Shitty tattoos are more common than you might think. Laser removal, in the best-case scenario, can only kinda lighten a tattoo. Even after spending some serious dough, complete removal remains difficult. So, why not consider the alternative: covering it with a tattoo you’ll actually like? With years of experience in the art of tattoo cover-ups and extensive knowledge of techniques acquired throughout his journeys, Dave has the expertise required to tackle even the most difficult tattoo cover-ups. It’s important not to trust your cover-up to just anyone. Often, the tattoo doesn’t necessarily have to be very dark for an effective cover-up.
Contact Third Son Tattoo, and together, we can figure out a way to get rid of that shitty tattoo. Discover the best tattoo cover-ups in Kelowna, British Columbia and regain your confidence with fresh ink that’ll make you proud.
What Most Artists Won’t Tell You.
Choosing laser removal is not a mandatory step. While it can make the tattooing process easier for your tattoo artist, it may not always be required. Tattooing itself can already be pretty expensive, and its important that you work with a professional with a well-established artist when it comes to cover-ups.
Dave’s extensive experience working with renowned artists over the years has given him valuable knowledge, including techniques for effectively covering up bad tattoos. Your search for a way to hide that shitty tattoo doesn’t need to cost an arm and a leg. Dave is well-equipped to help you in hiding that old tattoo and getting something awesome instead.
Your Three Choices.
- First, there’s the laser option. It’s one way to remove a tattoo, but it’s important to know that it might not completely get rid of the tattoo, especially if it’s not black. It can also be expensive and more painful than getting a tattoo. Sometimes, a few laser sessions can make it easier to cover up the old tattoo, but it’s not always necessary.
- The second option is to make the tattoo bigger or add to it. This can be a good idea for some people, but it can also go wrong. Imagine having a small tattoo you don’t like, and then making it bigger. It might not turn out how you hoped. It’s important to choose your tattoo artist carefully and to be open to their ideas. They can help you decide what will work best. While it’s a collaborative process, it’s a good idea to trust their experience. Remember, the last thing you want is a bigger tattoo you don’t like, which also applies to the third option.
- The third choice is to do a tattoo cover-up. This is the most challenging option of the three. You may not be able to completely hide the old tattoo, and it might show through over time. The success of a cover-up depends on the colours, design, and subject matter. It’s not as simple as just putting one tattoo over another, and it doesn’t have to be black. But you’ll have to work with the tattoo artist to make sure you end up with a new tattoo that you’ll be happy with.