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SKin Tatto

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Hand made

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1. How do I get prepared for a tattoo?

One should not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs for at least 24hrs prior to getting a tattoo. Please come well rested and on a full stomach.

2. How do I choose a design? 

The more research and homework you have done, the easier it is for us to guide you in the right direction. We do tattoo counselling wherein we try to understand the person and his/ her personality a little bit so that we can suggest what will look best on him/her and be comfortable to carry. We definitely believe in custom work and can sketch a tattoo for you based on your concept. Deciding on getting a tattoo itself involves several steps and a person's reason for getting a tattoo is as varied as the people who want them.  About 50% of individuals around the world, with tattoos say they feel sexier and more attractive. When getting a tattoo, the client can work with the tattoo artist to create a custom tattoo design or they can choose the image they want from ready made flash pictures

3. Will the colour come on my body?

Black ink comes on every skin type most easily. The brightness of the other colours will depend on the complexion and texture of your skin.

4. Does it hurt?

Getting a tattoo can hurt, but the level of pain can vary. Some people describe the tattoo sensation as "tingling." It all depends on your pain threshold, how efficient the person using the tattoo machine is, and where exactly on your body you're getting the tattoo. Professionals know how deep to pierce the skin to create a permanent line. Getting a tattoo can be a little painful but very bearable. You can make it less painful by the following a few simple steps

Wear lose clothing:: Wear comfortable cloths especially the area where you are going to get your tattoo

Eat before you go and get tattooed:: Eat something so that your stomach is full and take something sweet to drink. This shall help you endure the pain and make it easy to get tattooed.

Do not Drink Alcohol or take any aspirin before 24hours of getting a tattoo. This will thin your blood and cause more bleeding.

Deep Breathing: Last but not least just concentrate on breathing.

Also No Pain, No Gain.

5. Which part hurts the most?

Parts of the body which are bony (elbow, collar, knee, shin, wrist, ankle, spine, ribs etc) hurt more.

6. How long does it take to heal?

An average-sized tattoo (4 to 5 inches) takes 2 to 3 weeks to heal. This again depends on how well the aftercare instructions are followed and your bodies metabolic rate.

7. Is there an age limit?

The minimum age to get a tattoo is 18years. If you are younger than 18years you need to obtain an approval from your parents or legal guardian.

8. Is it hygienic and safe?

In view of the current ‘hygiene’ situation, we at Needle N Skin take proper care to see that your tattoo is done in an extremely neat, clean & healthy manner.

It is mandatory for an artist of Needle N Skin to wear a fresh pair of latex/Rensow gloves before making a new tattoo. The equipment and materials used at Needle N Skin are either disposable or sterilized. Once you are ready, the artist stencils the design onto the person's skin and then, using the inking gun, the artist begins to apply the ink outline. The artist must also know how deeply the needles need to pierce the skin while the ink is being applied. Punctures that are too deep cause excessive pain and bleeding and those that are too shallow, because uneven lines and the ink to not set into the skin well enough for the ink to "take".

9. Could you mail me the designs?

Yes, once you have visited our studio and confirmed your appointment, we can mail you designs.

10. How long does it take for the Tattoo to get done?

It depends on the size, the intricacy of the design, the colours etc. Big tattoos are done in sittings.

11.  Do you do cover up jobs?

Yes we do cover up jobs. For this you will be required to take an appointment & visit our studio. This way we can personally see the design and will be able to suggest something better.

12. Do I have to take an appointment?

Yes, please take an appointment before coming. A tattoo is a personal job and our artists need to share enough time with you! It is good to take a prior appointment (Especially on the Weekends) so that the artist can make time for you give you the best tattoo with 100% effort. For consultation just a reminder phone call is good before you arrive to our Studio

13. How much will it cost?

When it comes to tattoos, you get what you pay for. Yes, there are plenty of people tattooing out there that will ink you cheap, and you'll be crying to a real artist to have it covered up. Look for quality, and be willing to pay for it. NEVER haggle over the price of a tattoo. Since it is going to be for life time. It is disrespectful to the artist. If you can't pay for quality, don't bother. This is not a bargain bin. It is a piece of art you will wear for life. The price depends on many factors such as: size, shape, intricacy, design, colour etc.

14. Choosing the artists.

> You should try to watch how the artist works on another people to see if you like their style and to see that they use safe measures and have a personality that will click.

You should be sure that the artist and parlor use and follow the below

Do they use the following single Use Items: ink, ink cups, gloves, needles.

Single use items should be used only once so that the chances of cross contamination are eliminated.

Most of these items are purchased in sterile packaging that should be opened in front of you just before   the artist begins work.

15. What Tattoo should I get? And where?

It is good if you have a decent Idea of what you want. You can choose from the tattooing catalogue or   you can have something interesting and unique designed by the tattoo artist. Best suggestion is to do a      quick research on the internet so that you do not go with a confused mind to the tattoo shop.

16. I’ve heard that tattoos don’t look so good once you start to age. Is that true?

It’s true that skin and flesh may sag in some places as you age, but that doesn’t      necessarily mean your tattoo will look bad. Just use your common sense. Keep in         mind that any tattoo may fade over time though, and you may need to get it re-inked.            Colors tend to fade faster than black.

17. What can I do if I’m dissatisfied with a tattoo?

Unfortunately, your options are limited. Depending on the tattoo design, it’s possible that it         can be added to and that might make the appearance of the tattoo more to your liking. Or    you can look at tattoo removal methods – they are rather costly, but the results tend to be         much better than they used to be.

The key, however, is to make sure that you’re getting the tattoo you want before the inking          process actually starts. That’s why the tattoo artist will apply an inked stencil to the surface      of your skin before he starts tattooing – you’ll get to see what the tattoo will look like and to      adjust the positioning of it if you need to. The artist will then use the stencil lines as a guide.

18. Will having a tattoo make it harder for me to get a good job?

If you’re worried, why not get the tattoo in a place where office clothes will cover it? For             men at any rate, that still leaves a lot of choices. Even if you can’t keep it covered though, in       this day and age it probably won’t matter. Tattoos are a lot more socially acceptable than          they ever before and in most workplaces you are judged on the basis of your ability. There       are exceptions, of course; there are tattoos that are so prominent and controversial in terms of their appearance or content that they may cause problems for you, just as there are             workplaces which are exceptionally conservative. You need to make sure that all aspects of          your appearance fit your objectives, and that includes tattoos. But having a tattoo or two          certainly won’t preclude you from being gainfully employed – not in this day and age!

19. Can I give myself a tattoo at home, or have my friend give me one?

Technically it may be possible, but certainly not advisable. You should have your tattoos   professionally done – otherwise you’re just asking for trouble in the form of an infection or         slower healing time. Do-it-yourself tattoos hurt a lot more and they seldom turn out as well       as professional tattoos. All in all, it’s definitely not worth it!

20. I’ve heard that getting tattoos can be addictive. Is that true?

It isn’t true in the sense of a real addiction, but it is a fact that people who already have one        tattoo are more likely to get another one … or so. It is possible to get ‘hooked’ on the         excitement of getting a tattoo, just as some people get ‘hooked’ on shopping, but that’s not          a real addiction. Most people who end up with multiple tattoos do so simply because they      like them.

If you follow these short guidelines getting a tattoo should be very safe. plz sign our guest book.


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