are pointing fingers blaming the tattoo artists.
What I’m saying here is that you need to pay attention to the risks you are taking while you are getting inked.
The risks don’t mean that you need to quit your desire about it. We don’t want that to happen.
It just means that you need to open your eyes and see if you are eligible to go over the risks you are exposed to with getting the tattoo, and the obligation you have after the art is done.
Let’s see the risks you are facing with getting a tattoo.
You have to understand that you need to prepare yourself before you are going to get your wrist tattoos.
I don’t mean that you need to prepare mentally or physically. The preparation needs to include asking questions and visiting your doctor to see whether you can get an allergic reaction to something like this.
Tattooing comes with a risk of blood-borne diseases like Hepatitis A, Hepatitis C, or HIV in your blood.
All of these diseases could come if you are not interested enough to ask for hygiene and sterilized equipment.
Make sure you see the tattoo artist how he uses new needles taken from sterilized package and latex gloves.
You better be safe than sorry.
These risks include the details. You are getting into the tiniest bits of the wrist tattoos.
Think of them like the pixels to complete the whole full HD resolution picture.
Your wrists don’t have much fatty tissue on them. It means that your tattoo artist needs to be EXTREMELY careful to avoid harming the veins on the inner and outer side.
You won’t want to visit some rookie tattoo artist that will “shove” the needles deep down your wrist and hit a vein. The complications will come after when the color starts mixing with the blood.
Skillful, experienced, and professional tattoo artist have received a unique training program for how to treat this place and with what kind of needles he is allowed to do this.
As I mentioned earlier, less fatty tissue means bigger pain intensity. However, don’t be scared. It’s something you will survive without sweating too much.
You are probably getting small wrist tattoos, so you don’t have to worry about sitting for too long on the chair.
The lack of the fatty tissue and the nerves being closer to the skin surface are the biggest reasons why you feel greater pain.
Pain tolerance is different in all people. Don’t ask all of them about the experience. All goes down to how much pain you can hold on to.
Getting wrist tattoos mean profile. You need to make peace with yourself that the symbol will be visible in front of everybody.
Of course, tattoos are made to be seen, but certain occasions don’t allow you to show off your tattoos.
Sometimes even the long sleeves won’t do the trick and cover the tattoos.
I’m not talking about showing your tattoos in front of regular people. What I have in mind are all those professional occasions like a meeting or job interview.
That’s why you need to have the “Plan B” when it comes to covering your tattoo in front of others. You’ll never know who is the person sitting in front of you or how he would react when the person sees your wrist tattoos.
Even with these risks, I know you’ll manage to find the proper solution and tattoo, and it will look perfect.
My idea was to get the things you need to know closer to you. If you are not aware of the risks you are getting into, then you are not ready to get a tattoo.
Now when you saw all the risks of getting inked, it’s time to head down to the real thing.
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