Your Guidebook To Get a Perfect Tattoo- Part 2!
Whether you choose it to design your next tattoo yourself or look for an expert advice, getting the right tattoo artist is something you cannot overlook. Basically, you need someone who can ‘ink’ your thoughts. Learn some points which will help you be better prepared to make a right decision.
So, you have made up your mind to get a tattoo. That’ great! According to a fall 2006 survey by the Pew Research Center, around thirty-six percent of those ages 18 to 25, and 40 percent of those ages 26 to 40, have at least one tattoo. The number is really huge.
Earlier these were limited to the celebrities, however, now it is common. Tattooing is becoming the next fashion, as people regardless of their age, gender and color, are choosing this form of body art to express themselves.
But before you make up any final decision, it is worth noticing that it is not a simple process. In the last post, you learnt about the basic preparations, the guidebook continues to help make a better choice of a tattoo artist. For this you need to ask these questions to the artist you have selected, let’s begin:
What qualifications you have?
Being professional is the dire need. As you know tattooing is a precision job which involves the use of needles, therefore, it’s vital for the tattoo artist to be professionally trained about the procedures and consequences.
What is your experience?
This is the most important part you need to be aware of when you are working out on the strength of a tattoo artist’s reputation. Basically, here you need to know that how longer they’ve been in the business and what kind of experience they possess. Definitely, you are not going to choose the artists with a bad reputation.
How much will you charge?
Though it is advised not to compromise quality for price, yet it is better to clear in the beginning about the charges. Without a doubt, large tattoos that are full of intricate detail and they are extremely expensive, but that never means that smaller designs will be cheap. They too can cost over a hundred dollars. Hence, to avoid any nasty surprises or misunderstandings, clear things beforehand.
How many tattoos you have created so far?
By getting the answer to the question, you can have a pretty good idea of an artist’s level of skill and experience. Undoubtedly, tattooing is an art and with more number of designs a person has made, better will be the chances of perfect design. Also, through this you will be able to work out roughly how busy the artist has been, further learning about popularity and reputation of the artist.
Is your work guaranteed?
Yes, you need to check for guarantee. What if you are not satisfied with the completed design? What if it causes some kind o reaction later? Are they ready to drop the charge, or bear the treatment expenses? Are they having a refund policy? In short, you need to ensure that you find out your artist’s guarantee policy before work begins.
Having answer to these, it will be possible to get a right artist. After you book an appointment with them, you must know about the preparatory steps before you step in the parlor. Don’t know what to do? Wait for the next post. You will be updated shortly!
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