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Taking Care Of Your Tattoo

Taking Care Of Your Tattoo Home Blog Taking care of your new tattoo is crucial to ensure it heals properly and looks great in the long run. Here’s some informative guidance to help you care for your fresh ink: 1. Listen to Your Tattoo Artist: Your tattoo artist at Jane-Doe Ink is your first source […]

Some Popular Piercings That Just Aren’t A Good Idea!

Some Popular Piercings That Just Aren’t A Good Idea! Home Blog Some piercings, such as the snakebite, are avoided by many experts. Meghan Lafontaine, who works at the Black Line Studio tattoo and piercing shop in Toronto, explains, “We steer clear of performing horizontal tongue piercings, commonly known as snakebites. This type of piercing can […]

Piercing Healing Times

Piercing Healing Times Home Blog Earlobe Piercing: Earlobe piercings are usually among the quickest to heal. You can expect them to heal in about 6 to 8 weeks.Cartilage Piercing: Piercings in the cartilage of the ear, like helix or conch piercings, often take longer. Plan on around 3 to 6 months for full healing.Navel Piercing: […]

Piercings And What To Expect

Piercings And What To Expect Home Blog Alright, so you’re thinking about getting a body piercing from a professional studio like Jane-Doe Ink – that’s cool! Here’s what you can expect in a pretty chill and straightforward way: 1. Consultation: When you walk into the studio, you’ll likely start with a chat. The piercer will […]

Hand Poke VS Traditional Tattooing

Hand Poke VS Traditional Tattooing Home Blog Hand-poke tattoos are like the cool rebels of the tattoo world, and they’ve got some awesome differences and benefits compared to the traditional modern tattoo methods. 1. No Buzzing Noise: First off, hand-poke tattoos are all about keeping it chill. You won’t hear that loud, annoying buzzing sound […]

The Difference Between Coil & Rotary Tattoo Machines

The Difference Between Coil & Rotary Tattoo Machines Home Blog The Difference Between Coil & Rotary Tattoo Machines So, you know, when it comes to tattoo machines, there are basically two types: coil and rotary. They both do the same job – poke ink into your skin – but they do it in different ways. […]