The Fall Tattooing Blog

How Tattoos Work: Everything You Need To Know

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Whether you're inked from head to toe or planning your first body art piece, you may still be curious about how tattoos work.

What are the needles doing to your skin? How does ink get deposited into your tissue? And what's the deal with those little medical warnings that come with every tat?

Here's everything you need to know about how tattoos function, from the initial needle poke to the lasting impression. Keep reading to learn more.

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Cover-Up Tattoos: A Quick Guide

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Have you ever regretted getting a tattoo? Maybe you didn’t like how it looked, or it wasn’t the right design for you. If that’s the case, don’t worry—there are ways to fix up your tattoo.

This quick guide will look at cover-up tattoos: what they are, how they work, and some tips for getting one. So if you’re thinking about covering up an old tattoo, keep reading!

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Tattooing On Dark Skin: The Advanced Guide

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You’ve finally found the perfect Instagram-worthy tattoo. You’ve spent hours online choosing the best tattoo artist, but can they tattoo on darker skin types? 

Any tattoo artist worth their salt sees little difference between tattooing different skin types. Darker skin types aren’t tougher or thicker; they simply contain more melanosomes. 

Let’s see what differences you should keep in mind. 

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Cosmetic Tattooing: The Eyebrow Tattoo Methods

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Cosmetic tattooing is a form of body art becoming more popular each year. There are many excellent procedures to be done to help you achieve the look you desire. Among those is one of the most popular, the eyebrow tattoo.

There are multiple eyebrow tattoo methods, each with its characteristics and result. We compiled a list of these methods to ensure you find the right one for you. But first, let’s take a look at what eyebrow tattooing is and what all it entails.

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Piercing Aftercare Instructions by The Fall

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Well done! You bit the bullet and got a new piece of body art; now it’s time to heal. We are referring to your new piercing and your aftercare process. 

You are probably still a bit swollen and feeling that tender tissue ache. Well, with the help of this quick guide, you will feel better in no time, ready for your next piece of body art. 

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