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New tattoo? Then you should consider this!

New tattoo? Then you should consider this!

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Planlegger du å ta en ny tatovering? Å ta en ny tættis er både en spennende, personlig og unik opplevelse, derfor er det viktig å forberede seg riktig for å sikre at resultatet blir så bra som mulig. Her har du en liste over ting du bør og IKKE bør gjøre før du setter deg i tatoveringsstolen.

Are you planning to get a new tattoo? Getting a new tattoo is both an exciting, personal, and unique experience, so it's important to prepare properly to ensure that the result is as good as possible. Here's a list of things you should and should NOT do before sitting in the tattoo chair.

Here are some things you should do:

Research Tattoo Studios:
Choose an experienced tattoo artist with a solid portfolio and good reviews, and most importantly, one who excels in the style you're looking for. Feel free to ask for references and look at their previous work. Are you looking for color tattoos, realism tattoos, hyperrealism, micro-realism, cover-ups, fine line, dot work, or portrait tattoos in Oslo? Take a look at our tattoo artists here:

Diet and Hydration:
Eat a healthy meal before your tattoo appointment, preferably one with enough proteins and vitamins. Being well-hydrated also helps make your skin more receptive to the ink.

Make sure to get a good night's sleep before coming to us. Being well-rested will better prepare you for pain and can aid your body in the healing process.

Consider Pain Relief:
If you're concerned about pain, discuss with the tattoo artist about using numbing creams or anesthetics. This can make the experience more comfortable, although pain is part of the experience for many.

Wear comfortable clothes that provide access to the area to be tattooed. Avoid tight clothing that may rub against the tattoo afterwards.

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Here are some things you should NOT do:

Drinking Alcohol:
Avoid alcohol the day before your tattoo appointment. Alcohol can thin the blood, which may lead to increased bleeding during the tattooing process. Plus, dealing with a hangover isn't particularly pleasant either.

Using Drugs:
Avoid recreational drugs or prescription medications that may affect blood clotting or your general condition. Consult your doctor if you're unsure whether your medications may pose challenges. Feel free to call us at [phone number] and we'll gladly answer any questions you may have.

Sun Exposure:
Avoid overexposure to the sun in the days leading up to your tattoo appointment. Sunburn can cause discomfort during the tattooing process and may affect the outcome.

Diet Habits:
Avoid excessive intake of caffeine and spicy foods before your tattoo appointment, as this may increase discomfort and raise blood pressure.

Try to keep stress levels low. Stress can affect the pain experience and the healing process negatively.

Remember! Proper preparation before a tattoo is crucial for achieving a successful result. Follow these guidelines to ensure a smooth and comfortable tattooing experience. Remember that good communication with your tattoo artist is also key to a successful outcome, so don't hesitate to ask questions and discuss any concerns you may have.