Squires explains that it takes multiple passes to get white ink to show up under the skin — which is perhaps why white tattoos have a reputation for being more painful. White tattoos also fade quicker than regular tattoos and may yellow over time as the ink is broken down by the body.
Hereof, does white ink tattoo last?
As it heals, white ink tattoos fade quickly, and they will either revert to your natural skin color or turn into a light grey or yellow. Once this happens, it’s very difficult to re-establish the original white ink look. … “It’s not like doing a regular black ink tattoo.
Regarding this, are white ink tattoos more expensive?
White ink tattoos are generally more expensive than the regular black ink tattoos. This is due to the special ink for covering the design. Also, the cost of the tattoo will depend on the design you have chosen and the size of the design. Usually, tattoo artists charge $50 – $100 for the whole design.