Piercings and pricing atomic tattoo & piercing. Piercing price list basic piercings= $25 industrial= $40 2 piercings= $40 genital=$50 and up surface piercing= $30 and up dermals upon request =$50 and up jewelry change= $5 16 years with parental consent (ear piercing 12 and up with parental consent).
Furthermore, how long do you have to wait to get a tattoo after a piercing?
A: We recommend waiting at least a month after a new piercing or tattoo before you get back in the pool or hit the beach. Chemicals, bacteria, and sand could all be a threat to your new piercing/tattoo. If you can‘t avoid the water, we suggest using a water proof patch to cover your new piercing/tattoo.
Keeping this in consideration, what should I expect after my first tattoo?
Potential side effects and complications of tattoos
For the first few days after you get your tattoo, your skin may be red, itchy, and sore. You may notice excess ink, along with blood and fluid, leaking from your skin. This is normal.
Who owns Atomic Tattoo?
There is a minimum charge of $50 for all services, and the average price is $100 to $150 an hour.
• Process to Clean the ear piercing
WASH your hands thoroughly prior to cleaning or touching your piercing for any reason. using clean gauze saturated with saline solution. H2Ocean Blue Green Foam Soap. not necessary during cleaning or rinsing.
Ocean foam is the first all natural skin moisturizing foam that is designed for the tattoo community. H2Oceans ocean foam acts as a natural liquid bandage that moisturizes your tattoo while locking in color.
The enzymes in H2Ocean’s formula will start attacking the cell walls of bad bacteria and continue fighting off bacteria for up to 4 to 5 hours. Remember our formula does not harm any good bacteria essential to healing the body.
Yes, in most cases you should leave a tip
Like any service, tipping isn’t mandatory after getting a tattoo. … A tip goes a long way to making sure the artist gets fairly compensated for performing their craft. So, make sure to show your artist a little love with some dollar bills before you leave.
Don‘t expose your tattoo to direct sunlight. Don‘t heavily exercise the first 48 hours after getting tattooed – at the very least. Don‘t pick, rub, or scratch at your tattoo. Don‘t shave over your tattoo.
Stage Two (Days 7-14) – Itching and flaking begins, and this continues until layers of dead skin and scabs have fallen off. 3. Stage Three (Days 15-30) – Tattoo looks fully healed but may look slightly cloudy for a few weeks. Deeper layers of skin are still repairing, so continue to look after your tattoo.