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Best Tattoo Supply Advice

Best Tattoo Supply Advice


    

Best Tattoo Supply Advice.

by Maury Tat

Over the past decade, tattoos have become an acceptable fashion statement. People with tattoos do not get categorized or stereotyped as they once were. Because of the wide acceptance of tattoos as true body art, tattoo parlors now cater to a wide segment of society that is not bound by race, social class, occupation, economic status, or criminal activity. Fortunately, the industry has become regulated, making the giving and receiving of a tattoo to be a much more safe procedure.

If you are looking to get into the tattoo business there are a number of things you should consider when purchasing your tattoo supplies.

HOW BUSY WILL YOUR SHOP BE?

If you and your team already have a reputation and clientele that you will bring with you, you want to make sure that you have an adequate supply of supplies. Remember clients wont wait around for you to be ready, especially if there are competing shops.

IS THERE CASH TO INVEST?

If you are starting out and have limited resources, you may want to get a starter kit, which will be good for a few tattoos, but will need to be quickly replenished as you start getting income.Starter kits come in various formats, with a variety of different inks, practice skin and even DVD's. You will have to look at each kit and decide which is most suitable for your clients and level of expertise.

DON'T BLAME THE GLOVES!

You will also need to make sure that you have adequate gloves in both latex and non-latex forms. MANY CLIENTS ARE ALLERGIC TO LATEX! Make sure you ask every time. Gloves are not all the same, with different grades being available allowing greater comfort and minimal interference. Remember a comfortable worker is a happy worker, and better tattoos come from happy workers! It is not worth it to save a few bucks on cheaper gloves!

STERILE PACKS OR BULK NEEDLES?

You will also need to make sure that you have a good supply of all the needle varieties you will need. You have the choice of buying the needles in bulk or in pre-sterilized blister packs. It is up to you and the image you want to display to your clientele which you prefer. Bulk needles are less expensive, but the blister packs tend to have a more sanitary and professional appearance.

WHAT AFTERCARE PRODUCTS WILL YOU WANT TO MAKE AVAILABLE?

You will need to have gauze, medical tape and ointment to place on fresh tattoos for every client. You could provide each client with a sample package of ointment with the view to selling it to clients and enhance your bottom line.

AND THERE IS MORE!

You will also need to have a good supply of basic art choices, tips and grips, medical drapery, stenciling supplies, sterilizing machinery, and more. The tattoo business is fun, but it is a business. You must start out treating it like one. Having quality supplies and accessories is an important first step! Happy Inking!

About the Author:
Maury has been providing excellent forniture tatuaggi and advice from his online tattoo shop for a number of years. His extensive product range makes him one of the premier online suppliers of macchinette tatuaggi in europe. If you are serious about tattoos check his store today.


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