So you have done all your research and finally decided to get a watercolor tattoo a tattoo style that is breaking the internet today. In the last few years, the tattoo industry has explored new territories of body art- all thanks to the evolution of watercolor tattoos.
That is why we are not surprised at your choice, in fact, we love the idea of painting your body canvas full of colors and liveliness.
However, watercolor design tends to fade quickly, and due to this sole reason, many tattoo lovers hesitate to get this form of body art. But since you’re totally in love with these colorful tats, we thought of helping you out. In this article, we’ll discuss the things to consider when getting a colored tattoo inked that can last for many years to come and remain as dazzling and gorgeous as the day you first got it. Now without much ado, let’s get into it.
Drop the idea of getting a large design inked if you’re getting a tattoo for the first time. Yes, we know, it would look great, but watercolor tattoos are more prone to infection and soreness than a regular blank ink tattoo.
That is why, don’t go for an extra-dramatic design, rather choose something simple yet beautiful like a pretty little rose or a butterfly. Once you understand the process and get familiar with the amount of pain that comes handy with colored tats, you sure can get a more artistic design next time.