One or Two Hours of Tattooing at Revolution Ink Tattoo (Up to 54% Off)

Revolution Ink Tattoo

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· Reviewed January 8, 2018
Awesome guy and a great artist. Looking forward to my next tattoo with Dana. Thank you :-)
Merchant replied
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You're VERY welcome Sandra. I look forward to your next visit as well! :)
Merchant replied · February 17, 2018


Laurel M. · 2 reviews HELPFUL REVIEWER
· Reviewed November 26, 2017
Dana was fun, professional, and very talented. He took a simple project and turned into a unique work of art. Highly recommended!
Merchant replied
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Laurel, finally got around to responding to some of these (busy, busy!) So glad you enjoyed your experience here, and happy with the art. I look forward to your next visit with us, hopefully soon! :)
Merchant replied · February 17, 2018


· Reviewed October 27, 2017
Dana is awesome! The shop has a great vibe and I would recommend to anyone. I will definitely be back. Thanks again!
Merchant replied
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Hey Tomi-Lynn, thanks for the nice words. I THOROUGHLY enjoyed doing that tattoo for you, and you wer awesome company too. I actually received so high accolades for your tattoo when I posted it online, so thanks for the opportunity as well :) I look forward to seeing you again sometime in the future, and putting some more art on you. Thanks again! Dana
Merchant replied · November 21, 2017

What You'll Get

Choice of:

  • One Hour of Tattooing
  • Two Hours of Tattooing

Choosing a Tattoo Design: Thinking About Your Ink

The type of tattoo you get is a decision for the ages. Check out Groupon’s guide to some of the factors to consider before inking up.

Some people have never considered getting a tattoo until they happen upon a unique image that speaks to them; others head into the tattoo shop with only a general idea of the tattoo they want. In either case, it’s helpful to examine your design options from a tattoo artist’s perspective to make sure the image will look as good on your skin as it does on paper. Some principles to consider:

Flash or custom?: Flash is the industry term for the dozens of designs that fill a tattoo shop’s walls or binders for customers to flip through. In higher-end shops, all these designs will have been drawn by the artists on staff. If you know you want a traditional or relatively simple image, flash can be an excellent way to go—after all, you can rest assured that the design will work well as a tattoo, and the artist likely even has some experience executing it. Even if you do opt for an original design, taking a look at a given shop’s flash can show you whether the shop’s style is a good fit for you.

Placement: Not every tattoo is right for every body part. Areas where skin is constantly being stretched will distort the image, and all that motion will shorten the tattoo’s lifespan by dispersing the ink particles. Symmetry is also a factor: asymmetrical designs may look odd along the spine or the bridge of the nose, for instance, whereas a too-symmetrical design could seem unbalanced on the side of the arm. Finally, there’s sensitivity to consider. Any design that relies on a great deal of precision will be a poor fit for painful areas, since twitching may disturb the needle’s action.

Line: Tattooing relies on the skill of human hands, and however skilled those hands may be, they won’t achieve the control of a printer. Perfect circles and parallel lines are especially difficult to execute. (Try drawing either of these freehand. Now try it on a vibrating sheet of rubber.) For this reason, organic forms and irregular curves may end up looking more picture-perfect, although they can’t get too detailed. Because tattoo ink spreads under the skin over time, there’s a limit to how close together lines can be without merging.

Color: Black is the base of the most striking and durable tattoos, and it’s also the most versatile. Blue and red will still show up on darker skin, but if your skin is very dark, black may be your only option. In that case, a design with strong contrast between black ink and bare skin will be most legible. Even if your design does use color, a black outline is necessary to make shapes clear to viewers any farther away than the parrot on your shoulder.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Consultation required; non-candidates and other refund requests will be honored before service provided. Appointment required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. If design changes after consult time, the session is activated. Must bring requested image to appointment. Custom design is extra changed. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Revolution Ink Tattoo

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