Best Tattoo Shop in Irving

You want to get a tattoo and are looking for the best tattoo shop in Irving in 2017? Read why Iron Ink Tattoos may be the right shop for you!

Iron Ink Tattoo

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Iron Ink Tattoo - Tattoo Shop in Irving

from Iron Ink Tattoo

“Rutherford County’s oldest and only APT Bloodborne pathogen certified tattoo parlor. Our professional, friendly, all female staff specializes in cover-ups, re-works, custom tattooing, cosmetic tattooing, body piercing, and dermal anchoring. Our large, unique selection of jewelry will meet all of your body piercing and stretching needs.
Operator, owner, and tattoo artist, SunShine McCurry, has provided Rutherford County with the highest quality body art and modification since 1997. A master tattoo artist, Bloodborne Pathogen instructor for both the Alliance of Professional Tattooist and the National Health and Safety Council, as well as a member of the board of directors for the Alliance of Professional Tattooist, SunShine strives to create a clean, safe, sterile environment inside her tattoo studio.”

Iron Ink Tattoo is an established tattoo shop in Irving with experienced artists and great reviews. With almost only 5 star reviews, they should be a top choice around Irving! Over 5.000 fans on Facebook and a great community and some amazing work to show off!

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Still not sure if you want a tattoo?

Getting the first tattoo is both an exciting and terrifying experience. You will probably have plenty of questions to ask or research, such as the cost, the quality of the tattoo shop, and how bad will it hurt.

Here are five things to consider when getting a first tattoo:

Don’t rush in

The look, style and design are the most important aspects of the first tattoo; followed by the quality of the parlor and the artist. Take the time to research the different designs using online resources and inside the parlor. For a more unique design, it is possible to give the artist an idea of what you what and ask for a preliminary sketch. But don’t let the actual inking start until you are 100% happy with the design.

Research the tattoo shop

In order to decide on the tattoo parlor make sure to do the necessary research. A quick way to short list the potential parlor is to use online reviews. When you have one or two that seem promising, you can visit in person to get a better appreciation of the tattoo artist, customers, and health standards. Try to complete the research well in advance to make sure everything is in place for when you decide to commit to having the tattoo done.

Ask questions!

A professional tattoo artist shouldn’t have a problem with answering any questions that you have. Plus, they will make sure you are fully comfortable before starting the ink work. If you aren’t able to get your questions answered to a satisfactory standard or you don’t feel you are able to connect with the artist, it may be a good idea to continue the search for the right person elsewhere.

What is the placement?

For the very first tattoo many people go with a design that isn’t extremely visible or large in size. Most first time tattoos are inked in the more discreet areas, while hands, neck and face are usually bad ideas. Plus, it is important to think about other things in life, such as whether the tattoo will have any impact on you future career.

Don’t bargain hunt

Look for professional artists and tattoo shops, not cheap prices. Avoid searching for the low-cost options that could lead to bad work and a higher risk of infections. Remember, it will stay with you for a long time!






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