When tattooing regardless which motif and which color you choose, the tattoo needle pierces the skin. The permanent up and down movement of the needle brings the color pigments under the skin piece by piece. The destination of the color pigments is the middle layer of the skin. On the one hand, this is so deep that it is no longer wiped off or rinsed out in the case of a superficial wound. At the same time it is not so deep that the body can break it down directly. In addition the color particles are so large that they cannot be attacked by the macrophages in the body. Rather every single color pigment is encapsulated under the skin and basically remains there for a lifetime.
The attitude to having a tattoo often changes in life. What was once a trend can become a burden after a while. In addition some motifs are not perfectly engraved. It is not uncommon for the tattoo to have spelling mistakes that are more than unpleasant and undesirable.