There is an overflow of Clients from Sean for at least 3 months to be booked out. Ability must be in similar ballpark as his portfolio.
If you are interested in joining our crew, feel free to send a note about yourself and some clear pictures from your portfolio.
We hire on from time to time and always prospecting new talent. We have a well established shop here on the island and have a very continuing flow of clientele and high traffic. Plus alot of elbow room in our newly design tattoo gallery space of 5000sq foot.
Book a consult and personally meet with an Artist to discuss your tattoo.
Absolutely, however we offer them in gift card form. Feel free to email or call the shop to purchase a gift card for a loved one.
We can also send them out directly to the recipient as well.
Yes, there is always a level of pain when getting a tattoo and generally the tolerance level is up to the individual, but our talented artist take great care to make sure you are relaxed, comfortable and confident. A skilled hand can make the experience much more enjoyable, and those are the hands we employ here at Tattoolicious.
Infection is caused by bacteria getting into the raw wound, so yes, you are able to get an infection. But it all depends on how well you care for the tattoo after your appointment. Your artist will cover the area with a bandage immediately following your session and will provide you with instructions on how to properly care for the tattoo. As long as you follow the instructions provided, your risk of infection will decrease dramatically.
Proper care will help the tattoo heal properly, and reduce the risk of infection. It will also help with the overall appearance of the tattoo, causing the colors to remain bold and bright and remain beautiful for years to come.
Tattoos are permanent body art created by professionals using tattoo guns to puncture skin and insert ink below the first layer of skin. It is important to know how to treat a new tattoo in order to speed up your healing time and avoid negative side effects. Consider the following when learning how to treat a new tattoo.
- Listen to your tattoo artist. If you’ve done your homework and chosen a good tattoo artist, he or she will provide detailed instructions and you should follow them carefully. Think of your tattoo as having a warranty; if you don’t follow the artist’s instructions, you might void the warranty and he or she won’t give you free touch-ups.
- Leave the bandage on. You should leave it on anywhere between two hours to 24 hours. Make sure a thick, absorbent, non-stick ABD wound dressing is used. Your tattoo artist will give you a time frame. Be patient. The bandage is there to protect your tattoo from airborne bacteria, which can penetrate through your broken skin.
- Soak the bandage with warm water when removing it. This is optional, but recommended if the bandage is stuck to your tattoo and offers resistance.
- Wash the tattoo. Most artists recommend lukewarm water and mild, unscented liquid antibacterial or antimicrobial soap. Use your hands (not a wash cloth) and gently remove all traces of blood so it doesn’t scab. Pat (don’t rub) dry with a clean towel or a paper towel.
- Apply ointment. Many tattoo artists advise that you use ointment for 2-3 days. Ointment lasts longer than lotion, reducing the number of times you need to apply it and thus lessening the amount of rubbing. Apply a thin layer that’s just enough to make the tattoo shine, or else you’ll suffocate it. Apply it twice a day. Switch over to lotion when your tattoo artist says so.
- Continue washing and applying ointment or lotion as directed by your tattoo artist until the tattoo heals. The tattoo might look cloudy for a few days as it heals. This is called “onion skin.” You’ll know you have “onion skin” when the tattoo looks clearer when wet.
Yes, we require you to pay an $40 deposit to hold your appointment time, and also allow our artists to begin your drawing (drawing is work!). If you cancel within 48 hours, you will not receive your deposit back.