Will it hurt?
Yes, but Pain is really relative.
If it hurt too bad, people wouldn’t get anymore tattoos. So it can’t be that bad, right?
Is it clean?
We are proudly inspected by South Western Public Health. We meet and exceed all Health Board Standards. Information about inspections can be found on their website. Their goal is to be able to have the results posted for public access, keep posted for more information.
All staff have current and up to date Bloodborne Pathogens and Infection Control Standards certification.
Keeping our clients and studio safe is our first priority. We are 100% fully disposable and single use only, which are disposed in a safe and proper fashion.
As well as we use organic and vegan tattoo products.
Can I bring a friend?
Some times it can make getting a tattoo easier with a distraction. Having a friend there is great for that, moral support and a good shoulder to cry on ;)
Are Tattoos Safe?
As long as you go to a reputable artist that is following all recommended safety precautions, getting a tattoo is perfectly safe. Make sure you're fully honest about any medical conditions.
Pigments and glides using during our tattoo process are vegan and certified organic.
Your only limit is your own imagination!
We have great artists who will work with you to come up with an awesome tattoo with your visions. As for Location, get it where you want it. Don’t let pain be a determining factor. For the amount of time it will be uncomfortable, will be minimal compared to how long it will be on your body.
Book a consultation and chat with your artist, they’ll be able to help you out!
There are many different factors that can cause fading. The most common is prolonged periods of direct sun light. Shades of pigment used (lighter colors tend to fade first) and as the tattoo ages fading is very common.
Do tattoos fade?
A few days after the tattoo is completed, the skin around the tattoo starts to peel, similar to sunburn. Picking at the skin should be avoided, because doing so can damage the artwork and increase the risk of infection. 7 to 10 days after getting a tattoo, the peeling process should be completed, leaving the skin shiny, and slightly wrinkled. After two weeks, the tattoo should appear fully healed.
Do not shave the area until it is fully healed.