You may have had a great idea for a tattoo. The artwork may be awesome but maybe there are some hues that are a bit too bright or a part that you'd like to modify. Covering up some of the tattoo and having your artist re-work it is possible after you've had Tattoo lightening to make room for tattoo corrections.
Below are some reasons that tattoo lightening may be beneficial prior to re-working your tattoo artwork.
- Correct Bad Tattoo Artwork - Your artist may not have exactly pinned the design that you had in mind, or possibly the coloring it too bright. Whatever your reasons are, you don't need to be unsatisfied with your tattoo when there's a solution to fix it. However, to make your repaired tattoo blend in more effectively, lighten up your old tattoo before your artist begins to re-work it.
- More Affordable and Takes Less Time - Tattoo lightening treatment is much less expensive than fully removing it. The procedure takes less time than total removal as well. By fading, your artist will have a smoother, easier canvas to work on for the updated artwork. You will have a better ultimate result because the old tattoo can be hidden perfectly under your new tattoo with more vibrant and crispier lines and shades. The number of treatment sessions depends on the amount of ink, the size of your old design, and the shades that you want to remove.
- Safety - Professionals with the right training perform the tattoo lightening treatment, so you are guaranteed that the procedure is safe.