Got my first micro-dermal near my eye last August at the Warrior (never returning there agin) and there wasn't any privacy considering that there's only one chair next to the piercing display case (great opportunity to showcase your twitching if you're getting your first piercing here). I asked the employee to pierce as close but as safely (I emphasized that part) to my eye. Piercing seemed fine until a few months later in March I wanted the dermal top changed (piercing was considerably healed by this time if not fully), when I went back the piercer struggled for a while since it was stuck, and immediately after the dermal top change I noticed that one end of the dermal started poking forward a bit, this continued even though I kept a band-aid on to try to keep the dermal settled down into the tissue again, eventually after about a month and a half the end of the dermal started to poke out of my skin. After getting checked out and having the dermal removed (not at the Warrior) I found out that the metal of the dermal was cheap as well as my first dermal top, and the second which was plastic was of also bad quality. I also found out that the piercing was entirely too close to my eye despite my insisting that I preferred safety over aesthetics. In a nutshell: uncomfortable environment and cheap jewelry. The employee at Infinite removed my dermal for free and explained how the jewelry was not up to par and that the piercing placement was unsafe. He was honest, professional and explained every step and action before he proceeded. The place was clean, there was privacy, and a broader selection on jewelry. I will definitely come here again for any future piercings.
J.R.'s Tattoo and Body Piercing Studio has a really talented and creative group of artist. The shop is clean and friendly and the original art work on display by J.R. is INCREDIBLE. Check out artists Sam, Blake ,Mandy, Classic ,Floyd or Brenda for some truly original art!