Tattooing the bottom of the feet and the palm of the hands are very unpredictable. These areas will usually disappear almost completely when healed. When tattooing the epidermis layer the ink will bleed out and fade or even disappear. The dermis is the perfect depth for tattooing.
When tattooing into the subcutaneous tissue it is too deep and you risk a blow out throughout the tattoo as well as creating scar tissue.
A blowout is when the ink is spread uncontrollably under the skin. Causing a bleed and undo pain to the client.
Going to deep causes a high risk of infection and scarring.
Unfortunately, blowouts are part of tattooing, making pressure and depth and practice extremely important. Keeping in mind it is much easier to darken a light tattoo, than fix a blowout at the touch-up. If the blowout is minimal, you can always thicken the line to blend or hide it. Otherwise, it will need to be removed by laser tattoo removal. It is always recommended to find someone in your area that you would recommend for laser tattoo removal. Remember: Too much pressure and improper positioning of the machine is the primary cause of blowouts but it is preventable with practice.
We strongly suggest this possibility be added to your waiver