These are the main things that affect overall before and after tattoo removal results.
Depending on the tattoo, clients usually find their art does not fade evenly. Tattoo ink depth and density determine what areas fade first. Shading and light areas of saturation fade first; dark or heavily saturated areas have less noticeable fading. This factor greatly affects tattoo removal results as well as before-and-after tattoo removal photos.
The Fitzpatrick skin tone scale provides a numerical classification of 1 – 6 for each pigmentation color. Our lasers have the widest range of wavelengths to treat the majority of skin types for optimal tattoo removal results.
Most tattoo artists prefer if clients get laser removal before a cover-up tattoo. Usually, between one to four sessions are needed to achieve sufficient fading and optimal before-and-after tattoo removal results.
Coupling state-of-the-art multi-wavelength Picosure technology with traditional lasers, our system has successfully completed over 100,000 sessions. We’re so confident we can fade/remove your tattoo in the time quoted, we guarantee it. 1,200+ 5-star reviews on Yelp, Google and Facebook agree.
The Finery uses state-of-the-art laser equipment to break down your tattoo quickly and without adverse reactions, so you can get the best before and after tattoo removal results.
Achieve your own remarkable before and after tattoo removal photos.
“You walk in and they tell you that they’ll be right with you–you never wait. Immediately after you get the laser you sit with ice for ten minutes until they check on how you’re doing. I’m back at work not even 20 minutes later.”
“Having laser before a cover-up expands a client’s spectrum and options for cover-up ideas. Lightening the tattoo makes it easier for the artist to also mask the original image while creating a whole new piece.”
-Justin Buduo, Studio 31 Tattoo