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Tattoo artist sort of screwed up.

  • 27-01-2022 10:35pm
    Registered Users Posts: 481 ✭✭ alleystar

    I got a tattoo recently on my wrist. When the tattoo artist was doing it, I kind of registered the screw up (he used too big a needle) but I thought it may be okay as he was wiping away the ink and there was blood, so it was difficult to make out what's what.

    Now that I have my bandage off, the first letter and full stop (which he started with) stick out like a sore thumb compared to the rest of the font. I'm a bit annoyed as I paid €150 for it (that's with a €30 tip) for 10 minutes of very simple work. Even when the owner asked to look at it, I could see his reaction. The guy seemed to know what he was supposed to be doing as he assured me at the beginning of his 27 years experience.

    I know I'll probably be advised to go back to them, but I have not a notion how he would even fix it. It's just a simple quote on my wrist. I didn't want anything elaborate or showy. Any advice?