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is it safe to get a tattoo with a home made gun you made yourself ?

I made a tattoo gun dl u think its safe to have some one do my tattoos with it

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I have never seen a good looking "home made" tattoo. Plus the risk for infection is pretty high. Just because you made it doesn't it is sterile.

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point but trust its sterile
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yes if you know you can trust them

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no. GOD no. T-T

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why not?
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I wouldn't take the chance of something going wrong. have you tested it?
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I know it works made plenty nd had no complaimts just seeing if its a good idea for me since I have none
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In that case, go for it. Srryfor the assumption.
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its kool I mean ur just speaking ur mind right
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no

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If you trust them and the needles on the gun are sterilized. Not judging but you know when you get old and wrinkley the tattoo will look like a living nightmare

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Example my grampa
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yeah I know but thes if I dont take care of my body then itll look like a night mare
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Point
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but yeah itll be my first tattoo
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dont get a tattoo
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Your first? Yeah might want at go to a shop for our first. It your choice I am stating my opinion. I only have one tattoo and it was when I was a baby for some ceremony in my mums old religion.
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kay nd wat religoin is tgat
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I don't know my mum gave it up when I was 2 she refuses to talk about it now. It was some thing that came from Africa
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Well I guess it's okay to tattoo yourself at home, but with a HOMEMADE gun? Hail to the No .-.

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everything is clean nd steralized nd I made it my self
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Just don't...just go to the parlor, they aren't that expensive...
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ok advice taken
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Yayyy :D
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yupp
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I think unless you're good at making them, you'd probably just shoot a needle into your arm. Doesn't sound like a good idea to me

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It's going to look bad, dude.

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u think so
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Absolutely not! Are you an idiot?

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nah I mean I made it my self needls clean
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Oh my, no need for the name calling 'Emmy'. That was rude.
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Oh then I sincerely apologises for my comment.
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LOL, WTF Cupcake? ;P Of course NOT! Only a professional tattoo..dude, lol, should do your tattoo. You don't have to take my advice but, I'm just trying to keep you safe and healthy. :)

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koo so since its my firs one have a pro do it
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Yes, I think it would be the responsible thing to do.
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truemtrue,point taken
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Lol, yup. And can you believe I'm only 14? LOL, I'm awesome! ;D
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ur young damn makes me feel old ..nd im only 18
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Haha! Sorry?;P
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its koo
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That's permanent so make sure who ever does it is a bad ass artist with experience. Any mess ups will not come off, make sure it's something you really want. Oh and sterilize the needle and switch needles in between users.

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kay
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Probably Not..

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Good tattoos aren't cheap and cheap tattoos aren't good.

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No.. but if the needle is clean and you have a steady hand, sure.

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yes nd
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yes
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No

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no not a very good idea at all

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HELL NO! I got my first tattoo from a professional. He went over the lines too many times in certain spots and gave me some nice infections from going over those areas so much (Myself and my boyfriend observed his movements while setting up and had it checked by other people as well--all agreed same reason). So on my pretty pink and purple tattoo, I have these giant white spots on half of my tattoo because the infection allowed my tissue to reject the ink.

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