Of course, it would be foolish to consider colored tattoos to be a separate style or artistic tattoo movement. Colored ink can depict a conservative old school plot, an outlandish picture in trash polka style, colorful splashes of watercolors, an intimidating canvas of biomechanics or organic, a realistic 3d portrait and much, much more things.
Before choosing the most interesting photos from the world’s best masters, it is worth saying a few words about the main features of color tattoos.
Firstly, based on the fact that the master is forced to use a much larger number of colors, a colored tattoo sometimes comes out more expensive than the black and greyone. In practice, this is not very noticeable, since the work is mostly estimated by the time spent on it, but here the difference is rarely significant. In general, I would not pay much attention to this factor when choosing what to choose — BW or colored tattoo.
Secondly, it is necessary to tell about wearing out of colored tattoos. By this parameter they are much inferior to black and grey. Surveys have shown that most people from time to time have problems with fading, darkening, blurring of tattoo outlines and other unpleasant things that are more often particularly related to black and grey tattoos.
Conclusion: black and grey tattoos are somehow more practical. However, this is not a reason to make a clear choice in favor of the BW. Yes, the owners of color tattoos will have to resort to a small correction and “renovation” of the old work, to breathe new life into it over time. But there is nothing criminal in this, the process is not complicated and it will not be very expensive.
All in all, the choice of a COLORED or BW tattoo is only based on your own taste and personal preferences. Look at the photo and think of what really suits you!
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