With the advent of smartphones and the proliferation of tattoo and body paint companies, it’s become quite easy to get a tattoo or paint job done.
And while it’s certainly not a cure-all for all tattoo and paint issues, there are some simple steps you can take to help you minimize the impact of your tattoo or body paint on your skin.
The first step is to get rid of the tattoo ink.
A lot of people swear by tattoo ink because it’s a permanent tattoo.
If your ink doesn’t stick to your skin, you can always clean it with a cotton swab.
If you’re concerned about how much it’ll stick to you, it can also be removed with a small piece of paper towel.
But you can’t just leave your ink on for a few weeks.
Tattoo ink will start to build up on your body once it’s dried, so if you’re worried about getting the tattoo, you might want to wait a couple weeks to see if your ink can be completely removed.
The second step is washing your hair.
Hair can get a little oily and dry, and the closer you get to the sun, the more you’ll sweat and your skin will become more irritated.
Washing your hair with soap and water will help dry the excess and will also reduce your chances of developing breakouts.
But even though you won’t need to worry about the tattoo and skin paint sticking to your body for a long time, there is a small chance that your tattoo will leave a mark.
If it does, it could cause irritation and even break out in the future.
The third step is going for a haircut.
The hair on your back will grow back after a while, so there’s no need to get your hair cut again.
However, if you have long hair, you’ll want to get it cut more often.
In fact, a haircut is a great way to get the body paint off, because it’ll make the hair feel more manageable.
If that hair grows back, you won (hopefully) have a healthy and shiny new hair.
To finish off your hair, apply a little moisturizer.
It may sound like a weird idea, but if you don’t apply it in a timely fashion, it’ll leave a red mark on your scalp.