You probably have seen a new type of tattoo that is tiny, whether it is small and delicate script or small symbols. If so, these are called micro tattoos, or Fineline tattoos. The style of fine line tattoos is growing in popularity. It seems just about everywhere you turn, you will see these new designs. This type of tattoo is typically black and grey, with fine lines and light, soft shading, if they have any shading at all.
They can be any size but are typically in the micro style. This gives you the ability to create smaller-lined tattoos in small areas. These tattoos are usually fast to design. It may only take 15 minutes to 30 minutes, which is mus less time than a large piece that takes several hours.
While all tattoos fade over time, a smaller tattoo that is created in shades of grey is going to fade faster than one that is done in black. There are different items that cause a tattoo to fade faster than others. The body placement of the tattoo matters. If it is on an area that may be difficult to heal or skin regeneration happens sooner, such as fingers, knees, feet, and elbows, the tattoo will fade faster. If the tattoo is exposed to a large amount of UV light, it is going to fade faster.
When you are considering a tattoo, there are some things to keep in mind. Getting a tattoo is going to break your skin, which means there is a chance of you can an infection. If the tattoo needle goes too deeply into the skin, there is a chance of scarring. Some people are allergic to the pigment in the color. The colors red and yellow tend to have a more substantial allergic reaction than other colors. Tattoos done in black are least likely to have an allergic reaction.
If you get a tattoo and think you are having a reaction, you should visit a doctor immediately. You can have something called a blowout. This is when you have a reaction that looks a lot like a bruise around the tattoo. However, this is not a bruise. It means the ink has leaked into the fatty tissue of the skin. This can also happen when the tattoo artist going too deeply into the skin or when they go too slowly into the skin. This can also happen when the artist goes over the same area too much.