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more than a tattoo shop

EXCEPTIONAL CLEANLINESS

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EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE

 

Our TEAM

CYDNEY BERGDORF

Specialization: Color, Cartoon, Floral

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tojo

haynes

Specialization: Black and Grey Realism

ASHLEY

ROLLER

Specialization: Fine Lines, Peppering, Anime, Flora & Fauna

Loves to tattoo Anime/Manga!

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Ashley

Nielsen

Specialization: Illustrative, Stylized, Color

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ALEX

ROMO

Specialization: Fine line black and grey

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Lily

Elbaum

Specialization: Illustrative, Silly Tattoos

Justin
Nogy

Specialization: Fine line

Madison Pharr Tattoo

Allison
Henry

Takes Walk-Ins Friday & Saturday!

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Madison
Pharr

Specialization: Dot and black work

Allison Henry Tattoo

Apprentices

Interested in an apprenticeship? Apply now!

Devyn

Moreno

Apprentice Class 3

Month 6

Now taking clients!

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Liz
Mejia

Apprentice Class 3

Month 6

Now taking clients!

JM Barron

Apprentice Class 4

Month 5

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Sara
Schellenberg

Apprentice Class 4

Month 5

Emmett
Hogue

Apprentice Class 4

Month 5

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Lesley
Loyola Jimenez

Apprentice Class 4

Month 5

ABI
Jackson

Apprentice Class 4

Month 5

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Holly
Summers

Apprentice Class 4

Month 5

Les
Wabaunsee

Apprentice Class 4

Month 5

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Patrick
Hall

Apprentice Class 4

Month 5

Tobi
 

Apprentice Class 4

Month 4

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Averee Jolly

Apprentice Class 4

Month 3

 

AFTERCARE

Our job is to make sure you leave our studio with awesome artwork, but once you leave the doors, it's up to you to make sure it's taken care of! Use the following tips to make sure your art stays clean and bright:

TATTOO AFTERCARE INSTRUCTIONS

ALWAYS WASH YOUR HANDS BEFORE TOUCHING YOUR TATTOO

 

WHEN YOU GET HOME

Remove your wrap within 2-4 hours after getting your tattoo. Do not re-bandage.

Your tattoo needs to breathe just like any open wound.

 

FOR 2-4 WEEKS

Gently wash your tattoo with anti-bacterial liquid soap. Use only your hands.

Gently pat your tattoo dry with a clean paper towel.

Rub a thin layer of unscented lotion on your tattoo.

Gently pat off any excess lotion with a clean paper towel.

Do not use vaseline, petroleum,  Neosporin, or anything similar.

Repeat this process 3-5 times daily, and more as needed.

Wear clean, soft clothing over your tattoo for the first 2 weeks - nothing abrasive or irritating.

Your tattoo may peel. This is normal. Do not pick at the skin.

THINGS TO AVOID

  • Do not pick, scratch, peel, slap, rub, or irritate your tattoo.

  • You can shower, but you may not soak your tattoo for 2 weeks.

  • NO SWIMMING, BATH, OR HOT TUB.

  • You may not expose your tattoo to the sun for three weeks. After that, 

  • You must use sun block to protect your tattoo from fading.

  • Do not wear abrasive materials, jewelry, or shoes that rub against your tattoo.

  • Beware of gym equipment while healing; wash equipment well before using.

  • DO NOT LET ANYONE TOUCH YOUR TATTOO WHILE IT IS HEALING.

TO REDUCE SWELLING

  • Ice your tattoo

  • Elevate your tattoo

  • Take short, mild temperature showers

SANIDERM AFTERCARE

Your first piece of Saniderm should stay on for 8-24 hours, depending on how much the tattoo weeps.

It is normal for blood, plasma, and fluids to collect under the bandage.

The next day, you may come back during business hours for a replacement Saniderm bandage. This

can be worn for 3-5 days. Do not wear any Saniderm for longer than 7 days.

If the bandage becomes compromised and part of the tattoo is exposed, no matter how small, remove

it and follow standard aftercare instructions. You may come in for a replacement during business hours.

HOW TO REMOVE SANIDERM

Always wash your hands with your antibacterial soap before, and keep your antibacterial soap and

clean paper towels nearby. Using a wet paper towel to lift the edges, very gently pull the bandage

back over itself in the direction of hair growth. Avoid pulling upward and never “rip it off like a Band-

Aid.” Incorrect removal can result in scarring of the tattoo and/or surrounding areas. We recommend

removal in the shower for easier clean-up. Once the Saniderm is removed, follow standard aftercare

instructions.

FAQs

- FLUID IS COMING OUT OF THE BANDAGE. WHAT SHOULD I DO?

While weeping inside of the bandage is completely normal, excessive weeping may affect the adhesion of the bandage and allow bacteria and other outside elements under the bandage, especially if it leaks out of the bandage. Simply follow removal instructions. You may come in for a replacement during business hours.

- CAN I GET SANIDERM WET?

While submerging your tattoo in any body of water (including but not limited to baths, lakes, pools,

hot tubs, rivers, or oceans) is extremely dangerous, taking a shower is perfectly okay. Still, it is

important to monitor the time you spend in the shower. Prolonged exposure to water, especially when

hot and steaming, will weaken the adhesion of the bandage.

Do not go swimming with Saniderm; there is no guarantee it will protect your tattoo from bacteria after prolonged exposure to water or submersion. 

- WHAT DO I DO IF THERE IS AN AIR BUBBLE UNDER MY SANIDERM?

It is important that you keep your tattoo completely sealed. If the air bubble does not extend to the

edges of your Saniderm, there is no need to worry. If the bubble does extend to the edges of your

tattoo, it is exposing your tattoo to outside bacteria and elements, which can lead to infection. Based

on this information, use your judgement to decide if you need to remove the bandage. Feel free to call

or send questions and pictures to your artist or our Instagram if you have any doubts.

If you believe your tattoo may be infected, please contact your doctor and then let your artist know.

Feel free to send us pictures if you aren't sure.