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Most Frequent asked Questions by customer having tattoo for the first time

Q1.What are some of the most and least painful places to get tattooed? 

Pain tolerance differs for each person, but generally, tattoos placed right over bones tend to hurt the most. A tattoo on your foot or ribs might be an 8 on a scale of 1 to 10, while a bicep tattoo might only be a 4. And of course, the bigger the tattoo, the longer you'll be in pain.

Q2.How Much Is It Going to tattoo cost?

Cost of a tattoo depends on various factors such as size, complexity of the design, placement and your artist preference. Make sure you consider these factors before getting a tattoo

Q3.Are Tattoos Safe?

Getting a tattoo is perfectly safe. Make sure you’re fully honest about any medical condition & the tattoo studio where you are getting inked is following hygience practises

Q4.Does colour tattoos cost more?

The cost of tattoo is solely is depended on colour but it also depends on tattoo size and detail. Small tattoos with two colors or less would be similar to one with only gray shading. Because of the time it takes, the cost would be more when doing multiple colors.

Q5.Is It OK to Get a Tattoo if I'm Sick?

Getting a tattoo when your immune system isn't at 100% isn't a good idea. You're going to need your strength and your white blood cells to heal your tattoo, something your body won't be able to do if it's already doing battle against virus and bacteria. Not to mention the fact that it's very inconsiderate to bring your illness into the tattoo studio and risk passing the germs onto others, particularly your artist. If you have an appointment, call and reschedule for when you're feeling well again.

Q6.Just Got a New Tattoo Can I Shave?

It will take some time for your skin to heal enough for you to shave again and it can vary from person to person.

Q7.What should i consider when designing my tattoo?

When you decide to get a tattoo make sure you consider design,placement,size,visibility and if you wish to add any colour.Remember this factors will also affect the cost 

Q8.Can i get a tattoo over a scar/stretch mark, etc?

It depends on several factors such as the size, type, and age of the scar.  If you wish to minimize or draw attention away from it, one option to consider instead is to incorporate a design around your scar. 

Q9.What should i wear for my tattoo session?

Wear comfortable clothes that fit loosely around the area you plan on getting tattooed. If your tattoo will be on the foot/ankle, wear shoes that are not too constraining. 

Q10.Can i be in the sun after getting a tattoo?

Until the tattoo fully heals, sun exposure should be kept to an absolute minimum. Even after it heals, using regular sun protection and minimizing exposure will help your tattoo look great for a long time. 

Q11.How important is aftercare for my new tattoo?

Very important to follow proper tattoo aftercare to ensure your tattoo heals well and looks great once it's fully healed. After you collect your tattoo, we'll give you full aftercare instructions orally and in writing. You must follow the recommendations of your artist for proper healing.

Q12.How long does a tattoo take?

Tattooing is not a quick process, nor should it be rushed as you will be living with the results permanently. An averagely complex piece of work about the size of the back of your hand, usually takes about two hours to complete. Larger or more complex pieces can take tens of hours, and will require several sittings to complete.

Q13.Can tattoo’s be removed?

They can, completely and without scaring. There are several options available to you if you have ink that you want rid of. The first, and by far most common way is the cover-up.

Q14.Can I drink alcohol after my tattoo?

Definitely not, for almost all tattoo artists will refuse to go through the process if this happens. This is for many reasons, including that alcohol can thin the blood and result in excessive bleeding while you are having the tattoo, which not only makes it difficult for the tattoo artist but will have the effect of ‘washing out’ ink as it is being put in. Alcohol can affect the body for quite a few days; hence it is not recommended to have a tattoo even if you had had a drink the night before but not consumed alcohol the day before.

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