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busier than ever. When you Talk To Bruno, no only you can book the services you need but you cal also see what local pros are charging upfront. No estimators, no surprises or hidden fees.
No, we don't place any charges or holds on your card until the job is completed. All payments are processed electronically trough Stripe, which is a certified PCI Service Provider Level 1. This is the most strong level of certification available in the payment processing industry.
It is very easy to choose and book a tattoo service through the Talk To Bruno platform. All you need to do is visit our website and choose your pro from amongst the service providers listed with us. The process is simple and can be done in a jiffy! Once you have picked your tattoo service provider, you can then sit back and wait for the service provider to be at your place anytime. The tattoo artist or service provider will ink you in your home's comfort, which makes things super comfortable for you. So, if you have decided to get yourself tattooed, don't delay to book a tattoo artist through us.
Yes, it hurts, but the good thing is that you'll gradually develop a tolerance to the pain caused as the natural pain-killers of your body; i.e., the endorphins rise to the occasion and make the pain much more tolerable and manageable for you. However, if the span of a tattoo session drags beyond 2-3 hours, you'll start finding the pain uncomfortable. When we say you get hurt while getting tattooed, it implies that you must be prepared for something like the scratch of a cat or a mild burning feeling as you walk into the tattoo parlor. If you have sensitive skin or poor pain intolerance, it may hurt more. Also, the magnitude of pain you'll suffer depends on the area you wish to get inked. Areas over the bones (e.g., ribs, head, feet, pelvis, etc.) will hurt more when compared to the fleshy zones of your body.
The tattoo service cost varies based on several factors such as the size of the tattoo, the complexity of the design, use of colors, placement of the tattoo, location, experience, and skills of the tattoo artist. Smaller tattoos will be much cheaper when compared to large-sized ones. A smaller tattoo may cost you not more than $50, whereas a larger one may range between $2000 and $5000 in terms of its average cost. Complex designs, use of too many colors in a tattoo would make the cost go up. Thus, watercolor tattoos will be pricier when compared to simple, black ink tattoos. The placement of a tattoo also influences its cost. If you wish to get tattooed on your body's difficult parts such as the face, feet, neck, elbow, the artist is likely to charge you 10%-25% extra. Also, tattoo artists who are experienced and reputed will charge you more than the novices or beginners.
Yes, tattoos can be removed. In case your taste changes and you wish to remove a tattoo or replace it, you can always do it. Tattoos can go off completely without leaving any scar on your skin. The 2 major options you have for getting rid of an old tattoo are as follows, you can get a new tattoo done over the one that already exists. The fresh inking must be darker enough to camouflage the pre-existing one. That'll hide the old tattoo underneath the new one and make the new one stand out prominently. The precision with which the cover-up is done depends on your tattoo artist's skill and expertise, or it can be done trough laser removal, this method can wipe out a tattoo completely. However, the process is time-consuming and expensive.
A session takes time as it requires precision on the artist who needs to concentrate on the design he or she is inking. Rushing through a tattoo session may lead to unwanted mistakes. If it is a small tattoo, it may take 30 minutes for completion. But larger tattoos may take anything between 3 hours to 10 hours and may involve multiple sittings. When you are making an appointment with the artist, they will specify the period you need to devote to the session.
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