To be frank, our body changes. Especially as you approach your thirties, you are likely to gain a few pounds each year. Well, gaining or losing weight can cause your tattoo to alter its shape. It happens to both men and women. If you have a big belly and are thinking about getting a tattoo, we recommend that you lose some weight from your body before getting a tattoo. If you fit any of the following descriptions, our advice to you is to remove excess fat prior to tattooing.

(1) You are fully charged and determined to lose a lot of weight in a short time.

(2) You are likely to develop stretch marks when you are losing weight.

(3) You are losing weight and your age is turning against you. Your skin is losing a bit of elasticity.

If you are thinking of putting on muscle mass very quickly on steroids, there is no guarantee that your tattoo will stay in shape. Still, it depends on the location of your tattoo. If your tattoo is inscribed in an area where you don’t intend to accumulate mass, then you don’t need to worry too much.

For women, pregnancy can alter the shape of your tattoo. During this period, your belly stretches a lot, which can drastically distort the shape of your tattoo. Our advice to women is to stay away from the belly area.

In general, if you are rapidly losing and gaining a lot of weight, we recommend that you get a tattoo after your transformation. Of course, there is no denying that a tattoo looks best on a fit and toned body. This can become a positive reinforcement for you to stay fit and make the most of every skin you get. And if you haven’t gotten your first tattoo yet, that’s a great reason to start working out now for a body to match and highlight the beauty of the tattoo.

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