You can get yourself a temporary tattoo for a start - it is quick and safe, and will also make you "feel" with a tattoo.
The Lomond range of materials includes paper for printing temporary tattoos on inkjet printers with water-soluble or pigment inks.
Only a thin layer of printed hypoallirgen glue is transferred to the skin. Printing on a printer should be done in a mirror image.
Before applying on the skin, it is advisable to cut the tattoo along the contour of the image.
Temporary tattoo is resistant to mechanical stress and moisture, elastic when bending and stretching skin.
The durability of the tattoo depends on the place of application on the skin (up to several days).
5 A4 sheets retail at a little more than seven hundred rubles.
Theoretically it is possible, but then how will it turn out. Today, a whole cult of home machineless tattoos has formed. If you are very interested, you can buy several wide needles, a small bottle of paint, medical gloves, petroleum jelly and start experimenting on your heels.
You can make a small desk in some invisible place. All you need is a needle (or pin), thread, gel ink (preferably black).
We take a needle, wrap it with thread (I don’t know why, but it should be so). Then we cut the ink rod and dip the needle into the ink. On a previously drawn sketch with a pen, drive in ink. As you do the injection, you 'stick' the needle under the skin.
We walk the contour several times in such a way that it looks like a line, not just a point.
I strongly advise against doing this, there can be many reasons, such as a crooked drawing (if you are doing this for the first time), which is then expensive and painful to correct / remove, various kinds of infections (hepatitis, HIV) and because it is like- minimum difficult. I advise you all the same to save up the n-e amount of money and go to a normal salon because the consequences can be much more expensive. But still, if you want and are sure, then buy a good tattoo machine and paints for a start.