Body art is one of the earliest forms of artistic expression know to humankind. It has been used to indicate status, religious devotion, desired protection against evil and disease, and much more. Today, people express many different reasons for getting various forms of body art.
Tattoo retouching Tattoos are permanent, but that doesn't mean they don't need upkeep. In fact, most tattoo designs will require a touch up at some point. There are a number of things that can fade your ink, like sun exposure or water, and it's important to be conscious of these factors.
Body piercing is just what it sounds like — a piercing or puncture made in the body by a needle. After that, a piece of jewelry is inserted in the hole. Commonly pierced body parts are the ears, nose, and the belly button. Oral piercings include the lip, cheek, and tongue. When a piercing is healed, some people will choose to expand the size of the hole to wear certain types of jewelry, including plugs and tunnels. Stretching should be done in small increments to decrease the chance of damage to the piercing and scarring.
Tattoo covering Let’s face it, everyone makes mistakes. Whether it be someone’s name, first tattoo or just don’t like the artwork anymore, let us give you a makeover.