Bruising around fresh tattoo - Big Tattoo Planet Community ...

Apr 04, 2013 · Bruising around fresh tattoo. Hi there, I got a new tatoo on Saturday, on the inner side of my upper arm, so it is a bitt flabby there The area is quite bruised, spreading around away from the tattoo. Just wondering if this is normal? It's not my first tattoo, but it's the first that's bruised up like that. It was done somewhere very reputable ...…

Bruising around tattoo? Yahoo Answers

Mar 29, 2009 · I Got a tattoo of long island and my skin bruised around the outline. yes my bruising went away. but it might be bleeding of the ink if the tattoo artist screwed up so in a couple weeks of it doesnt go away go back to where you got the tattoo to see if there is anything they can do to fix it…

Ink bleeding? brusing?

Jan 29, 2007 · My tattoo is almost entirely healed (its been almost two weeks), but there is this ink colored "cloud" around the tattoo, almost as if the area is bruised or as if excess ink has been smudged lightly around the tattoo. The tattoo lines are distinct, there is just this faint green tint surrounding the whole tattoo like a cloud.…

Tattoo bruising, What are causes and what should I do ...

Apr 17, 2011 · Tattoo bruising, What are causes and what should I do? Hey everyone, I did a tattoo for one of my friends last weekend and he recently sent me a picture of it and it looks like it's bruising pretty bad. Can anyone tell me the cause of this and what he should keep doing to make it heal properly? Also when this tattoo was finish we put a and d ...…

What is Tattoo Blowout?

Yes, that’s tattoo blowout. Anywhere from a couple days to six months after a fresh tattoo, a tattoo’s ink can start to spread out under the skin to cause a blurred effect. Keep reading to find out more about the causes of tattoo blowout and how to avoid getting a tattoo ……

Infected Tattoo: Signs and Treatments TatRing

In general, it's normal to have swelling and redness around your tattoo for about 48 hours after you first get it done. However, the pain, inflammation, and redness should get better with time, not worse. How much pain and swelling you have depends on where the tattoo is and how big it is.…