Vagina Tattoos - Everything to Know About Tattooing Your Vagina - Tattoo Me Now (2023)

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Thinking of getting a tattoo on your vagina, snatch, taco, vadge, peach, woohoo, girly parts or vajayjay?

Are you curious about things like:

  • Is it painful?
  • What area of the body would a vagina tattoo actually cover?
  • What sort of design should you use?
  • Are there any benefits to getting a vagina tattoo?

If so, here’s some helpful information that just might help you make up your mind about inking your private area.

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Contents

  • 1 What is a Vagina Tattoo?
  • 2 Why Would Someone Ink Their Vagina?
    • 2.1 They are Easily Hidden
    • 2.2 For Concealment
    • 2.3 Purely for Self-expression
  • 3 What To Expect Before Getting A Tattoo
    • 3.1 Removing the Hair
    • 3.2 On the Day
    • 3.3 If your Menstruation Cycle Occurs
    • 3.4 Physical Activity and Sex
    • 3.5 How Long Does it Take to Heal
  • 4 Things To Consider When Choosing The Design
  • 5 Examples of Vagina Tattoo Styles and Placement:
    • 5.1 C-Section Cover Up Tattoos
    • 5.2 Scar Concealment Tattoos
    • 5.3 Lower Belly/High Sitting Vagina Tattoos
    • 5.4 Low on the Hip/Groin
    • 5.5 Full Pelvic Tattoos
    • 5.6 As Part of a Full Body Design
    • 5.7 Funny/Cheeky Tattoos
    • 5.8 Close to the Vagina
    • 5.9 Vagina Tattoos From Behind

What is a Vagina Tattoo?

A common misconception, is that a vagina tattoo only applies to the actual vagina itself. This is not the case, the term “vagina tattoo” applies to the pelvic area as a whole. Where the pubic hair grows, and that which can be concealed by standard panties, falls under this category. Some artists may only consider anything below the pantie-line of low rider panties as falling under vagina tattoos. Others use the pantie-line of standard panties to determine what is considered a vagina tattoo.

Ultimately this is nothing more then semantics. Artists use the varying boarder lines to either set price guides, or for marketing purposes. Not everyone responds well to the idea of getting a “vagina” tattoo, but are OK with a “lower tummy”, “groin”, “inner hip/thigh” or a “pelvic” tattoo.

In this article, we will be including all of these areas. So any tattoos that are found below the lower abdominal muscle, near the groin (including the front of the hip) and on or around the vagina itself, will be treated as a vagina tattoo. Consult with your artists, to see what they regard as a vagina tattoo, as this may or may not affect the price. It may also mean that they may not be comfortable performing the task.

Why Would Someone Ink Their Vagina?

Choosing to get a tattoo is always a personal choice. Where you choose to get said tattoo, could have even more diverse reasoning behind it.

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They are Easily Hidden

Not everyone works in an industry that readily accepts visible tattoos on staff members. Alternatively, not everyone is lucky enough to live in a community, or have a family that isn’t judgmental, and is accepting of self-expression. Those of us that feel that they need to conceal their tattoos from friends and family, may want to consider getting their tattoo in their pelvic region. Most styles of pants, undergarments, and swimwear can effectively conceal the area. Meaning that only those who they wish to see the tattoo(s), are more likely to be the only people who actually see them.

For Concealment

Many women have scars and stretchmarks below their lower abdominal muscles. Be it a result of tummy tucks, abdominal surgery, C-sections, pregnancy or weight gain. Some women find these blemishes to be unsightly, which impacts their confidence.

Sex becomes uncomfortable, as they feel self-conscious about the marks. Many of these women may feel that the marks are a turn off for any partner, and may focus more on hiding them, then losing themselves in the moment.

By concealing these marks, many women find that their confidence is boosted, and that their sex life is improved. This isn’t to say that their partner(s) are more attracted to them now, but that women are more confident about their bodies and able to relax more during sex.

There are many styles of tattooing methods that can be used by these women.

