| Questions and Answers || Skin Tattoo Ink Used In Any Case
Do not know the students, the KTV has encountered cases where customers request tattooed skin color to cover old, faded, ugly and outdated tattoos?
Miss Tram has met a number of such customers, but must consult immediately, analyze what is lost when using stacked tattoo ink after doing, to let customers understand this is SHOULD NOT.
In addition, this color tattoo ink is also used by KTV and art tattoo artists in the following cases:
- Fix the state of slicks after tattooing.
- Cover areas of vitiligo.
- Cover keloids for many reasons.
- Covering uneven skin tone with mild intensity.
- Delete unnecessary lines after tattooing.
Although this skin tattoo ink will help repair time faster and save costs, but there are many potential risks of damaging the skin:
- Ink only works for a short time, causing patchy (in case of overlapping tattoos).
- If you want to completely remove the tattoo, you will have to remove both layers of tattoo ink at the same time.
Highly infectious diseases, deep lesions due to repeated skin manipulation.
So, when you want to use this ink color, KTV needs to consider it so useful and reasonable too!
Refer to the information of popular courses (depending on your preference) to get started with beauty:
- Tattooing, Embroidery, Sculpting Course (Eyebrow - Eyelid - Lip)
- Basic Eyebrow Cosmetologist Training Course - Professional Enhancement.
- Beauty Skin Care Course Professional Beauty Spa: Focus on acne, pitted scars and skin rejuvenation safely.
- Basic Mi Advanced - Vocational Training Course.
- Basic - Professional Skincare Spa Training Course
- Professional Training Course For Advanced Tattoo Techniques
Please contact Miss Tram immediately for more advice on the study path and see if you are suitable for this career or not!
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