A colorful tattoo is exactly the same as a black and white tattoo – except tattoo artists use the brightest, borderline neon inks they can find. It should be noted that none of the tattoos you are about to see aren’t done with glow-in-the-dark or UV reaction ink. Colorful tattoos heal and feel the same way as any other body art. The biggest difference comes down to the order in which the colors are applied “any amount of darker ink that seeps into the neon can adversely affect the color permanently, particularly its ability to glow when placed under UV light
All tattoos have some form of pigment in them, and the majority of tattoos will have color in them. The type of color, shades, and meaning behind the color will vary from style to style, and from person to person.
Color tattoos are preferred for vibrancy and details. It is easy to achieve multidimensional with a color tattoo.
- Ideal for light skin that does not show contrast well.
- More expression – it is easy to set the mood of the tattoo using color just like painting a wall.
Things to know
In general, this is what you should expect during a laser tattoo removal session:
- You’ll be given a pair of protective eye shields (If required).
- The technician will test your skin’s reaction to the laser to determine the most effective energy for treatment.
- The technician uses the laser to pass pulses of intense light through the top layers of your skin that will be absorbed by the tattoo pigment only.
Your technician will give you specific aftercare instructions.
In general, apply antibacterial ointment to your skin for several days following each procedure. The ointment will help heal your skin and reduce the risk of infection. Change the wound dressing each time you apply the ointment.
For at least the next two weeks:
- Keep the treated area clean and dry.
- Avoid wearing tight clothing.
- Avoid exposing the treated area to direct sunlight.
- Don’t pick at any scabs or blisters that form.