Why Tattoo?

People get a tattoo for different reasons. Some people get them for the art or as a memorial. Some get them as a way to express their personality and passions, And some get them just because they look pretty. No matter what your reasoning, tattoos are a personal thing and a great way to celebrate your individuality. Here are few reasons why I think they are great and if people want one, they should just get one. Your body is your temple, and you can decorate it however you like. They are an expression of who you are on the inside… on the outside. If you are passionate enough about who you are and what you love, you can bet your tattoos will be stunning. They can be a permanent marker of happy events and times and will always make you smile. Or they can act as a tribute to a loved one, a memorial for keeping someone close and a part of you forever. Each tattoo is unique and each reasoning for getting one is different. Your tattoo can be individual to you and a great way to make you stand apart from the crowd They don’t always have to have a meaning. There is nothing wrong with getting one just because you like how it looks. Your body, your choice. They help people and make someone self-conscious feel great. Tattoos can be used to cover scars and skin discolorations. Incredible parents get tattoos of baby daughter’s strawberry birthmark ‘to make her feel special It doesn’t change who you are as a person. Being tattooed doesn’t make you less intelligent, less compassionate or less friendly.

Is it Safe?

We maintain a high standard of cleanliness and safety at the studio. We make sure that all tools are clean and sanitary. Each medical grade needle and tube used is individually packaged and sterilized. Ink caps (the little cups tattoo artists put ink in) are disposable as well, and not re-used. We are happy to show you our workspace and answer any questions you may have about the equipment. When visiting for your consultation, we are open to your questions and happy to answer and make you feel safe and comfortable. Before getting tattooed, we shave and disinfect the area of your skin that is going to be worked on. This is necessary especially for making sure that there is no risk of infection when your tattoo is healing. Our artists and anyone else helping to clean and set up the station wear fresh disposable gloves, and we make sure not to contaminate them by touching dirty things while they are working. When applying Vaseline to your skin before you get tattooed, we use gloves and use a onetime disposable small container and apply it to your body. We dispose used needle in clearly marked sharps containers for safe disposal of old needles. While cleaning the station we spray and wipe down everything in the work area with a medical grade sanitizing spray. All disposable items are thrown out, and used needles should be placed in the sharps container.

About Artist?

History of Shop?

Choosing my design for tattoo?

What’s the cost of Tattoo?

Does it hurt!

Is this tattoo design worth getting done?

Tattoo Placement?

Can i Write my Boyfriend’s /Girlfriend’s name?

I Have Birth / burn / Scars mark can i cover it with tattoo?

I am dark, can i get a tattoo done ?

When your freshly new tattoo is done, the ink is deposited millimeters under the top layer of skin. It depends on the shade that your skin is. Bold, solid colors are always the best as they will show through just about any skin tone. ​The fact is a layer of skin on top of the [ink], which acts like a translucent layer on top of whatever color you put underneath the skin. The stuff that makes us brown people brown—is produced in this translucent layer, also known as the epidermis. Tattoo ink is injected below the layer of melanin, so the color of someone’s skin sits above the tattoo ink but below the surface of the skin. Tattoo ink will work the same way on everyone's skin, and there isn't some kind of magical proprietary formula that will allow you to have a yellow tattoo that pops like it's painted on. Certain tones, cooler or warmer, have certain complimentary colors that work better . But generally, if you aren’t really dark, you have a fairly open palette.

Can tattoo be removed ?

About the Tattoo Pigment ?

Does my growth affect the tattoo?

Can I cover my old tattoo?

Birthmarks Cover up?

Is the ink Black or Green?

Tattooing on Palm and Wrist areas?

how about a Neck tattoo does it pain ?

Tattoos hurt but not as much as people are making them out to. Neck tattoos do tend to hurt more than tattoos in other parts of the body - with good reason. The skin of the neck is thin and close to the bone, with very little fat and muscle padding between these two. The needle comes much closer to the bone, which causes more pain. Neck tats also take longer to heal than tats in some other places. Clothing can tend to rub on this area of the body, and it is also a very mobile area. Your neck skin is constantly moving, and this creates friction, which makes it harder for the newly inked skin to heal. Tattoos in the neck area can take up to three weeks to heal properly.

Healing time for tattoo?

How to Care of tattoo New Tattoo?

