Immediately after getting a tattoo, it is a wound on your body. Proper cleansing with mild soaps without abrasive materials help your tattoo heal quickly.Continue Reading
Leave the bandage applied by your tattoo artist on for at least two hours. Remove it gently, starting from a corner. If it does not come off easily, soak it in warm water and try again.
Squirt some gentle, fragrance-free soap into your palm and slowly rub the site of the tattoo, removing any ointment or blood.
Pat your tattoo dry with a paper towel or a soft fabric towel. Be careful not to rub or irritate your skin.
Wash your tattoo in this manner once or twice a day while your tattoo heals.
Tattoos are a great way for people to express themselves through an art form that becomes part of their body. People get tattoos for various reasons, but most of the time it is to say something about their personality, honor a loved one, create an image for themselves or honor a commitment to a group or gang, according to About.com.Full Answer >
Any reputable tattoo artist is capable of applying your desired design onto your body. The key is to know exactly what you want, so research images of footballs and similar tattoos prior to your appointment. More importantly, find a tattoo artist whose portfolio reflects the style you have in mind.Full Answer >
Slodive has an article with 25 magnolia flower tattoo designs on various parts of the body. Tattoomagz also has a page dedicated to magnolia flower tattoos. Both of these sites feature pictures of completed magnolia tattoos. TattooJohnny has downloadable magnolia flower tattoo designs.Full Answer >
The least painful place on the body for a tattoo is behind the ear. According to Red Rose Magazine, a tattoo on the cartilage of the ear is also one of the least painful spots for ink.Full Answer >