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What You'll Get
Most people are not fortunate enough to be born with a birthmark in the shape of their favorite basketball player or band logo. Rectify nature's mistake with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $53 worth of piercings, jewelry, and tattoos at Darkhorse Tattoo in Edmonds.
The deft artists and piercers of Darkhorse Tattoo wield their body-adorning needles with skill and style within their shop's squeaky-clean interior. A plethora of body-piercing services enables customers to add semi-permanent accents to their bodily tableau, mimicking the Mona Lisa's rise in value after she pierced her septum. All new piercings clutch surgical-grade stainless-steel jewelry, including hematite-beaded captive bead rings and barbells. Add extra interest for lip readers by threading a lip with a ring ($50). Take time to smell the style of a nasaldazzling ($50) or empower the eyebrows with a curved barbell capable of simultaneously expressing surprise, swagger, and a love of alloys ($50). Once pierced, Groupon holders can enjoy a special discount on select pieces of Darkhorse's body jewelry.
Beyond getting threaded and or studded, drop-ins can also make their mark by taking a seat in the shop's skin-saluting tattoo chair. Because tattooing rates vary, based on a variety of factors, clients are encouraged to phone ahead before committing to elaborate endeavors including highly detailed color pieces or full-body tattooed tributes to the limbic system.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 3, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. Must be 18 or older. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Darkhorse Tattoo
Professional tattoo artists Sasha King and Micah Nelson preside over a choir of buzzing needles as they ink clients with designs that range from detailed black-and-white portraits to simple kanji letters. Though immaculately clean, their Edmonds studio eschews the coldness of a medical clinic in favor of a warmth that reflects the artists’ own dispositions. While Sasha and Micah outfit skin with colorful sleeves or all-black tuxedo vests, their piercing counterparts embellish ears, lips, noses, and brows with studs or surgical steel rings.