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Dec 18, 2007 05:08 PM 4482 Views
(Updated Sep 16, 2008 12:02 PM)

* Could not find a better category than this to post the


review * * Now do not give me that stare. It indeed is a part of personal


grooming


(for me at least).


Preview


I am an impulsive buyer and doer. When I was buying things for my place like


Refrigerator or TV or Washing Machine et al, or When I wanted to visit a place


or choose amongst flights, I always either went by my instinct or by the most


convenient process where I do not have to do comparison between products. I am


just not cut out to do that kind of sorting considering I am hopelessly


restless. And that is why you will rarely see me rating any product/service,


now few others: do not again give that stare.


Ok. So I did it finally and got myself pampered with a permanent Tattoo. Now,


many will disagree saying how can that be a subject of being pampered as the


process would have taken the sh!t out of me. Well, yes it indeed was hurting


but it wasn’t awfully agonizing. It was as good as taking an injection, only a


continuous and lengthy one.


How it all began?


I have been using temporary stickers(no, not the boomer


ones) as tattoo for quite some time now and was happy doing it. A permanent one


was never in my scheme of things or in any sort of "blah-blah things to do


before blah-blah"


So, when I got the impulse to go for a permanent one I told


couple of friends and they advised me to consult few others who have done that.


Much to my dismay, I did ask and spent some time on Google and related sites.


After 3 days of extensive search and 10 to 12 calls later, I zeroed in on a


place and fixed appointment only to be informed a day in advance that the


person is going out of station and my appointment needs to be rescheduled. Now


what do I say to that? I spend so much time and at the end of it I am told to


do it later. But I was mentally prepared and was all set to go for it. So, I


called Just Dial services and asked for numbers of few permanent tattoo makers


in and around my area. I chose 2 randomly depending upon the distance from my


house and called them. One guy did not pick up. The other one picked up and I


asked for an appointment straightaway. He was quite puzzled as I did not ask


for any details and wanted just an appointment. He had a free slot. He again


asked me whether I want to know other details. All I said I will check for your


certification tomorrow when I come, right now I just want an appointment. So there


was I next day at the appointed hour. My best friend joined me as I was with


her last year when she had a cupid done on her back. The lady had screamed like


a dying fox and I had to stuff my handkerchief in her mouth, and later I had


fun telling all our friends about it. So this was time for her to take revenge.


She could not miss this chance at any cost.


It’s happening


finally.


I had couple of designs in my mind, the usual one which the


lady politely rejected. And she chose what I called an ugly dragon. I had


chosen the cupid for her so it was her go. So, a dragon it was.


Puneet, the tattoo maker and my karta dharta of those two odd hours was a huge guy with equally


huge tattoos on both his hands and on left side of his neck. I am not going to


get into the workings of the preparation. But he did give me chance to open the


new needle all by myself to assure it is new and unused. The dragon I chose was


of size 4 inch by 2 inch. That’s quite a big one in true sense. Of course the


color I chose for the body was black and for wings I went with dark blue as it


looked awesome on paper. The procedure took about 90 odd minutes. And not even


once I cried or screamed much to the disappointment of the lady. So, there was


I 2 hours later with a dragon on my left arm saying Hi to me.


However, you need to know few things before you go for it.


Like, the removal of a permanent tattoo is doubly expensive than getting it


done in the first place. And even if you get rid of it, it might leave an ugly


scar. There are few myths surrounding it. That you may fall sick, you will get


allergic reaction and so on. But they are all bull sh!t. its been 3 days now for


me and I am alive and kicking. Nonetheless, you need to take care of few things


as mentioned below.


1)


Avoid exposure to direct sun.


2) Wear cotton and do not let synthetic and nylon come in contact with it. If


wearing a synthetic/nylon cloth, put a cotton tee or cover the area tattooed


with a cotton fabric.


3) Do not put hot water. Use only cold water. If habituated of taking bath with


hot water, cover the area first.


4) Apply Neosporin ointment 4 times a day for the first three days on the tattooed


area and switch to coconut oil after 3 days.


5) After applying coconut oil first few times, observe closely. If skin gets


rashes in the surrounding area, stop using coconut oil and switch to Johnson’s


baby oil.


So, these are just few things to be kept in mind.  Ah,


who says the job is over after it is done? But they are no big deal tasks and


can be followed without much difficulty.


So, I leave you now at this point making many wonder


whether to go for it or not. It’s all personal choice and given right kind of


treatment by right person, it can be quite pleasant experience.  And rest


of you who are not wondering and are quite sure you will never do something


like this; come on, start admiring my tattoo at least.


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