Although, there still are negative issues about having tattoos, they are becoming more and more mainstream and it is showing no signs of backing off. In getting a tattoo, safety should always be vigilantly observed to avoid medical issues. You can do this by only going to tattoo shops and tattoo artists that are fully licensed. Slower healing means greater risk for infection. And infection is one thing you don't want to have with your new tattoo.
Some people who are either into the art of tattooing or into elaborate tattoos like dragon tattoos, which is a perfect example, prefer to have a full length dragon inked on their body with the tail of the dragon starting from their foot or ankle, coiling its way up ending with its head in an elaborate back piece. Dragon tattoos such as these are done in segments in different sessions to allow gradual healing. Lower foot tattoos are also prone to infections, which is why most tattoo artists are more careful when it comes to foot tattoos.
Getting a tattoo means a needle will be stuck in your skin multiple times, deep enough to make you bleed a little. Before getting a tattoo, it is better if you had your tetanus shots completed, just to be on the safe side. If you have diabetes, known allergies, skin infections, and low immune system, you might want to think twice about getting a tattoo. Also, if you are a colloid-former, it's better not to have the tattoo at all, be it