It's that time again! :D Jen and I will be attending the 12th annual Skindustry Expo! We started this grand adventure in 2008 at the Holiday Inn in Allentown, Pa. 8 Years later the convention was moved to the Bethlehem Sands in Bethlehem, Pa. After four long years, Skindustry has moved back to the Holiday Inn and we're so excited to be back at our original venue! We can't wait to see you there!
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A lot of people get tattooed while on vacation as a souvenir of a memorable time. There is nothing wrong with this provided that you can take adequate care of it while you're there. As previously mentioned, keep it out of sun and water while it's healing- so get any swimming or tanning out of the way first and watch out for sunburn.
More importantly, thoroughly investigate the shop in which you'll be getting your tattoo and the artist who'll be doing the work. I cannot stre
Ah yes, summer comes along and off goes everyones clothes. Everywhere you look it seems like everyone has a tattoo and those who don't have them suddenly want them. These are a few things you may want to think about before you go under the needle. Sun and water can be harmful to a fresh tattoo. Please take care of your ink. Avoid swimming or soaking in the pool, ocean, hot tub or bathtub for at least 2 weeks after getting your tattoo. The ink needs time to heal into the skin
For 10 years now I've been traveling to Pennsylvania for the tattoo convention known as the Skindustry Expo. This will make year 11! :) It's always such a good time and I can't wait to see everyone again. It's being held at the Bethlehem Sands Casino on March 9th, 10th and 11th! Hope to see you there. If you're in the area and want to get work done, give us a call at the shop 631-648-9430 and we'll discuss ideas and set you up with a time slot :) #tattoo #tattoos #c
When I first started tattooing, most people visiting the shop would pick from designs on the wall. If your tattooist was an actual artist, they could draw up a design for you. But mainly, peoples inspiration was on the wall. To be more specific, most peoples choices were on the first three rows of images on the wall. We'd have to change around the flash sheets every once in a while because people would often just choose from the first things they saw without exploring any