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Which Tattoos Look Good Even When You are Old?

Getting a tattoo, although a lasting decision, can generate different types of outcomes over time. Some tattoos may appear cool in the recent times but may change severely as the years' pass, which is quite exasperating, especially if you are not ready. Again, the tattoos that are etched on the low friction areas such as the thigh, forearm, back, shoulder, etc. linger for a prolonged period even when not maintained extensively. For further information, please go through the given write-up now.

  1. Bold Tattoos

Before asking how much is a tattoo in Thailand, you must know about the tattoos that will look well under all circumstances. Studies have shown that bolder designs can hold onto their aesthetic appearance in a hassle-free manner. Dark traditional tattoos are considered the best; however, if they do not suit your personality, request the artist to incorporate plenty darker lines and negative space on the selected theme.

  1. Tattoos on the Right Skin Layer

A proficient and experienced artist will be able to etch a design on the right skin layer, the epidermis, which is only 1mm thick. If the ink penetrates deep inside the skin, it will start blowing out after a few days, and the final outcome will be sloppy. You have to either remove the tattoo or get it covered with a new one.

  1. Large Tattoos

A tattoo does not have to encompass a whole part of the body, but it must be large enough not to fade quickly. Large tattoos also provide room for touch-ups. The small tattoos will disappear because the skin cells beneath them change or move. In case of large tattoos, the cells may shift place, but the tattoos will still be comprehensible.

  1. Maintained Tattoos

According to the experts working for a top tattoo parlour in Thailand, said the design would look phenomenal even when you grow old if you make sure to take proper care of it. Being cautious now will help you in the future. Apart from not picking and pulling the scabs that will form on top of the tattoo after a week or so, implement the below-mentioned tips.

  • Wash the tattooed area using lukewarm water and a mild cleanser. This will remove excess ink, blood, and plasma.
  • Apply a thin layer of any medicated ointment or unscented moisturiser. Never go overboard; otherwise, you will end up clogging the pores.
  • Avoid direct sun exposure because the ultraviolet (UV) radiation discolours the tattoos. While light showers are acceptable, dipping the fresh tattoos in water can force the ink to leak, so swimming is off-limits.

No one gets a tattoo after thinking about what would happen to it after a couple of years. However, in case you plan on changing your body parts permanently, you must be aware of the negative impacting aging can have.

The ink also plays a major role. A large number of senior citizens admitted that their tattoos fared beyond their expectations because the appointed artist used inks having vegetable-based or organic mineral pigments. Anything with radioactive elements or plastic is toxic; thus, quite risky.

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