Foot tattoos are considered an in-thing nowadays. Those who choose to have one often consider some factors such as the quality of ink, the pain that it can cause while going through the procedure, the design, and the skill of the artist. There are foot tattoos that are considered quality ones that do not fade easily no matter how often they get in contact with fabrics such as socks, or stockings, and shoe materials such as leather, and the like.
There are some tips on how to care for foot tattoos. First, if you are somebody who loves flip-flops, then put sunscreen on the tattoo area. That will allow some moisture and sun protection to sip in that will avoid sun burn or peeling. Second, it is best that you relax your feet by not wearing socks or stocking, and shoes all the time. During moments that you are just at home, going through your chores can also give time for your feet to be rid of its covers. This will also lessen the contact of the tattoo to any surface. Third, since it is marked in a part that is often in contact with dirty areas, then it is also wise that you clean your feet properly. But do not use hard and rough scrubs on the tattooed area.
Through the process of carving the tattoo on your foot, you may be able to feel painful sensations since the feet are not fleshy areas that might help cushion the pain. It is a bony structure and therefore it may hurt more than other parts. But still, not many may feel the same way. Right after the procedure, do not immediately cover it with your shoes. Rather, let it breathe out and let the wound heal for a while. That is why in choosing to have a foot tattoo it is appropriate to choose a time that you are not required to be wearing foot wear, or that you are to do strenuous activities that may require too much walking. To get a good foot tattoo follow these simple rules and always ask the advice of a tattoo expert such as your tattoo artist.