Inked Mag Staff
December 21st, 2021
Your 2022 Tattoo Resolutions
These are resolutions you'll actually want to keep!
2022 is upon us and that means we have a year of new tattoos to look forward to. We know that many of you are working on making resolutions, but let’s be real, no one follows those anyways. Be honest, did you even use your gym membership after February? However, if there are resolutions we can keep, it’s tattoo resolutions. We want our readers to get the best work possible, therefore we’ve mapped out 10 tattoo resolutions we recommend you follow for 2022. Take a look at our resolutions in the gallery below and then let us know your tattoo resolutions in the comments section on social media.
Start a Sleeve
We know you’ve wanted a sleeve for years and 2022 is your year to make it happen.
Start a Backpiece
A backpiece is a huge commitment, both in time and money, but we promise it’s totally worth it.
Try a New Style
There are hundreds of tattoo styles to choose from and artists are make up new ones nearly every single day. Step outside of your comfort zone.
Tip Your Artists
We hope that you’ve been tipping your artist prior to 2022, but if you haven’t, it’s time to get on it.
Travel to Get a Tattoo
There are so many amazing artists out there, so it’s about damn time you left your hometown.
Take Good Care of Your Ink
In order to keep your tattoos looking great for the long haul it’s important to stay moisturized, drink lots of water and keep your ink out of direct sunlight.
Cover Up That Ugly Tattoo
It’s time you said goodbye to the tattoo you can’t stand and say hello to something better.
Get Laser Removal
If a coverup isn’t in the cards, start the laser removal process.
Keep your ink looking fresh by layering on the sunscreen. Your ink will thank you.
Invest in Quality Work
We live by the saying “Good tattoos aren’t cheap and cheap tattoos aren’t good.”
Inspired by Japanese culture and anime, MimiSama combines old school methods with modern technology in her unique style of tattooing
He fights in the UFC, fronts a punk band, runs a clothing line and does a little stand-up comedy on the side—so, yeah, Andre “Touchy” Fili is all the way alive