|Originally posted by srussell0018 |
Not if you take good care of your skin. Sun is the number one cause of them fading so if you properly use sunblock they should retain their color a lot longer. I just say that with hers because it's such a huge level of detail in a very small area. That's just not going to age well, and most artists won't agree to do something like that (unless they just don't care) because they know it won't look well 10, 15, 20 years from now.
Well, the only reason I say that it fades is with the first tattoo I got was on my arm and I am not the type of guy that walks in the sun without a shirt and it is never exposed and then I didn't get another tattoo for 10 years but on the same arm making a mixed match type of halve sleeve and you can see the fadedness of the first one since they are right next to each other.
It's just the years, it doesn't look bad but it looks dull compared to.
But the subsequent collision of fools...
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