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Tattoo

  

TATTOO

The modern Tattoo as we know  has come a long way since the day man first discovered that he could  introduce pigment permanent under his upper layers of skin. Where the first happened? No one knows. Tattoos are often used in rites of passage and as a mean of expressing group identity.

Getting Tattoo

There is no limit for choosing a design, it is better to take time, to realize a few things before you get yourself tattooed. The process by himself is none the less sometimes uncomfortable and the client & artist must cooperate very closely to earn the best result. Don’t take any kind of drugs to reduce the "I will call it uncomfortable Feeling" , or alcohol. Try to arrive relaxed, have a good meal a couple of hours before your appointment. If possible don’t enjoy the night before some party. If you feel during the session uncomfortable or you feel to much pain, let your artist know, it is in his interest too to keep you in a good frame of mind.

Studio Hyginene

The properly equipped tattoo studio will use biohazard containers for objects that have come into contact with blood or bodily fluids, sharps containers for old needles, and an autoclave for sterilizing tools. Studios are also required by law to have hot water.

A reputable tattooist will wash his or her hands before starting to tattoo a client, and between clients, as well as wear disposable latex gloves (a new pair for each client). He or she will refuse to tattoo minors without parental consent, as well as intoxicated people, people with contraindicated skin conditions, or those incapable of consent due to mental incapacity, and attempt to ensure that the customer is satisfied with and sure about the design before applying it. Moreover, she or he will open new, sterile needle packages in front of the client, and always use new, sterile or sterile disposable instruments and supplies, and fresh ink for each session (loaded into disposable containers which are discarded after each client).

After Care

Do not remove the dressing from your tattoo for at least 2-3 Hours, or as recommended, wash it afterwards with clear water, don’t use any kind of Body soap for this area the next 2-3 days.Dry it with a clean Towel and apply the recommended cream twice per day, in the morning and evening time.

On this place I don’t want to recommend a cream, because I was working in so many countries and everywhere different creams from different supplier under use.

Do not pick or scratch scabs, no swimming at least 2 weeks, no sunbathe 2-3 weeks otherwise it will be affected the color and brightness of your healed tattoo.

I suggest using the cream not longer than at least 1 week, give your skin the chance to breath, and don’t kill your skin with cream.

At least, please don’t believe or take to much advice from some self named Expert who got one Tattoo and know now the business or from some Tattoo studios, I know some named studios, which are counting on there awards, but I have to say that a talent is not linked to any kind of awards, and a lot of great artists keep not care of any kind of convention presentation. How should I know, if it will be the right one.

1.He will come to your appointment in time.

2.He will answer all your questions.

3.He will show you his real Photo Gallery.

4.He will explain you the procedure.

Remember: There is never a stupid Question only a not effortful answer.

Frequently Asked Questions

 Deposit for an appointment?

Yes, deposits are required and depend on the total cost of the piece. 

Costs of a Tattoo?

The price of the tattoo depends on the size, and placement of the work. We charge per Tattoo and not based on working hours.

Can I get a drawing draft in advance?

NO, lot of people asked for designs and never kept any appointment and went to other Studios.

Can I have a alredy existing Tattoo from a Magazine or Photo?

Yes you can, there is no copyright on some other Tattoo, it is only a question of etic if you like to have something what already exist.

But we try to design for the customer, or at minimum to change some drafts if the customer really insist.

 


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