Tattoo in Paradise Valley


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  • Electric Haven Tattoo & Barber Shop
    Tattoo parlors and barbershops are in Adam Dorsett's blood. After inheriting his great uncle and aunt's 1930s tattoo equipment and barber tools, he entered a tattooing apprenticeship. With 3.5 years of instruction and experience, Dorsett opened Electric Haven Tattoo & Barber Shop and invented High Life Pomade—a classic workingman's hair grease that keeps strands in place by never saying “I love you.” All of Dorsett's tattoo artists completed apprenticeships up to four years long and draw on that experience as they craft masterpieces such as portraits and old-school tats. His barbers trim dos and facial hair the old-fashioned way—with straight razors and hot towels. While they wait, barber customers of age may sip on complimentary tap beer. To ensure safety, Dorsett makes sure his staff is certified in CPR, first aid, and blood-borne pathogens. They also participate in monthly sterilizer spore testing and proper biowaste removal.
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    3402 S Mcclintock Dr
    Tempe, AZ US
  • T.I.
    Clean angles and an uncluttered aesthetic make the auditorium at Comerica Theatre an expression of modern minimalism. No columns, chandeliers, or giant neon-light cowboys distract from the stage, which has hosted such celebrities as Harry Connick Jr., Jerry Seinfeld, George Lopez, and the Blue Collar comedians. Thanks to the facility’s state-of-the-art audio and visual capabilities, the stage can be made to suit arena concerts, standup comedy, ballet performances, or small-scale Civil War reenactments.
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    400 West Washington Street
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Love and Hate Tattoo Parlor
    The first tattoos ever created at Love and Hate Tattoo Parlor are nearly antiques by now—the shop’s been open since 1975. That longevity is due in large part to the staff, who revels in creating totally custom works of art, from elaborate, Day Glo–bright sleeves to masterfully shaded black-and-white pieces. Each inkmaster has a signature style: one co-owner, Danny Ross, specializes in multichromatic pop-culture pieces that could’ve been lifted directly from a modern comic book, while another co-owner, Meg McNeil, loves the bold lines and time-honored symbolism of traditional designs. The shop’s piercers go way beyond the basics, too, adorning just about any part of the body with gemstones and rings while keeping their work areas impeccably sterile and magpie-free. Both kinds of body-mod pros regularly take home top honors at competitions during festivals and expos.
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    322 W McDowell Rd
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Just Tattoo Removal
    Having dissolved thousands of doses of tattoo ink, Dr. Phil Knall has worked his way up to educating fellow clinicians on the technique. He's presented at more than 800 industry seminars in six countries. Dr. Knall employs the Zimmer Cyro 6 laser, which vanishes tattoos over the course of a few treatments. Comfort is key; unlike many traditional cooling methods, such as ice-cream wrestling, the Zimmer's cooling system continuously chills the skin before, during, and after the procedure. See the clinic's gallery for evidence of the doctor's disappearing acts.
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    18301 N 79th Ave
    Glendale, AZ US
  • Alley Kat Tattoo
    The telltale buzzing of tattoo guns pervades the air at Alley Kat Tattoo’s studio, where skilled artists have emblazoned skin with Celtic symbols, graffiti, military insignias, and mythological art for nearly two decades. The artists eschew pretension in favor of a casual, hygienic environment that makes even first-timers feel like habitual inkers as they excitedly convey their ideas during consultations. When they aren’t putting their spin on classic designs such as dragons and portraits of Grover Cleveland, the artists accent eye areas and lips with subtle cosmetic tattoos that act as permanent makeup.
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    4746 W Glendale Ave
    Glendale, AZ US
  • Diamond Body Art
    Diamond Body Art’s tattoo artists adorn bodies with tattoos done in a variety of styles. Alfonso specializes in realistic portraits done in black and gray. He can make anything look real, including a horror tattoo of Frankenstein’s monster or of a demon leaving the bathroom without washing his hands. Whether he’s creating a realistic bird or a cartoon character such as Mini Mouse, Dominic infuses the skin with bold colors. And Michael focuses on drawing clean lines when crafting Polynesian or Japanese-style tattoos.
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    876 N Mcqueen Rd
    Gilbert, AZ US

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