  • Cosmetic Blending – attempts to blend the scar tissue into the surrounding skin tone, by covering the area with a color similar to the lady’s natural skin pigmentation. The biggest draw back to this type of tattooing, is that the skin around the tattoo can tan, while the tattoo will not. If you are considering showing your new, more confident body off to the world, be aware of the level of sun exposure it may get.
  • Tattoo Coverage – conceals the marks behind a tattoo that is large enough to cover the whole mark. The artist uses the mark’s shape, as a template for the overall design. Blending the scar tissue into the tattoo concealing the mark, making it almost impossible for anyone who’s unaware of the scar tissue, to actually see it. This sort of tattoo allows people to be more comfortable with sun exposure, as the tattoo will not stand out from any other tattoo, when it comes to tanning.

Purely for Self-expression

For some women, getting a vagina tattoo is no different to getting any other part of their body tattooed. That is to say, that they are expressing themselves, making a statement or wanting to draw attention to that area of their body.

Decorative, humorous and cheeky design may be used, or sexually suggestive imagery may be used to achieve the desired affect.

What To Expect Before Getting A Tattoo

Your personal pain tolerance will need to be considered. If you’re the type to squirm when getting a tattoo, not only could this affect the quality of the end result, it could also lead to nerve damage making the area less sensitive.

If you’ve never had a tattoo before its best advised that you get one done somewhere else on your body first. As concealing a tattoo with clothing is easier to do in this area of the body, consider having your first tattoo done on your glutes (A.K.A your Butt). This is a more fleshy area and will allow you to test your tolerance for pain. They are also just as easily concealed by the same clothing as a vagina tattoo.

Removing the Hair

The day before you get the tattoo done, you should prepare for it by getting the area waxed to remove all of the pubic hair. Shaving is just as effective for removing the hair, but as the hair is only shortened in length, it does grow back faster which can make the recovery process more irritating.

Do not get a wax on the same day as the tattoo, as you will need to let the skin recover. Waxing the skin can leave it inflamed and irritated, this is a bad time to tattoo the skin no matter where it is located on the body. Let the skin recover before getting it tattooed.

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The artist will most likely still give it a quick shave to ensure that as much of the hair has been removed as possible.

Going in with a full bush, would only make it more difficult to shave. The artist may even outright refuse to do it until you’ve cleared the area beforehand. Remove as much hair as possible from the area, even the surrounding area that is not being tattooed, as this will make it easier for the artist to work without getting hair caught in their equipment.

On the Day

On the day of the booking, have a shower/bath before going in. The artist is going to be having their face in your crutch while they do the tattoo, so try to clean yourself as much as possible prior to the appointment, especially during summer.

If your Menstruation Cycle Occurs

Trying to book in an appointment that coincides with that time of the month, can be difficult. If the day of the appointment is during your period, use a fresh tampon prior to attending the appointment. Don’t worry too much if you have a heavy flow and a single tampon will not be enough to last the duration of the tattooing process. Most artists will allow you to take a break and change your feminine hygiene products.

Physical Activity and Sex

One thing that most people over looking when getting a tattoo, is the impact that it can have on both your exercise regiment and your sex life. During the recover period, the tattoo may make it necessary to avoid physical activity. If the tattoo is in a location that will be exposed to constant friction or impact, the healing process could take even longer, if it is constantly exposed to external irritations.

The same thing applies to sex. Two bodies rubbing against each other, can cause friction across the healing tattoo. Not to mention the heat and sweat that can be generated in the area, could cause unpleasant sensations. Bodily fluids that get into the healing wound of the tattoo, can also cause infections.

This includes not only intercourse, but also oral sex and masturbation. Ask your artist how long should you need to wait. They may advise a time frame, or given the location of the tattoo, what you will need to watch out for.

How Long Does it Take to Heal

Depending on the follow up care and your personal healing factor this could be as little as 1-2 weeks, or up to 6 months. Drinking lots of water can help to speed up the healing process, but if it makes you go to the toilet more often, this could have other implications depending on where the tattoo is located.

Ideally, you will need to wait for the “onion skin” and scabbing to go away. This can help to prevent infection and tearing of the skin around the new tattoo during exercise and intercourse. This does not mean that the tattoo is fully healed however.

For more information on how to care for a new tattoo, please read our Complete Guide on Tattoo Aftercare.

