300 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89107
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I am an avid "INK" advocate having tattoos on 30% of my body. I actually traveled to Las Vegas to get some work done from CHARLIE who I saw on a televised presentation of some work he did for the "WORLD POKER TOUR". I read in several magazine articles that is was suggested to make an appointment with him as he is in high demand. All true, he had a list of appointments for consultations and that appointment saved me very precious "party time" in Vegas :).. Well he lived up to his reputation, professional, clean, a masterpiece of artistry i claim. IF YOU ARE IN LAS VEGAS GO SEE CHARLIE!!! HE IS THE BEST I HAVE EVER SEEN
My friend and I stopped in the shop on vacation. The tattoo artists and girls and guy at the counter were very nice and smiling. We decided to get pierced on a whim. Their prices were decent but the piercer was TERRIBLE. He claimed to have been piercing for 18 years. He was completely unprofessional and just plain rude and mean! He did not clean the area that I was getting pierced and marked it with a fine point sharpie that I did not see him remove brand new from a package, nor dispose of it afterward. He did not greet us, explain to us what he was doing/what was going on. Ive never had a piercing take literally 20 sec from the time I sat down to the time I walked out. He did not mark her nostril, he simply put a stopper up it and pierced it. No warning, nothing. When we looked at the piercing the jewelry seemed a bit too high on the nostril so I commented on it and asked if he could pierce it lower and that she would be willing to sit down and get another hole poked in her. He instantly got defensive and accused me of telling him that he didn't know what he was doing. Finally we ended the verbal dispute by us backing down and saying he was right. He was an older man, tan, leather-like skin, black hair, wore all black, wore eye liner and had a very bright tattoo all around his neck. I think I remember recognizing an Asian theme to it. DON'T GET PIERCED BY THIS MAN!
12/01/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I got my belly button done at Diversity. I walk in, pick my ring, and wait for the guy that is going to pierce my belly button. While I am waiting, I can see the guy that I am waiting on. He was on myspace and talking on the phone, what sounded to be a personal call. I waited for at least 10 minutes before he took me in the room to pierce my belly button. He did a good job. But he was not very polite. My piercing took so much longer to heal than he said it would, and he wasn't very helpful. I found all my information for taking care of it online. As far as the piercing it is straight and looks good, but Diversity's costumer service is lame!
I would get another piercing there, but not from the same guy. But when I get my tattoo, I am going to Pricz!!
02/22/2006Provided by Citysearch -
This was my first peircing (other than my ears) that i ever wanted. I am not a very pain tolorent person but I had always wanted my belly-button done. I went in and picked out my jewlery from a very large selection they have, then waited about 5 minutes for the peircer to sanitize the room i was going to be in. Once ready I went in and sat in the chair, he explained everthing to me. All the how to's about cleaning and caring for my peircing, then he gave me a pamphlet on it. After all that he peirced me and out of my surprise it didn't even hurt. Surprise, surprise on my part! Great place for getting any peircing. Not sure about the tatto's but i did look at their book of art work and that was also great.