At its locations in Loveland and Denver, Tattoo Must Go's expert technicians erase unwelcome ink with a Q-switched laser, which sends nanosecond pulses of intense light to the treatment area. Patients go through a complimentary consultation before treatment begins, determining the number of sessions necessary depending on ink colors, skin tones, and how many Alfs are in the tattoo. During half-hour treatments, the laser breaks down particles of any color while minimally affecting the skin. A Zimmer Cryo 6 Chiller provides additional comfort during the process, keeping the treated area cool. Patients can return for their next treatment in as few as three weeks.
The certified laser technicians at What Were You Inking? remove regrettable tattoos of all sizes, colors, and quality. After performing an initial exam to assess the damage, professional brand lifters de-dedicate biceps to former lovers with the help of the Astanza Trinity laser. Using three wavelengths, the machine can dissolve most colors of the rainbow into an invisible ink mist without scraping the delicate epidermis, minimizing the chance of scarring and encouraging rapid recovery. Each session lasts approximately 15 minutes, and depending on the tattoo, bodies can be free of poorly drawn Muppet Babies in five to 10 treatments.
A neon-lit fortune cookie hung in the window is the first clue that this is not your average, impersonal tattoo parlor. Here, tattoo artist Jon Lew and his staff of ink and piercing specialists cultivate a fun and cozy atmosphere, compounded with a level of professionalism that comes from having more than 20 years of combined experience.
Tattoos begin with a consult from one of three tattoo artists who draw up custom illustrations to match the designs lurking in clients' minds. Fortune Cookie Tattoo's team boasts specialties in styles ranging from traditional to neo-traditional, which come to fruition via a spectrum of inks, including high-color, black and gray, and scratch and sniff.