Things To Consider When Choosing The Design

Aside from the obvious “Is it for Show or to Conceal”, you may want to ask yourself how is it to be viewed. Unlike a penis tattoo, which is rather limited in how it can be seen/presented. A vagina tattoo can be more expressive and shown off in a variety of different ways, both modest, and sexually.

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Much like a Tramp Stamp/Lower Back tattoo, a vagina tattoo can draw the eye to that area of your body. It can look elegant and intriguing, making people wonder what else lies beneath, it could accentuate your natural curves, or even tend into a belly tattoo design. Belly tattoos fall into a gray area. As they sit low on the belly, they could be viewed as extending down towards the vagina, or up from the vagina. We are including a few of these large vagina tattoo designs/low sitting belly tattoo in our examples.

You may even want to consider how the tattoo is to be viewed. Just as clothing can easily conceal the tattoo(s), being naked can also affect what is being seen. While standing up, the tattoo could look different from the front compared to when you are lying down with your legs apart. Another design some people use, involves the tattoo being viewed from behind while the person is bent over.

This can make a vagina tattoo more erotic and alluring then most other tattoos, even without the sexually explicated content. Always look for a design that suits your personality, or the desired outcome, and remember:

Think Before You Ink!

Examples of Vagina Tattoo Styles and Placement:

C-Section Cover Up Tattoos

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Scar Concealment Tattoos

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Lower Belly/High Sitting Vagina Tattoos

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Low on the Hip/Groin

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Full Pelvic Tattoos

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As Part of a Full Body Design

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Funny/Cheeky Tattoos

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Close to the Vagina

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FAQs

Do tattoo artists see private parts? ›

-The artist may ask to see the body part that you would like tattooed. If it is a private body part, or if you need to expose undergarments to show the body part, you should be escorted to a more private place in the studio. -The artist may ask with your consent to take a photograph of the body part.

Do you have to be naked for a hip tattoo? ›

You may want to dress up for the special occasion, especially if it's your first one, but it's not recommended. "So many times, I have clients who arrive at the appointment dressed in their best clothes and undergarments," said Caranfa.

Does it hurt to get a tattoo on your pubic area? ›

Groin. Your groin is filled with nerve endings that can be irritated by tattoo needles. Pain here can be high to severe.

Is tattooing intimate? ›

If you genuinely think about it, tattooing is an intimate creation of art. Intimacy is sharing closeness, vulnerability, and openness, all which are a part of the tattoo process. However, you can't comprehend the experiential intimacy of tattooing without sitting in the chair.

How much should I tip for a 500 tattoo? ›

The average percent of tips to a tattoo artist is 15-20%. So, for a $500 tattoo, you can tip $75-100.

What should I eat before a tattoo? ›

If you're wondering what to eat before you visit the tattoo studio, cook a meal that's protein-rich with plenty of eggs, fish or red meat. Protein helps with recovery, so it's a great way to prepare for the procedure ahead.

How much do you tip a tattoo artist? ›

“A suggested percentage of 20% to 25% for personal services is an accepted standard, especially in these post-COVID times.” Cornolo puts the range between 15% to 20%, but says that it really varies. “Some tip less, and some are very generous."

How do you get a butt tattoo? ›

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Where is the most painful tattoo? ›

The most painful spots to get a tattoo are your ribs, spine, fingers, and shins. The least painful spots to get a tattoo are your forearms, stomach, and outer thighs.

Where is the least painful place to get a tattoo for a girl? ›

The least painful places to get a tattoo are areas of your body with fewer nerve endings. Think outer shoulder, calf, buttocks, and outer arm. While people generally focus on the location on the body, Stanley Kovak, a cosmetic physician, theorizes that pain is more about size.

Where do tattoos hurt the most? ›

The most painful spots to get a tattoo are your ribs, spine, fingers, and shins. The least painful spots to get a tattoo are your forearms, stomach, and outer thighs.

Is there a psychological reason people get tattoos? ›

While there are myriad motivations for obtaining a tattoo, most individuals seek tattoos as a means of personal expression that provides a potential window into the psyche that can be used to facilitate psychiatric treatment.

