Can you tattoo over self harm scars? If you are considering a tattoo over your self-harm scars, here are some things to keep in mind to make sure that you get an amazing result.

If you have tattoo jitters about your upcoming tattoo appointment, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. In this blog post, we’ll discuss 10 tips to help you stay calm and get through your first tattoo without any anxiety or drama!

It seems like the most obvious idea, to cover up an old tattoo or scar with skin coloured tattoo ink. But like many things in tattooing, the answer is not straightforward. So, can you get a skin color tattoo and will it work to cover up an old tattoo or scar?

Sometimes you can use white ink to fade out a tattoo so that it can be covered up. However, it doesn’t work well for most tattoos. Alternatives are getting the old tattoo faded by laser or finding a tattoo artist skilled in cover-up design. Blackout tattoos with white ink can also work but may fade.

Can men wear henna? Want to try out this painless alternative to permanent tattoos but not sure if its OK for men? Read on to find out.

Do you love the look of henna tattoos but wonder if they are religious. If wearing them goes against your own religion or is sacrilegious to those whose cultures originated them? Is Henna a religious thing or purely decorative? Answers here…

Looking for a painless Tattoo alternative? Henna Tattoos are a great way of getting body decoration with no commitment and pain. They are created from a paste made from a plant-based ink that stains the skin. Henna tattoo designs are painless, non-permanent but can last for 2 or 3 weeks on the skin.

You can get a tattoo of someone’s handwriting. You will need to find a tattoo artist who can work very precisely at small scale to bring your handwriting tattoo to life. Not all tattooists will be happy to create a handwriting tattoo so you may need to look around to find the right artist.

It isn’t rude to design your own tattoo. However, not all designs can be tattooed and not all tattooists want to use someone else design so you will need to be flexible. An artist will work with you and won’t be offended by your request.

As you gain weight and your skin stretches your tattoo will stretch with it. Depending on how much weight you gain this can distort the tattoo. Tattoos on areas like the stomach and thigh will distort more than areas like the back. If you lose the weight your tattoo will return to its original size.