markens2 Registered User
#1

Hi all.

I'm thinking of getting a tattoo done for the first time.
It's a banksy picture of the rioter throwing flowers.

Does anybody know if the tattoo place in Leixlip is any good??

WopTittyPop Registered User
#2

Check out the Facebook page for the shop - https://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=100001998107635&sk=wall

Haven't been in the shop personally but I've heard good things and, judging by the photos of his work on the Facebook page, the tattooist seems good! Think it's only the one tattooist down there!

Jelle1880 Registered User
#3

Since it's basically onle one street it's kind of hard not to be the only one

But yeah, I lived there for a while and I heard some good stuff about it.

Heffo67 Registered User
#4

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Star Lord Moderator
#5

Heffo67 said:
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Any pics to back that up?

DirtyBollox Registered User
#6

markens2 said:
Hi all.

I'm thinking of getting a tattoo done for the first time.
It's a banksy picture of the rioter throwing flowers.

Does anybody know if the tattoo place in Leixlip is any good??


One of my friends got a large piece done about 6 months ago there, the guy doing it had fun with it and it turned out very well, i also have 2 other friends who got very small pieces done by him and they have had no complaints either.

JellyBeans92 Registered User
#7

Where is the Leixlip Tattoo shop.. like what shops is it beside?

protat Banned
#8

Snip-user banned.

alex souza Registered User
#9

I know that getting a new tattoo is exciting, and when you finally decide this is what you want, it is hard to wait. But this is not something to be rushed into. If you really want a tattoo that you are going to be happy with, its going to take some time. So, relax, and don't be in a rush to get inked.
Shop around! I'm sure if you were about to make a major purchase, like a car, you wouldn't buy one from the first dealership you went to. Check out examples of the artists' work, ask around, and take the time to just stay for a while and watch if you can. Ask the artists questions about health and safety and see if they are friendly and willing to talk to you. If you wander around the shop for half an hour, and no one even asks if they can help you, they don't take much pride in their work.

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