Kids will be kids, and they’re always getting up to something, usually some sort of trouble. Me and my friends were pretty tame, but we did get into amateur tattooing. Our parents hated it (after they found out). I would use pins and ink from pens to tattoo myself, and my friends, when we were up late watching MTV, back when it used to play music videos.
I’ve had my own shop for a couple years now, and I’m always trying to find better places where they have tattoo guns for sale. I have a couple artists working with me, and we’re always in need of a new tattoo gun here and there, and everything else I’ve been using to put some great art on my devoted customers. There are thousands of places to shop and search for materials, but if you need quality materials then you go to the thelashop.com.
They have a great selection of guns
and can deliver it right to your home for a cost way less than you might expect to pay elsewhere. If you’re a beginner, get a gun here, if you’re an expert, upgrade your materials. When some prospective client coming in looking to get his first, or her third, or his twentieth tattoo, you’re going to want to display the best equipment you can find. Also put up lots of pictures of past work you’ve done, or get a binder and print the images out really nice and put them in there. Put the binder in the waiting room so people can see you’re legit. Even if you’re not. But if you’re not legit, then all the more reason why you need good equipment. Good equipment will go a long way – let’s put it this way, the tattoos I make now are far superior to the ones I used to make in my parents’ attic with pen ink and sewing needles, that’s for sure!