If you’re considering getting a Minecraft tattoo, you definitely need to check out these Minecraft tattoo ideas.
For many of us, Minecraft was a fun part of our childhood and continues to hold a special place in our hearts as we’ve become adults. That’s what I love so much about this game.
Minecraft doesn’t only appeal to the younger generation. Minecraft appeals to adults too. This game allows us to all come together no matter our age and have a good time.
If you’re planning on getting a colored tattoo, I’m sharing a few tips for getting a vibrant colorful tattoo throughout this post.
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Colored Tattoos Cost More Money
Tattoos that are not done with strictly black ink typically cost more money. That’s because you’re using more ink when getting a colored tattoo. Unlike a black ink tattoo that’s usually an outline of an image, a colored tattoo is filling in those outlines, therefore using more ink.
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Colored Tattoos Take More Time
Typically, getting a colored tattoo takes more time. This is simply because of the time it takes to color in your tattoo. Not only does more time usually means more money, but it always means you may need to have your tattoo worked on in multiple sessions.
Some people want their tattoo to be completed in one session. If that’s you, make sure you talk to your artist about how many sessions it will take to complete your tattoo.
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Consider Your Skin Tone and Undertones
Your skin tone and undertone will affect how different colors appear on your skin.
Your skin tone is the actual color of your skin. For example, fair, light, medium and dark. Your undertone is the color that lies beneath the surface of your skin. For example, cool, neutral, and warm.
Different colors will show differently on your skin, depending on your undertone. Make sure you talk to your tattoo artist about this beforehand. They will have experience in knowing what the finished tattoo will look like.
Continue reading below to read my tips for determining your undertone.
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How to Find Your Undertone
I’ll admit that determining your undertone can be tricky. That’s why I recommended talking to your tattoo artists about finding out what your undertone is.
As I mentioned earlier, the three undertones are cool, warm, and neutral.
Cool includes pink, red, or blueish undertones. Warm includes golden, yellow and peachy undertones. And neutral is a mixture of warm and cool.
Check out this post by Clatchet Chronicles to discover three easy ways to find your undertone.
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