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Does it hurt to do tattoos?

The question of whether it hurts to get a tattoo torments not only those who are just about to decorate their bodies with tattoos, but also those who have already gone through one procedure and are determined to hammer another part of the body.

Yes, if this is not your first time on our site, then you know that in the section for tattoo places it is described in detail where it is most painful to make tattoos. However, part of the body is not the only criterion for how strong feelings you get during the procedure. Answering the question whether it is painful to get a tattoo, you need to pay attention to the following factors.

I EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATION OF THE MASTER
This is perhaps the main and most obvious factor that can affect the pain of the process. The artist should not only be able to transfer the sketch well to the body, but also be able to use painkillers, pauses, if necessary. Different types of needles, different types of machines are suitable for different types of patterns, and all this affects the sensations.

II PLACE FOR TATTOOS
As we said before, a lot depends on the part of the body on which the tattoo is stuffed. If the sensations on the chest or arms are quite moderate, then during the procedure on the eyelids, feet, armpits or ribs it may seem that you are in hell. The degree of sensations on a particular part of the body depends on two main aspects:

the number of nerve endings located in this area;
the amount of meat or fat between the skin and bone (the closer the skin to the bone, the more painful it is to get a tattoo)
Of course, any pain can be endured and a little later we will give some tips on how best to do it. But, if you are too susceptible, think twice before clogging hypersensitive skin areas.

III PAIN THRESHOLD
It’s no secret that all people have their own degree of susceptibility to pain. It is believed that men are more resistant to any discomfort, which is logical. Therefore, basically the question of whether it is painful to get a tattoo is interested in the fair sex. In any case, tolerance towards pain is developed over time and can be trained, so if the first tattoo was hard for you, then the third will not bring much discomfort.

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IV DURATION OF THE PROCEDURE
The more complex the tattoo, the more time it will take to realize it. To draw all the small details or paint over a solid surface, the master will have to work on the same area for some time. This inadvertently leads to the fact that this area is irritated by the needle, which, of course, enhances the pain. That is why large works are distributed over several visits to the artist’s tattoo. You can always break off and finish the job when the skin heals.
These are the main factors that affect how painful a tattoo is. If you are still afraid and unsure whether to put your body under such stress, here are some tips on how to smooth your senses.

Internal mood
Do not overload yourself about the pain. Tattooing is far from the harshest of what we have to endure every day. Muscle pain after sports training, sensations during hair removal, childbirth, in the end, – compared with this, the sensations during tattooing are more like tickling.

Music, movies, TV shows, books
Usually one session takes several hours, and when we are not busy with anything, we unwittingly begin to concentrate on our feelings. Therefore, the most logical in this situation is simply to distract. Believe me, the master will only be happy if you take a book or music. I do not think that there are artists who like to chat during work. Therefore, do not hesitate to use any methods that will entertain you, but will not distract the tattoo master.

Anesthesia Methods
In some salons, clients are offered general anesthesia for the duration of the session. This procedure is associated with some risk, so if possible it is better to avoid it, and there is no great need for it. Today, every professional tattoo artist uses special ointments for tattoos, gels and sprays based on benzocalin and lidocaine during work, which not only reduce pain, but also reduce skin irritation.

Be in good shape
Before visiting the tattoo parlor, you need to sleep, have lunch, take a shower. Do not come to the master tired, sweaty and hungry. In no case should you drink alcohol or drugs before the session (and never at all). All this is not only unpleasant for the artist, but also directly affects the sensations during the procedure and, which is extremely important, the healing process after it.

Know other ways to deal with pain? Share in the comments. In conclusion, I will say that the best way to combat discomfort is endorphin, the hormone of happiness secreted by our body. The joy that a qualitatively made tattoo brings us is enough to endure any torment!

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