A reputation known around the world. All Styles of Tattooing including
* Fine Line * Old Style * New Style * Tribal * Traditional * Custom work
* Japanese * Lettering * Reworks * Black only or endless color * Photographic Portraits
You will find the entire Tattoo process is done under the most clean and sterile conditions.
Do your homework! Look critically at their photo albums, and evaluate the different styles of tattooing (Japanese, tribal, portraits, traditional, etc.). Examine the quality of line, is the color solid? Are the large tattoos properly laid out? Do the photos show that the artist is capable, and is their style compatible with what you want? Be wary, and remember that all shops want to sell you a tattoo, and only a few can professionally fill your needs. Take your time and feel free to ask our competent artists any questions. We want this to be a positive experience for you, because the rewards will last a lifetime.
What about health issues?
We use the most up to date methods to minimize your health risks. Our equipment is sterilized with an autoclave, the most effective way to eliminate viruses (such as hepatitis B and HIV). The studio is clean and hygienic. We use new needles, examination gloves, pigments and petroleum jelly. After the tattoo is completed, all the items are discarded, and not reused. We want you to be confident and assured about your decision. It is our responsibility to put you at ease. Although, if you have any medical history or complication (haemophilia, diabetes, allergies, etc.) please consult a doctor for advice.
How should I care for my tattoo?
For something that can last a lifetime, a tattoo has a fragile first few weeks. This is an important time because the tattoos' integrity can be greatly affected if not tended to properly. Complete instructions for the healing process are provided by your artist. Honestly, most problems arise when the client fails to adhere to the instructions given, so attention must be paid. Call the shop if you have any problems or uncertainty about your tattoo. There is evidence to show that tattoos can remain bright and solid even after many years. Especially if they have been protected from the sun's harmful UV rays with a total sunblock. Exposure to the sun will have damaging and adverse affects on your tattoo.
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