Choosing the Right Tattoo Artist
Tattoo Artist – With all this information you’re ready to make some calls. Pick up the phone (or go personally) and talk to the preselected artists. Chat a little about your idea, what style you want to get, which are the possible spots in your body, what should and what shouldn’t your tattoo have, what colors you would like, etc. Ask a little about the procedure and what sanitation measures they take. These steps are of vital importance, because you must feel comfortable talking to your artist; if you don’t, then you may consider other options. On the other hand, avoid any studio that lacks taking appropriate care of hygiene.
Having done all this, you can consider yourself ready. If you don’t have a design yet, you can let the artist create one for you (this is usually the best recommendation, given that real artists are experts in this field). Artists charge for their time and designing a tattoo takes time. But considering this is something you’ll wear for life, you better be ready to spend some money in the designs as well as in the tattooing process.
By following this guideline you will be closer to find a tattoo artist that not only works fine and takes the appropriate hygiene measures, but who also gets along with you. And when this happens, you can be sure your tattoo, as well as the process of getting it, will be the best you can get.