One or Two Hours of Tattoo Art at Lucky Horseshoe Tattoos (Up to 58% Off)

Lucky Horseshoe Tattoos

from C$58.99
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C$125 53% C$66.01
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In a Nutshell

Tattoo artists inscribe bodies with detailed, original tattoos of everything from tigers to dream catchers

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Consultation required; non-candidates and other refund requests will be honored before service provided. Appointment required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • C$58.99 for one hour of tattoo art (C$125 value)
  • C$104.99 for two hours of tattoo art (C$250 value)

Tattoo Ink: Making a Lasting Mark

After picking a design and seeing it take shape, nobody wants their new tattoo to wash away. Check out Groupon’s examination of how the ink manages to last.

Insoluble tattoo ink, which consists of pigment suspended in a carrier solution such as water or alcohol, isn’t a modern marvel. Archaeologists have found tattoos on Egyptian mummies that date back roughly 4,000 years. In so doing, they’ve revealed two things: that the practice of tattooing has existed for millennia, if not longer, and that a single tattoo can last a pretty darn long while. To achieve that permanence, the ink distributes colored metal salts, vibrant plastics, or even vegetable dyes evenly within the solution, making it easy to insert into the second layer of skin, roughly a millimeter below the surface, where it remains safe from the upper layer’s constant flaking. Like paint, today’s inks can be mixed and diluted into a spectrum of shades and colors—even glow-in-the-dark varieties for tattooing a map of the route to the bathroom from your bed onto your arm.

Along with the Egyptians, other historical humans had their own tattooing methods. Inuit tribes, for instance, would pierce their skin with needles and draw soot-covered threads underneath the skin. Modern techniques are much safer, although the process still carries risk. Some people may exhibit allergic reactions to certain pigments, and some pigments can cause irritation in sunlight. If you commonly have reactions to cosmetic products, look into using hypoallergenic inks before going under the gun.

Customer Reviews

The guys there were great! They were very flexible with booking and took my appointment ahead of schedule. Absolutely love the tattoo. It is a piece of art work! Very talented tattoo artist and would highly recommend this shop.
Stacey · February 24, 2017
Good price and the artist did an amazing job, love my new tattoo.
Samantha B. · February 10, 2017
Price is good. They make good tattoos
Jess N. · April 16, 2016

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