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Tattoo Coverups + Removal / Re: Tattoo removal or coverup?
« on: March 08, 2020, 05:01:05 am »
I vote for a cover up. That was my personal choice when faced with that decision. It was my way of "covering" the past with my new present. Talk to a professional and see what they say about choices. If the lettering is skinny and light enough you could have many possibilities available. Make sure that if you do cover it that the cover up has meaning... it helps. ^.~

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Tattoo Coverups + Removal / Re: Tattoo coverup that is waterproof?
« on: March 08, 2020, 04:51:55 am »
Tattoo camo - Two step process, good for larger tattoos consists paste and a setting powder and comes with remover, water proof, ranging from $35-45.

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The incontrovertible fact that the artist 'could not care much less' is a massive obstacle and one who the landlord demands to be trained of. I've under no circumstances heard of peroxide being ready to take off a tat - laser removing is, so far as I understand, the one method.

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I have no experience with tattoo shops, but in general you need to have enough equity (savings, home equity loan, small business loan) to run for two or three years before you start making a profit...you need that amount of time to build up enough of a customer base to make a go of things.
So what do you think what i can do ?
You need to sit down and figure out what your expenses are going to be, and then see if you can realistically pay those bills. You might start by going the other way and figuring out how many customers your husband has now and how much money they are bringing into the shop.
Your suggest is good do you have any tattoo business ?
As I mentioned, I don't know the tattoo business, and I don't even know Houston. But I think $5500 is  probably WAY too much for a startup, especially considering that you are going to have other expenses: salaries, insurance, shop supplies, etc.

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I have no experience with tattoo shops, but in general you need to have enough equity (savings, home equity loan, small business loan) to run for two or three years before you start making a profit...you need that amount of time to build up enough of a customer base to make a go of things.
So what do you think what i can do ?
You need to sit down and figure out what your expenses are going to be, and then see if you can realistically pay those bills. You might start by going the other way and figuring out how many customers your husband has now and how much money they are bringing into the shop.

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I have no experience with tattoo shops, but in general you need to have enough equity (savings, home equity loan, small business loan) to run for two or three years before you start making a profit...you need that amount of time to build up enough of a customer base to make a go of things.


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Tattoo Aftercare / Re: Video for take caring your tato
« on: March 08, 2020, 04:11:24 am »
Great video for people who've gotten their a tattoo and not sure what to expect with the peeling stage

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Tattoo Designs + Ideas / Re: I need some tattoo design ideas?
« on: March 08, 2020, 04:04:12 am »
Just a tip. dont get something stupid. get something that you like and dont care about what people say. take a pencil and draw a rose. then play with it. put big petals on it, small, thorns, anything. just do it and see what you get.

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Tattoo Designs + Ideas / Re: Tattoo Design Ideas ..?
« on: March 08, 2020, 04:02:04 am »
A thorn vine wraped around a sword with a decaying rose at the bottem. Just under it some rose petals with one drop of blood. But have something at the top that describes hope. Its means all hope within destruction comes from.....damn I forgot, but Its something about finding peace/comfort out of hard times

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Tattoo Designs + Ideas / Re: Any fierce tattoo design ideas?
« on: March 08, 2020, 03:57:18 am »
A face tattoo is a huge commitment so I hope you think long and hard about it. It's easy to cover tattoos on your body but your face is bared for the world to see. Unless you plan on dedicating your life to this lifestyle, you should get a tattoo in another place

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General Tattoo Discussion / Re: Tato and earnings
« on: March 08, 2020, 03:52:21 am »
It is now considered an art, to have something etched into your skin forever. I am not completely sure about the metal, but tattoos are a way to express yourself freely and to show people your artistic side and the way that you feel.

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General Tattoo Discussion / Re: Keebler Tato Skins.
« on: March 08, 2020, 03:49:31 am »
Yup they still exist. I have found them here at our Meijer store in Lafayette, IN

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