How do we figure out when we should clean it off and when we should keep it?
This article will explore tattoo removal in general, its methods, tips, and dangers. If you’d like to explore this topic further, there are a wealth of great free PDFs to read (and download) at the very bottom of the page.
How Tattoos Are Done
“There’s a saying on the tattoo industry: “I’ll tattoo that asshole, and you fuck me. For $4, you do my ass.” It’s almost a running joke. They’re just saying that, for the price you’re getting fucked.”
In many cases, tattoos are an attempt to make you look or sound better than someone else. That’s why there’s a huge number of free downloadable tattoo removal guides floating around the internet, which are generally focused on doing your best to give the worst assholes a tattoo that reflects their own awful personality.
The Internet has many tattoo removal resources. In order to get started, we’ll go over three popular tattoo removal methods:
Injector Tattoos – These tattoos should NOT be injected. It only ends up looking gross and embarrassing. If you decide to try this method, try to start off small and get to know your body first. Don’t start drawing your butt off for no reason, or the next week you can end up with a whole lotta work to do.
Paintable Tattoo Removal – If you want to work on a tattoo, you’ll want to know how to get an actual tattoo without the hassle.
Painless Tattoo Removal – One of the main attractions of tattoo removal is the clean, painless procedure. You won’t even notice that you’re getting the tattoo removed.
The Painless Method
Painless tattoo removal isn’t a term you hear much, and it’s a bit of a misnomer to use, as you’re actually getting the tattoo removed all by itself. We’ll talk more about painless tattoo removal shortly, but this is the method, the method that got me on this list.
Basically, the painless tattoo removal method is to first cover the tattoo with a protective shield. This is done by getting one of these tattoo removal shields for your home, office, or car. The process is pretty much the same, but that shield helps protect your skin from the tattoo’s painkiller and