Is it normal to have a crush on your tattoo artist? ›

They're symbols that pulsate memories and emotions, and it's the artist who is turning them into realities. So, it's not uncommon for us mortals to feel some sort of sentimental connection to the tatted individual working on us. There's a lot of emotional complexity that gets tossed into the mix.

How long do tattoo artists take to respond? ›

Reviewing booking requests and responding to emails is a time-consuming process, so you shouldn't expect to hear back from the artist right away. Sometimes, it could take weeks or even a month or two for artists to get back to you about scheduling a tattoo appointment.

What can I take before a tattoo to ease the pain? ›

Avaliani recommends taking three or four Ibuprofen tablets an hour before your appointment so that your pain tolerance is higher by the time you feel the needle (which, by the way, looks more like the tip of a pen than a needle, in case that word scares you like it scared me).

What tattoos should you avoid? ›

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  • Names of a new boyfriend or girlfriend. ...
  • Crude jokes or images. ...
  • Spontaneous tattoos. ...
  • Fad tattoos. ...
  • Offensive or hate tattoos. ...
  • Tattoos that predict the future. ...
  • Tattoos that you don't spell check. ...
  • Tribal tattoos if they aren't part of your culture.
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How much do you tip for a $100 tattoo? ›

You generally tip tattoo artists 20% - 30% for the price of the service you're paying for. So a $100 tattoo would include a $20 - $30 tip at the end of the session.

How much should you tip for a $200 tattoo? ›

However, the average tattoo tip in the U.S. is at least 15-20 percent. “A tip is a tip—we appreciate anything,” says Clifton. “But you can always follow the Golden Rule of tipping 20 percent of whatever your tattoo price was if you're not sure.”

How much do you tip a tattoo artist for a $250 tattoo? ›

An excellent tip for tattoo work is anywhere from 20-25% of the total price of the piece. If your tattoo artist charges $150 hour and you spend five hours in the chair, it puts you at $750. A very generous tip for this piece would be $150 to $200.

What can you not do the day before a tattoo? ›

9 Things You Should Avoid Before Tattooing!
  • Alcohol and Drinking. First and foremost; tattoo artists aren't legally allowed to tattoo and provide services to customers that appear drunk and intoxicated. ...
  • Blood Thinning Pills. ...
  • Sun Exposure. ...
  • Dairy and Sugar. ...
  • Caffeine. ...
  • Getting A Razor Cut. ...
  • Avoiding Showering. ...
  • Wearing Tight Clothes.
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What is tattoo flu? ›

Some people feel psyched about their new tattoo, while others might feel sick. If you're feeling a bit under the weather after getting some new ink, you might be experiencing “tattoo flu.” Usually mild and quick to pass, this post tattoo flu-like illness is a common result of your body's natural defenses saying “Whoa!

Can you take painkillers before a tattoo? ›

Avoid pain relievers.

Don't take aspirin or ibuprofen for 24 hours before your session. These medications can thin your blood, which may prolong the tattooing process.

How can I stay calm during a tattoo? ›

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  1. Pain is synonymous to getting a tattoo. ...
  2. Wear loose clothes. ...
  3. Stay sober at least 24 hours before the session. ...
  4. Schedule for a morning session. ...
  5. Take a non-aspirin pain reliever. ...
  6. Listening to your favourite music can get you into Zen. ...
  7. Ask for breaks. ...
  8. Go with a friend.
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Can you drink night before tattoo? ›

You should not drink alcohol for at least 24 hours before the tattoo appointment, because alcohol dilutes your blood. This also applies to all other substances that dilute your blood, such as drugs or medication (e.g. aspirin).

Do you tip every tattoo session? ›

While this decision is entirely up to you, typically clients tip at the end of each session so that your tattoo artist has confidence that you will be tipping them for their work. Alternatively, you could let your artist know that you will be tipping them in the final session.

How long do tattoos take to heal? ›

Most sources indicate that tattoos generally take about 2 weeks to heal. However, it may take up to 4 weeks for the skin to fully recover. Some complications may prolong the healing process. The following is what a person can typically expect.

