Handpoke Online Course 5. After Care 0. INTRODUCTION 1. THE Skin 2 Equipment 2.1 Needles 2.2 Tattoo Ink 2.3 handles + Tools 2.4 furniture 2.5 stencils 2.6 other materials + hygiene 2.7 Artificial Skin 3. Techniques 3.1 stretching + depth 3.2 Lining 3.3 Packing 3.4 Dotwork 3.5 color Fading 3.6 Example tattoo 4. Body parts 5. After care 6. Thank you <3 Previous Lesson NEXT LESSON 2 thoughts on “HOC – 5 Aftercare” Eva December 22, 2020 at 11:35 pm hey! whats your take on normal cling film instead of the second skin? in haven’t invested in the fancy option yet and was asking myself it’s really necessary? thank you so much for the tutorial <3 My apprenticeship- tattoo studio shut down due to corona so I was a little lost but this tutorial is perfect to get me back on track. Reply Ann Gilberg December 23, 2020 at 10:06 am Happy to hear the tutorial does something good for you <3 I personally don't like cling film. It falls of so easy and I want the tattoos to be safely covered especially during the first night in bed. With cling film the clients have to do more work to care about thier tattoos during the first, most important, three days. So I feel that I can be much surer that it is taken good care of. Also they can't scratch. I only use klingfilm if someone is allergic to second skin or if it is a really big tattoo. A roll of suprasorb is about 20€ for 10m. For me it takes quite a long time to use that up, most of my tattoos are between 10-15 cm. In that case it lasts me for about 80 Tattoos (25cents/tattoo). But it still does not say that you can't use cling film either. You just have to look after the tattoo a lot more. 😉 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.