When cared for appropriately, your new tattoo should heal within 2-3 weeks. However, everyone is different, and we all heal in different ways and within different timeframes.
The length of the tattoo healing process depends on how big it is, where it’s located on your body, and the design.
We do not tattoo individuals who are pregnant. This is for the health and safety of the individual.
We do not use piercing guns for any piercings, including ear lobes. This is because they cannot be sterilised to our standard of excellence. The use of piercing guns often damages the tissue which delays healing or may lead to permanent damage.
Yes, you can use numbing cream to reduce the pain of getting pierced, however, we advise against it. We do not sell or apply numbing cream for you, but you can purchase this from the chemist. We can show you how to use it and how long to put it on for.
Like a regular tattoo, there will be some level of pain depending on where you get your cosmetic tattoo on the face. Depending on your individual pain tolerance, you can use a numbing cream to help with the pain. We do not sell or apply numbing cream for you, but you can purchase this from the chemist.
Cosmetic tattoos are semi-permanent tattoos that generally last about one year, but you can get them touched up at regular intervals to make them last longer. The better you take care of your cosmetic tattoo, the longer it will last.