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I am interested in getting a single-line tattoo on my leg. Something like the cat here: https://img1.rapidleaks.com/2019/05/best-single-line-tattoos-1280×720.jpg
So my question is:
Do you guys specialize in these kind of tattoos?
And how much does it cost to get a tattoo like that?
Size – 3×3 inches
Is it possible to get colors in the tattoo, like in the example?
Happy to hear back from you guys,
I also have some other questions, so feel free to answer those:
1. What ingredients in the ink you’d use for the colors in the tattoo?
2. Does color ink causes an itchy rash? I have kinda sensitive skin.
3. Can you perform a patch test?
4. Are you a licensed tattoo artist?
5. In case you did some single-line tattoos, can you share some examples?
The Darling Grey Tattoo,Gallery & Piercing
White Mountain Tattoo and Body Piercing Studio
Hello Drew, we have artists that are very familiar with the watercolor style of tattooing, however both of the designs you sent don’t quite lend themselves to a 3×3 sizing unless simplified as you can only go so small before you start to lose finer details (IE some of the smaller loops in the linework will eventually blend together over time as ink tends to spread over time as tattoos age so you want to make sure a tattoo has room to breathe to keep the detail looking sharp over time.
That being said on average a full color tattoo at 3×3 would run rough between $100-$200 depending on the design.
As far as your questions go, to tattoo professionally in the state of NH all artists working in an establishment must be licensed by the state and we have plenty of examples of our artists work on instagram @whitemtntattoo.
Every ink has different ingredients, typically black inks are made with distilled water, glycerine, witch hazel and isopropyl alcohol with proprietary pigment blends and most color inks are made with distilled water and proprietary pigment blends.
Tattoo ink allergies are rare, affecting fewer than one percent of people who get tattooed.
We can gladly have an artist perform a patch test prior to you being tattooed if that is something you are interested in.
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