A tattoo normally takes anywhere from 7 to 14 days to look fully healed, depending on the type, style, size and placement. Actually it can really take up to a month for a tattoo to be fully healed below the surface of the skin and for your body’s natural healing abilities to lock the ink in completely

  1. BANDAGE-Remove bandage after 1-2 hours don’t take it off early to show people! It is still fresh and may bleed ever so slightly, and this is an important time which we want to keep it covered and clean from dirt and germs. There is NO need to reapply bandaging, it is really important to let the skin breath to aid in healing.
  2. Clear plastic film is used to cover your fresh tattoo; Plastic wrap won’t stick to your new tattoo. Remove the plastic bandage ASAP, meaning that you really don’t want to go over a couple of hours with it on.
  3. WASHING-Wash tattoo after removing bandage, try to wash with a CLEAN hand using your fingers to gently remove any ink or blood that has dried on the surface, and pat dry with clean soft cloth.
  4. A and D tattoo cream helps you in the healing your fresh tattoo (Recommended by artist). Apply very thin layer of A&D after washing your tattoo. Wash your tattoo every 3 hours dry pat it and apply thin layer of A&D. . Keep your tattoo slightly moist. If you allow it to dry out it can lead to a thick scab formation and you don’t want that. Drying out your tattoo can cause it to slow the recovery procedure and could even harm the tattoo.. DO NOT OVERSATURATE your tattoo! Too much ointment on your tattoo and it cannot breathe. A very light coat is all that’s needed. Patting off excess ointment so that it is barely even shiny. If you are getting a large tattoo and you use it for an extended period of time, it can produce an adverse reaction from overdosing due to the skin absorbing too much of the active ingredients.  The skin can break out in a rash or get pimply. If this happens, stop immediately!!  If you use A+D®Ointment, we would recommend only using it to start the healing process for 5 to 7 days and then at that point switching to a non-medicated, non-scented lotion
  5. Soaking your tattoo, it’s good to wash it daily 2 to 3 times, but don’t soak it, that’s the same as applying too much ointment, making the skin too soft and mushy, and can make the color actually ooze out little by little. Quick showers are fine.
  6. Tanning is really horrible for a tattoo new or old. Burning the skin while its healing will result in a lot of pigment loss.
  7. Itch: Although tattoos get flaky may itch while healing, one must avoid picking and scratching a new tattoo. Removing the top layer of new skin will also remove the ink right under and cause scarring and “patchy” color.
  8. Going to beach must be avoided because they harbor numerous bacteria.
  9. Gym: avoid any workout that will stretch the skin where you have been tattooed at least for 3 weeks.
  10. DON’T PICK SCABS:Over the next couple of days, your tattoo will look good and any redness should go away. Then you will notice that it will start to look duller and can even form a little white haze to it. This happens typically to larger or solid color or tribal pieces. You may see some scabbing form as well.  This is all normal.  Heavy scabbing is not normal and needs to be watched closely!!!  One of the most important things to remember…. DO NOT pick at any scabbing; let it fall off over time and/or during the gentle cleaning process.  Picking can SCAR your skin and ruin the tattoo or at the very least, cause light spots that will have to be touched up. You will see the skin begin to peel some, like mild sunburn. This is normal. You may also experience some color coming off while putting ointment on or during the cleaning process; again, totally normal and nothing to be concerned about.  This whole scenario can last over the next 7 to 15 days. You will then see the color coming back clean and clear and your tattoo will be in the end stages of healing.  By day 25, your new art piece should look fully healed.  You will want to continue to put your lotion or ointment on until there is no shine to the skin at all.

Will the Tattoo fade?

Can tattoo be removed?

Can I Drink Before I Ink?

I am a Diabetic can i get a tattoo?

Having diabetes doesn't mean you can't have a tattoo, but before deciding to have one done you must be well and ensure that your diabetes is well controlled and always better to consult your doctor. High blood sugar levels, for example, can complicate the healing process and increase the risk of infection

Finger Tattoo?

Does hair grows on tattoo?

Hair Pigmentation?

Minors & Tattoos?

How Permanent are permanent tattoo?

Small Tattoos and detailing?

Post tattoo care?

Dark skin tattoo issues?

Quality & Standard operating Procedures

Fear of getting tattoo? & Expectations?

Help! I’m Getting My First Tattoo, and I’m Scared!

New Tattoo and bleeding?

My Skin is Sensitive can i get a Tattoo?

Does black tattoo pigment remain forever?

Eyebrow tattoo?

Can Minor get a tattoo?

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