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There are three critical components to a great tattoo, the tattoo design, the inks chosen for the tattoo, the tattoo artist. When all these things come together the result can be a really fantastic tattoo that will last and look good for years to come. If any one of these components is missing then the result is less than desired. If more than one thing is out of place then the result can be a horrible tattoo.
Each individual should take some responsibility for their own tattoo design. But what about the tattoo artist, do they have some responsibility too?. After all in a number of cases they will be paid $120/hr or more. The artist should assist the user understand the structure of the detail and inks involved. Most customers do not know that various color inks are made from different base materials whether they are metals or plastics. Each will fair differently over time as components of the pigments are absorbed by the lymph nodes of the customer.
There can also be a need to make sure there is proper detail as some inks will dull in a way that can make a tattoo unattractive over time. However an inexperienced body art artist can be a total catastrophe. Need I say more?
Finally, I have to mention that people make a huge mistake in getting a tattoo in a place that is likely to transform over time, which frankly could be all over the place. Those tight abs and buns could turn to beer bellies and padunk-a-dunks. Once that body art is stretched to twice its original size it is sure to lose some of its flare.