Ink Link Tattoos
691 N Military Trl, West Palm Beach, FL 33415
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I went to Ink Link to get my Daith and forward helix pierced by Eddy. He did not check my anatomy or placement of the piercings (he placed my forward helix directly in front of my rook). He also used incorrect jewelry on me. He used a curved barbell in my forward helix and a ring that was half the diameter that it should have been in my Daith. When I went back with large bumps and yellow pus they said it was normal and to put tee tree oil on it. I ignored them and went to the doctor. I had gotten MRSA. And they said it was normal. All I have to say is DO NOT go here for piercings. The place does not look sterile. They also did not use iodine to clean sterilize my skin which was unusual. I highly doubt that these people actually know how to pierce properly.
Dave Kennedy did my tattoo. I loved the way it looked at first. He had a great idea but he was super heavy handed which lead to scabbing and eventually infection. Went to MedExpress to get it checked out and doc told me she's seen 4 cases of infected tattoos in last 6 weeks and every single one was from ink link. Tattoo is ruined and I'd rather pay someone else money than give ink link a shot to make it right. Stay away.
Even from the moment I walked in the door I was welcomed by the staff. I had my VCH (vertical clitoral hood) pierced by Chris. I was so nervous but he tried to lighten the mood with conversation. He answered my questions and didn't make me feel awkward at all. He explained to me what I was going to feel and went through the whole process. It was very quick and I only felt a pinch. Afterwards he gave me a hand mirror to see as well as explain thoroughly the aftercare process. FYI - Don't get pierced by anyone who wants to use forceps. I made that mistake once, never again! Go to Chris, he's awesome!
PS- I don't review anything. The fact that I made a profile on YP just to rate Ink Link means he's good. :)
My twin sister had a tattoo of three stars behind her ear. Currently it looks like a rub off tattoo. It was horrible. My sister has had other tattoos done before, but this one made her cry. They tattooed over a scar (big no no) and most of the ink is faded, bad. Pictures of this will keep you OUT OF INK LINK!
I am new in town, but I have already seen a lot of Ink Links work floating around Palm Beach County, and honestly, if you're looking for a simple, &amp;amp;quot;run of the mill&amp;amp;quot; tattoo with not a lot of detail, then Ink Link should be fine.
Also, when I went in Ink Link, I felt very uncomfortable. The staff seemed very &amp;amp;quot;clicky&amp;amp;quot; and made me feel out of place.
I suggest if you want to feel comfortable and receive something unique, one of a kind and detailed, you need to seach else where. I did get my nineth tattoo recently from a place in downtown WPB, and the work was awesome. I went in, told the artist my idea, he took a few days to draw it, and then the peice was applied to my skin. I dont want to give the name of the shop while reviewing Ink Link, (and the rest going forward), but do make sure you do your homework before going to Ink Link.