When getting a tattoo the first thing to consider is that it is for life, so you must be sure the decision you make. It is important to choose a site that meets all necessary hygienic measures and that through this procedure can spread diseases such as HIV and hepatitis B and C. Steps Consultation with a doctor to know if there are risks to do it as poor healing or low defenses. Consultation with a doctor to know if there are risks to do it as poor healing or low defenses. Vaccinated against tetanus and hepatitis B Enabled so do it in a place with a licensed tattoo artist. Controls used latex gloves and disposable materials that are opened in your presence. Notes that the ink is placed in containers with a single use. Controls the entire workplace is covered with disposable covers Controls that use elements rest on sterile surfaces. Some people may be allergic to the ink, so it is essential that first one or two dots tattooed and wait a week to see the reaction Once completed and bandaged the tattoo, you should leave it for 24 hours. When you remove the band does not get placed. The tattoo should be washed with antibacterial soap and warm water without scrubbing, blotting gently with a clean towel or paper. Do not take away the crust that builds up around the tattoo. If you do not scratch itches. Do not you do baths, or go to pools or saunas during the first week. Use sunscreen whenever screen 30 if you’re going to expose to the sun If it gets red, hot, hurts, bleeds or pus, you should consult a doctor because they may have been infected. Important Tattoos done in places near the bone are more painful. If you do it in the growth stage, the skin stretches to grow and this can distort the tattoo.