*Come prepared to Lounge~
Since our Artists will be creating for you and with you in real-time, there is often a fair amount of chill time, especially at the beginning of larger projects.
*Make sure you eat a well balanced meal. Tattooing can take a lot out of you. If you have several hours booked with us, bring a snack to keep your blood sugar up.
*Consider your clothing. Wear something that gives your artist easy access to the tattoo area as well as keeps you covered where you need to be. Dress comfortably! You are also bound to experience a range of temperatures, so consider something convertible in case you get hot or chilly.
*Bring a pillow and make yourself at home. Comfort is key. It’s also nice to bring a towel or blanket if you will be laying down for your tattoo.
*Bring Cash. You take much better care of your artist for this very personal and permanent service. Tipping is greatly appreciated.
*Breathe Deep. We care just as much about your tattoo as you do. Feel free to ask all the questions and we will make sure that all your concerns are addressed before we begin needle to skin.
Gently scrub away dead skin cells, especially in calloused areas such as knees and elbows, feet and hands.
Once or twice a day with something nourishing. This will condition your skin and the tattoo process will be better for both of us, guaranteed.
Take your Vitamins
Vitamin C and E are great for replenishing the skin's nutrients, making your skin tattoo better and heal faster through boosting your immunity. These are also helpful to take after your session for recovery.
Drink water. It's good for your skin and all cells so it is advantageous to the Healing Process.
Custom Creators want to hear your story and turn it into Art, not copy another Tattoo~
*Clean Solid Lines*
Attention to Detail and the Process of Continual Refinement~
Solid Fills, Even Gradients, Seamless Color Blends~
Proper Placement assures your Tattoo Art will always adorn your Temple well~
We look forward to the Opportunity to Create
We DO NOT recommend using any type of numbing cream BEFORE or AFTER your Tattoo. These can adversely effect the way the ink goes into your skin and your Artist will not be able to guarantee that your new Tattoo Art will Heal as expected.