If you need your black tattoo removed, it will often be necessary to have a black tattoo artist remove it. You may need to get a tattoo removal technique that is good enough to replace the one that is used. Read more about black tattoo removal procedures.
Does black hair cover up my black tattoo?
No! The tattoo will usually be left looking bright yellow, brown or grey, but if you notice the tattoo covers your hair then it may be because it is a natural colour of black hair. Read more about black hair and tattoos.
How much will my tattoo cost?
It is not advisable to go out and buy the tattoo in bulk. Instead, it is advisable to pay a little money to get it professionally done for around £5. This includes all the labelling and handling which involves putting a layer of masking on top of the tattoo before it can be removed on the surface under a microscope. Tattoos are much cheaper on average to get done by a professional than by a novice. To learn more about tattoo prices, visit our Black Tattoo Prices page.
Can tattoos be a good way of gaining weight?
It is unclear whether tattoos can help a person gain weight. However, an interesting study was carried out when a group of people were asked to go on an exercise programme to lose an average of two pounds each week for a period of three weeks. The study concluded the fact that people who wore certain tattoos (such as a certain type of tattoo and certain types of piercings) were thought to be more likely to exercise to lose weight. Read more about tattoo weight loss.
Can black blood stop my tattoo?
This question is likely to bring up an interesting question, especially if you are black yourself – in this case that means being a member of the black community. While it is not known whether the blood from the tattoo can stop or affect the tattoo – if it does then a doctor will most likely be asked to help you get rid of it with your existing tattoo or a temporary one. Read more about the blood circulation of black people.
Can black people have red blood cells, as well as blue, green or ochre skin?
The blood cells (which are responsible for producing oxygen for your muscles and brain) are red (rhyme blood, which is found in the skin of many animals), blue or dark-green and ochre in the skin of some humans. But while you’ll find red or blue
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