This process refers to decorative body modifications.
Tattoo has characteristic distinctive features, subdivided into types, styles, and methods of application.
Post-procedure care is a very important part, so you need to be very careful take care of the tattoo after the procedure.
It is worth paying special attention to the fact that the primary tattoo procedure implies a subsequent correction to achieve the desired result. Even the most professional and experienced artists cannot reliably assume how the client's body will react to the coloring pigment that has been injected under the skin during the procedure.
The pigment may partially fall out, forming gaps, sometimes fading or brighten more than desired.
Therefore, the correction procedure is carried out in a month and a half from the initial application (sometimes later, depending on the individual characteristics of the client's skin) only after complete healing. Otherwise, there is a high risk of damaging the skin and leaving scars.
Over the years, tattoos fade since the pigment in the dermis "drifts" in one way or another, and the sun's ultraviolet rays affect the pigment in the skin as well as in the threads of the fabric. Therefore, they should be corrected/reapplied from time to time.