This is Oak at Painted Temple Tattoo in Provo, Utah and tattoo lingo. I guess there’s lingo in our world of tattooing you wouldn’t really hear in other worlds or other businesses or societies and whatnot. There is, it’s funny, the “tramp stamp” is the tattoo above the butt, basically, also we call it the
Hi, this is Daniel Walker at Painted Temple Tattoo. We’re talking about using practice skins to practice tattooing. I’ve really never used them myself. I hear, I hear some people use fruit also like oranges and grapefruits. I’ve seen these practice skins on line I really don’t know much about them never used them. I
Hi I’m Oak, Painted Temple Tattoo. It’s an ancient art form, it’s been around for thousands of years, it’s, it’s desire, it’s passion, you, you get tattoo because you want to, you feel you need to. And it’s a process of injecting ink or implanting ink beneath the skin, and it’s permanent, it’s there forever.
This is Oak at Painted Temple Tattoo in Provo Utah, and we’re going to talk about the side effects of basically, bacterious or poisonous tattooings that are been applied to you or someone else. You know, first of all, the appearance of the tattoo is going to change dramatically. You’re going to have scar tissue
This is Daniel Walker at Painted Temple Tattoo. Tools of the trade basically this is an armrest it’s a very bad ass armrest. It’s made out of piston heads and you know engine parts. We use that for you know putting arms and wrists on. This is a full spectrum lamp. Where in as it’s
This is Oak at Painted Temple Tattoo in Provo, Utah and this is how to take care of a tattoo. Your tattoo needs to be cleaned so you’re going to need to wash it with your regular soap at home. Nothing fragranced. Nothing, no pretty smelling. You just want to use a regular soap, Dove,