1. It is the responsibility of the artist AND the customer to ensure the accuracy of the tattoo. Being as your Irish you should have told the artist the colors of the flag before you got it done. In the event that one of my customers doesn't know a specific I do the research, if they know I trust their opinion on their tattoo. I can't see an artist using red if you said it was orange but who knows. 2. Staph can come from dirty needles or tubes but if it came from supplies, with such an invasive "procedure" you would have noticed the infection showing its face within three days, before it had gotten close to healing. Staph can take up to ten days to show but that's EXTREMELY rare. All of the teaching and knowledge I've received over the years I have never seen someone get staph from a tattoo that didn't show up in the first 48 hrs. If the infection disnt appear till it started healing then you most likely contracted after you got it done. In all reality there's no way to tell and it's not fair to blame it on the shop. 3. As far as the allergy. You can't say you're not allergic to orange because every company makes their ink differently. So you may be allergic to Intenze's orange but now Iron Butterfly's. BUT you are correct that it wouldn't make the ink change color. Now if the ink was still very new and you were bleeding the color of your blood could absolutely change the color of the ink. This is why you can't do white if someone is bleeding too much. Allergy effected skin tends to bubble up and turn very red but the red would subside with healing. Now as far as this shop, call me biased but I loved them back in the day when it was Justin, Frank, Nick, and Pat. As a female artist I had a lot of really bad experiences working for men in this industry but not with them. I went in with a very skeptical eye and was met with a clean, sanitary, professional environment. The artists were all very professional and respectful. The shop was clean and comfortable and the work was of gold quality. Any shop can have bad experiences. Not one shop in the world has a 100% perfect reputation because tattoos are not a perfect art and there's A LOT that can go wrong with them. It is your job as a customer to do your research on what shop and which artist within the shop to go too. It is your job to check your drawing and stencil and make sure it's the image you have in your head. As artists we can only do what you tell us to do and sometime things get lost in translation. I make absolutely sure that my customers okay every part of their tattoo before the stencil even touches their skin but you are responsible for your body and your art as well. Period.
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A real nice place to take the family ! I felt very safe and pleased with the service that i got from the barbers there . It was a calm and relaxed barber shop . but very much a happy place to be when you need a good hair cut . The barbers are very talented and patient ! you can trust them to handle any thing you may throw there way ...They are really good with kids , matter of fact I found them to be great with them , Aswell the music is on point !!! I wish that more shop were like this one
I DONT KNOW WHERE THESE OTHER COMMENTORS ARE FROM AND WHAT TYPE OF BACKGROUND THEY HAVE; HOWEVER, I AM A MIDDLECLASS WHITE FEMALE WITH A COLLEGE EDUCATION. I LOVE RAP AND HIP-HOP. THE DJ THERE IS AMAZING!!! THE DANCE FLOOR STAYS PACKED AND I LOVE THE ENERGY OF THE CROWD. THERE ARE A TON OF COPS AND BOUNCERS THERE AND THAT MAKES ME FEEL SAFE IN CASE SOMETHING DOES POP OFF. I HAVE NEVER HAD AN ISSUE WITH ANYONE EVER. DRINKS ARE GOOD AND NOT TOO EXPENSIVE. I LOVE THIS PLACE!!!