How do you sleep with a hip tattoo? ›

A lot of tattoo artists recommend sleeping with the wrap that was put on. Others recommend re-wrapping, or just applying healing ointment and keeping the tattoo clean. The important thing is avoiding infection.

How much do tattoos cost? ›

How much does a tattoo cost? A tattoo's cost depends on the size, complexity of the design, and demand for the artist who is creating it. Pricing for tattoos can vary widely, but $150 to $450 is a typical range.

What tattoos age the best? ›

Simple, minimalist tattoos are enduringly popular, but bold tattoos tend to last the longest. You can count both the size and the thickness of the lines as two of the reasons why these tattoos age well. "Bold, black text and traditional American tattoos still look badass when they fade," Villani says.

Does numbing cream work for a tattoo? ›

Tattoos are painful, but there is a way to relieve some of that discomfort. Several options can reduce the pain, including numbing creams. These creams are a popular choice, and you can find plenty of over-the-counter options. Tattoo numbing creams do work well for many people, and they are safe in most situations.

Where should my first tattoo be? ›

If you'd rather be able to see your new tattoo daily, consider areas like your wrist, forearm, or even your ankle. But if your job requires you to hide your tattoos, or even if you'd just rather keep them out of sight—you can choose a spot that tends to be covered by your clothing, like your inner arm or your calf.

How long do small tattoos take? ›

Expect about half an hour to an hour for a simple, small tattoo. Keep in mind, however, a small tattoo with lots of color, line work, details, or a tricky placement could take several hours. Small tattoos are great for people who don't want to go through a lengthy tattoo process, but still want some cool ink.

Where can I get a tattoo that doesn't hurt? ›

Any tattoo you get is going to hurt, but that doesn't mean you need to get it in the most painful spot! There are certain places on the body that are less painful because of the abundance of fat and muscle, including: Upper back. Outer arm.

Does getting a tattoo make you tired? ›

Thanks to the fast work of your white blood cells, your adrenaline increases, which can increase your heart rate. This alone can make you feel dizzy and weak since your body is in a 'fight or flight' mode; it is being attacked by a tattoo needle thousands of times, so the reaction is pretty normal.

What does the Bible say about tattoos? ›

Today they're common everywhere from Maori communities in New Zealand to office parks in Ohio. But in the ancient Middle East, the writers of the Hebrew Bible forbade tattooing. Per Leviticus 19:28, “You shall not make gashes in your flesh for the dead, or incise any marks on yourselves.”

Why can't people with tattoos donate blood? ›

You may not be able to donate if your ink is less than 3 months old. Giving blood after recently getting a tattoo can be dangerous. Though uncommon, an unclean tattoo needle can carry a number of bloodborne viruses, such as: hepatitis B.

What type of person gets tattoos? ›

Men were more likely than women to report a tattoo, but the highest rates of tattooing were found among women in their 20s (29.4%). Men and women ages 20-39 were most likely to have been tattooed, as were men with lower levels of education, tradesmen, and women with live-out partners.

Do tattooists like repeat clients? ›

Every tattoo artist's favorite customer is their most loyal patron. Time and time again this person has come back to them, trusting their creative eye to decorate their body permanently. Also, it doesn't hurt that loyal customers are practically walking billboards for their shop.

Are tattoo artists happy? ›

The majority of tattoo artists find their personalities quite well suited to their work, with relatively few having complaints about their fit.

Should you shave before a tattoo? ›

Although you can shave before your tattoo, it's not necessary. A tattoo artist will shave the area themselves if needed. If you're concerned about how hairy the area might be, you can always ask your tattooist if they need you to shave beforehand but generally, they'll do it themselves.

What does it mean when tattoo artists say books closed? ›

WHAT DOES 'BOOKS CLOSED' MEAN? This means that I am currently not accepting any tattoo requests and have no available appointments and therefore cannot book you.

What do you say to a tattoo artist? ›

While it's fine to get ideas from pictures of other tattoos, talk to your artist about what their ideas are for creating it. Tell them what you would like to change so the piece is uniquely yours. Remember, you selected your artist because they have strong portfolio and you are attracted to their style.

