Frequently asked questions
What is the price of a tattoo that is not in the catalog?
To know the price of a personalized tattoo we need to make a small study that consists of printing the sketch of the desired design and placing it directly on the area of the body where the application would be made, determining the size, orientation, position, lines, shadows, fillings and colors, until obtaining the confirmation of the client about the work to be done.
Why the minimum price of a tattoo is €25?
Keep in mind that the staff is in the establishment for many hours a day, without days off, day and night, to be able to serve you whenever you want.
For the preparation of a tiny tattoo or for a short review practically requires the same preparation as for a large one:
Assistance in choosing your tattoo (search, print and design test).
Filling in the required documentation.
Cleaning of surfaces.
Placement of furniture properly for your service.
Preparation of all the tools and materials necessary for its application.
Preparing the tracing of your design.
Preparation of the work table with all the utensils and materials necessary for its application.
At the end of your service, withdrawal of all materials used.
In addition, for a tiny tattoo or for a small review, the following materials are required as a minimum:
- Tracing paper
- Stretcher paper
- Plastic paper napkin
- Pair of disposable gloves
- Hydro-alcoholic gel
- Stencil eraser
- Green soap
- Cartridge (needle)
- Container for ink
- Wood applicator
- Paper napkins
- Permanent marker
- Transparent plastic film
- Sticking plaster
In addition, the use of other elements is required:
- A4 plastic cover
- Garbage bag
- Waste container
- Tattoo machine
- Air conditioner
- Electric consumption
And it also implies other indirect expenses such as those required by any business, such as rent or amortization of the premises, community expenses, garbage collection, water, telephone, internet, salaries, social security, taxes, etc ...
Why can not I recover the money if I cancel the contracted service?
The contracting of any service supposes:
The dedication of our staff's time to assist you, helping you locate or drawing your design, printing it, determining the place for your application, advising you, valuing it, completing the service file, etc ...
That time invested in you, we can not recover it.
At the moment an application is contracted, we block in our agenda, the space of time necessary to be able to render your service, forcing us to reject other contracts with clients interested in receiving our services in that same time slot reserved for you.
In addition, when you sign up for the service, you will be informed in writing of the following: "In case of cancellation of the service by the client, the money will not be returned, so it is advisable to think it over and not to hire the service if it is not completely sure about it. "
Why can not I recover the money if I am not satisfied with the service received?
Each application is a craft service, is not part of an automated process and therefore there are many variables involved in the preparation and final result:
Sometimes the client moves for various reasons: he is afraid, he is nervous, the companions demand his attention, he uses the mobile phone, he feels pain, etc.
There are clients who request breaks very often and that alters the pace of the applicator.
Each area of the body is different and the skin of each person is also very different.
The applicator is not a machine, some days it is more inspired, tired or nervous than others.
These factors can cause imperfections in the final result.
In addition, being an artisanal and artistic work, what for some people may consider as bad, for others it can be a true work of art.
And keep in mind that our resources (work and material) has already been consumed in the development of your application.
In addition, when you hire the service you are informed in writing of the following: "In case you are not satisfied with your service, you will not be refunded."
Why should I pay again to review my tattoo?
During the realization of the tattoo it is strictly verified that the ink has been deposited correctly on the skin, not ending the application until an optimal result is obtained, guaranteeing that the tattoo has been perfectly made.
In addition, we indicate to the client to check meticulously that the tattoo is completely finished before it is finished.
For the review of a tattoo usually the same preparations, work and materials are required as when it was initially developed.
If the price of the tattoo included the subsequent review, its price would be higher.
In addition, when you hire the service you are informed in writing of the following: "Even if you follow the recommendations, your tattoo can be erased simply by sweating or because your skin does not retain the ink."
Why may my tattoo have been erased?
There are multiple causes why a tattoo can be erased:
During the healing period, the first 15 days:
- Do not wash it regularly with water and neutral soap.
- Drying it sharply after washing.
- Not having applied a regenerating cream when the skin was dry.
- To have taken it permanently covered with a film.
- Have it submerged in pools, bathtubs or in the sea.
- Have it exposed to the sun or solarium.
- Having scratched it or ripped off its scabs.
- To have dressed tight clothes that have rubbed it or become attached to it.
- To have rubbed it with the footwear.
- Have it exposed to heat sources such as chimneys, ovens, saunas, etc.
- Have it exposed to chemical agents such as cleaning products, etc.
- For body sweating.
- Simply because your skin has not retained the ink.
- For a skin infection.
- By the rubbing of clothes or footwear.
- By the degradation of the ink over the years.
In addition, the following areas of the body are very likely to have their tattoos erased: fingers, hands, feet and lips.
Why is it necessary to design a tattoo service based on a photograph?
In a photograph, the lines of the object are usually distorted because:
The plane from which the photograph was taken and the plane of the object were not parallel.
The photographed object was not two-dimensional (flat) but three-dimensional (curved).
The photograph has shadows, fills and colors and it requires a drawing that only has black lines on a white background.
When a photograph that has a low resolution is enlarged, the image is pixilated and its details can not be observed.