TAT raised tattoo

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  1. kaps

    kaps :lurk: OT Supporter

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    I have a tattoo on my upper arm, its about 6 years old. As long as I can remember you could feel it when running your fingers across it, certain spots more-so than others. It has been kinda dull in the bigger black spots (Iron Cross in wire). Figure you guys know what it might be, meaning to get another and it would be nice to know the answer before. (allergic/not deep enough?) No one I ask knows, but none were pros besides when I got it done.

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  2. Buttons

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    could be that the tattoo was done too deep and scarred your skin
     
  3. AstroGirl

    AstroGirl If I don't respond it's because I have severe ADD

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    Her mosa? ITS MY MOSA!!!
    Yeah mine is a little raised in the middle, but it is really dark and deep. So I am not complaining.
     
  4. kuzikan

    kuzikan New Member

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    someone once told me it happens because of reactions in your skin oil and the ink. all the ones i have alternate being a little raised from time to time.
     
  5. trez157

    trez157 You can't trust freedom when it's not in your hand

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    My first tat came out that way too. You can run your hand across it and feel it, kinda sucks, but nothing really noticeable. Just one of those things I guess
     
  6. xela

    xela So say we all!

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    Mine only raises if I'm anxious or really nervous.
     

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