What should I wear when getting a tattoo on my thigh? ›

Ideally, for your tattooing session, you should wear an old pair of loose-fitting sweat pants that you don't mind getting marked or a pair of loose-fitting shorts, depending on the weather. You'll have to take them off for the tatting, so remember to wear your best clean underwear.

What should I wear to a tattoo appointment for my hip? ›

What to Wear for a Hip Tattoo. A long flowing skirt or dress is the perfect thing to wear for a hip tattoo. Anything where you can easily move the fabric around your body will work really well. This way you can show the hip but hide other intimate areas in the front and back.

Can you get a tattoo on your period? ›

(Please note with females, it needs to be mentioned that getting tattooed whilst on your period will make the body more receptive to pain, so take that into account whilst booking where possible). Remember, most tattooed people rarely only have one tattoo!

What should I wear when getting a tattoo on my stomach? ›

What to Wear for Stomach Tattoos? It is a great idea to put on pants with an elastic waist when getting a stomach tattoo. You may also wear jeans, but if they are not low-cut, please wear an undergarment that you would not mind showing. At times, bathing suit bottoms are less intimate and better.

Can I shower after tattoo? ›

Getting your tattoo wet is OK, but soaking it is not. Yes, you can (and should!) shower with a new tattoo, as long as you don't completely soak it. Avoid swimming—whether in a pool, lake, or the ocean—and submerging your tattoo in a bath or hot tub for two to three weeks, though; this may cause serious damage.

What should I eat before a tattoo? ›

If you're wondering what to eat before you visit the tattoo studio, cook a meal that's protein-rich with plenty of eggs, fish or red meat. Protein helps with recovery, so it's a great way to prepare for the procedure ahead.

How Much Should U Tip a tattoo artist? ›

“A suggested percentage of 20% to 25% for personal services is an accepted standard, especially in these post-COVID times.” Cornolo puts the range between 15% to 20%, but says that it really varies. “Some tip less, and some are very generous."

How long does it take a tattoo to heal? ›

Most sources indicate that tattoos generally take about 2 weeks to heal. However, it may take up to 4 weeks for the skin to fully recover. Some complications may prolong the healing process. The following is what a person can typically expect.

How do hip tattoos heal? ›

A new hip tattoo should be washed every day – but gently, do not scrub, just spray lightly with water, preferably dry with a cotton pad. During healing, which usually takes 3 to 4 weeks, you should avoid swimming, visiting a sauna, or bathing where the hip tattoo is completely submerged in water.

What's the best time of day to get a tattoo? ›

“Some people prefer to get tattooed early because then they can get it out of the way and go about the rest of their day, while other people prefer to get it done at night so after completion, they can just go home and sleep it off.” Whatever time of day you choose to get tattooed though, she recommends it be within ...

What is tattoo flu? ›

Some people feel psyched about their new tattoo, while others might feel sick. If you're feeling a bit under the weather after getting some new ink, you might be experiencing “tattoo flu.” Usually mild and quick to pass, this post tattoo flu-like illness is a common result of your body's natural defenses saying “Whoa!

Where is the least painful place to get a tattoo? ›

The least painful places to get a tattoo are areas of your body with fewer nerve endings. Think outer shoulder, calf, buttocks, and outer arm. While people generally focus on the location on the body, Stanley Kovak, a cosmetic physician, theorizes that pain is more about size.

Can tattoos look classy? ›

The criteria for a tattoo to be deemed “classy” is highly subjective. However, there are styles that are more aesthetically pleasing to even the most highfalutin eye. You will want an artist that specializes in black and grey styles, and/or a tattooist with a penchant for clean minimalist lines.

What to do after getting a tattoo? ›

Be sure your artist covers your new tattoo in a thin layer of petroleum jelly and a bandage. Remove the bandage after 24 hours. Gently wash the tattoo with antimicrobial soap and water and be sure to pat dry. Apply a layer of antibacterial/Vaseline ointment twice a day, but don't put on another bandage.

What does getting a tattoo feel like? ›

Some people describe the pain as a pricking sensation. Others say it feels like bee stings or being scratched. A thin needle is piercing your skin, so you can expect at least a little pricking sensation. As the needle moves closer to the bone, it may feel like a painful vibration.

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