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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?
Art Official Tattoo
Website Address (307) 389-1810
Black Sunday Tattoo
Website Address (307) 333-1914
Felony Ink Tattoos
Macabre Tattoo and Oddities
Website Address (307) 441-0125
Yes, we can all do a single line tattoo. Yes, we can all add some color.
We all charge 125 per hour of tattooing with an $80 minimum, so just the lines would be 80-125, the color could bring it up to 125-175. The size and how you sit affects the price, because we just charge based on time.
As far as the other questions, yes we’re all licensed.
Yes we can do a patch test but it’s not worth your while, you’d have to pay the $80 minimum for a tattoo and some folks develop reactions to ink after multiple sessions not the first time.
If a person is going to be sensitive to tattoos it will be the colored ink, not usually black. However, it’s honestly quite uncommon. Dark burgundies and whites are usually the colors that do it when it happens, but again, not common.
We use Fusion, Intenze, and Eternal inks. Feel free to look them up.
Thanks so much
Website Address (307) 460-3556
We are a fully licensed shop and all of our artists also undergo yearly bloodborne pathogen certification.
It is very very rare for someone to have any reactions to ink. If they do, it doesn’t usually cause a rash, it makes the tattoo heal badly and the color doesn’t stay in the skin. If someone does have a reaction, it’s almost always just to one color and usually just one brand of a color due to the compounds that were used to make the pigment. Out of the thousands of people I’ve tattooed over 16 years, I’ve never had anyone have a reaction to the inks. It does happen, though it’s rare. If someone does, it’s almost always to either red, yellow, or green, red being the most common. I’ve never heard of anyone having a reaction to any other colors, though I suppose it could be possible in an incredibly rare scenario.
I hope this helps you a little bit.
Skin City Ink & Steel
Website Address (307) 362-2787
Studio 18 Tattoo
Website Address (307) 578-7184
Vintage Electric Tattoo & Piercing
Website Address (307) -460-3800
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