Is Getting A Tattoo Safe?
Definitely, but safe requires teamwork from both the artist and the customer. The artist must work in a clean/sterile environment with the right equipment, and the customer must follow the directions given by the artist for safe and proper healing.
WHERE IS CAP1TATTOOS LOCATED?
Cap1Tattoos works under Francisco Sanchez and Rember Orellana at Dark Age Tattoo Studio
124 W Oak St Denton, TX 76201
Does Getting A Tattoo Hurt?
It may or may not. Pain tolerance varies from person to person, but the pain of a tattoo is bearable to most. The area in which the tattoo is desired can often determine the pain level. Areas of the body that are low in fat, such as the foot or elbow, are more associated with high levels of pain during the tattoo process compared to other areas in the body that are high in fat. Areas that are commonly known to hurt the most are those in which the bone is closer to the surface.
DO YOU TAKE WALK-INS?
Walk-ins are always welcome at Dark Age Tattoo Studio. For Cap1Tattoos availability make sure to give us a call at (469) 671-6638 or send us an email through our contact page beforehand to secure a consultation.
HOW MUCH IS A TATTOO?
Cap1Tattoos works at a rate of $200/hr
Size and Detail both factor into the amount of time needed to execute your artwork.
However we do carry an $80 Dark Age Tattoo Studio minimum for small tattoos.
For further questions, you may request a consultation by sending us an email through our contact page.
DO YOU SCHEDULE APPOINTMENTS?
At Dark Age Tattoo Studio, Cap1Tattoos has a balanced schedule of walk-ins and appointments. Although, appointments are necessary for a complex tattoo that is bigger in size to ensure the tattoo is executed properly. Please make all appointments through our contact page.
DO YOU HAVE A QUESTION WE DIDN'T ANSWER?
For more information about tattoo related topics be sure to read our ink-focused blog and news.
Wash your tattoo three times a day (Morning, Afternoon, Night)
Let your tattoo air dry 10 to 30 minutes
Apply a thin layer of Aquaphor. A thin layer is strongly advanced. Too much aquaphor can pull out the ink damage the quality of the tattoo, which results in a higher chance on the tattoo needing a touch-up.
Repeat entire process for the next 2 to 3 weeks
Don't scratch or pick at flakes or scabs
No swimming (Pools, Lakes, or Hot Tubs)
Don't use anything other than Aquaphor
For questions or concerns, contact us at www.caponetattoos.com