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So last week I got my second tattoo, and apparently my artist did not understand what I wanted at all, despite showing her reference photos and the style of my first tattoo. I wanted some violets in a very abstract, watercolor style. The attached photos were the only ones small enough, but they were my refs (first for the fade style, next two for the water color/abstractness), this is my first tattoo (that I love), and these are my new tattoo. Turns out, I absolutely hate what I ended up with. Like, have to take my glasses off to clean it, hate it. One way or another, it has to go. Is there any possibility a cover up or rework of it could even work? It's a lot bulkier than I wanted originally, so I'm kind of inclined to think it couldn't without being much, much bigger than I want. I'm tempted to just call it a complete loss and start researching tattoo removal, but I wanted to check if there's any chance to save it first. Thank you in advance, I would really appreciate any thoughts you might have. P.S. Also, I know it's technically a beautiful piece of work, I'm not criticizing the quality of the piece out of context. It's just very much not the style I wanted or like for myself.
Hello guys, I am not an tattoo artist but subscribed here as you are experienced and might be the only people around to help. I have a bad tattoo and looking for cover-up. I have done 3 laser sessions and the color faded out. the problem is the tattoo is really big and black. Here are some pictures of it and some ideas that I found and think that might be ok for cover-up will come shortly. Please let me know what you think or should I just get more laser sessions done? I am ok with the top part of the tattoo and would like to keep it. The problem is the mess/tribal below that I would like to get rid of/cover it somehow. All feedback is appreciated.