The vibe may be casual, but you should always respect the working environment of an artist and act kindly, while you’re the tattoo shop. We understand getting a tattoo is an exciting experience that you want to share.
“However, limit the number of people you bring with you.” You should bring just one person at a time with you in the tattoo area. Too many people can become a distraction to the artist and the other clients and can affect the performance of your artist. Unfortunately, we recommend you leave the youngsters at home. ‘The Tattoo Studio is not a fun place for children.
We have expensive tools, and artwork that can do damage, and children are NEVER allowed in the tattoo area. Please make arrangements to have someone watch the children while getting tattooed. Some materials and disposables contaminated, so we do not recommend your children to be around. Some materials, like needles or paper towels, have been used to clean may have been in contact with fluids and blood. And since children tend to touch everything, it is always better; they are not around the areas where tattoos getting done.
“Frequently, a client comes into the tattoo studio and treats it with a weird level of disrespect that they would normally do at any other place of business. I would encourage clients to treat their artists or shop with the same kind of respect that you would treat a bank, a clothing store, or a restaurant.
Keep in mind always that what we do is something that requires concentration. Not only on the creative process of the design. But also during the application of the tattoo, with sometimes can take a long time. So keep the right vibe at the tattoo studio always help to the decisive final result.