I have attached a picture of my tattoo and an example of the style of tattoo that I would like it covering with.
Of course your artist will be in a better place to advise you but I really like what you are trying to achieve and wish you all the best. I got my first tattoo a month and almost a week ago and it still looks milky, cracked and wrinkled and has those very small things that look like scales.
My latest tattoo took about 3 weeks for the swelling to go down, I'm no stranger to tattoos as I have a sleeve and various large pieces on my body but I knew something wasn't right with my last one.

It was hot and very tender to touch, yours looks completely fine to me, if you are the slightest bit concerned just go to the drs or your artist. Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post have you decided on your tattoo design can we help???
Also if anyone could advise on an artist in the North East of England, I live in Teesside and after researching have heard good things about Mel at Dark Circle. During the first week I rubbed off a gooey scabby layer while taking a shower that was coming off by accident.

I have already had some lasered off which took alot of time so I idealy I would like to cover it without anymore laser sessions, but If this is not possible I suppose I will have to get the rest of the tattoo lasered and lightened.
I notice the raised area is where it's black heavy - I found in areas where there's a lot of black it took a bit longer to heal.

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