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Welcome To Black Dolla Ink

Black Dolla Ink is a family owned and operated small tattoo company where my passion and career has merged into my lifestyle. I have been drawing and painting in the arts since the tender age of 7 years old and art has been running through my veins every since. In 2006 I purchased my first tattoo kit and I have been tattooing since then. With a little over a decade of experience in the tattooing world I enjoy the many different styles of art and have a few that I specialize in.

My specialties are in grey work, traditional, freehand, flowers, and skulls but I am an artist overall. Black Dolla Ink is dedicated to excellence in customer satisfaction! we use 100 % sterile and disposable tattoo supplies where we can create everlasting visual memories with a positive and unique tattooing experience, while producing quality work for an affordable price. STOP DREAMING & START INKIN'!!!

How to Choose Your Tattoo Design that You Will Love Forever

Tattoos are forever and they last forever too. At least they last as long as your body is enjoying its stay here on earth. Most of people love this idea that a tattoo lasts and this is what that inspires them to get inked by best tattoo artist in Colorado Springs. If you are planning to get a tattoo on any part of your body, then we are here to help you with some valuable tips to choose the design which you will never regret.

Do Your Research on the Tattoo Artist
Getting an excellent tattoo design requires precision and amazing technical skill from the artist. The biggest mistake people do while deciding to get inked is they focus only on the design not on the artist. The design you actually want cannot be achieved unless it gets done by a skilled professional. For best tattoos in Colorado Springs and best tattoo artist in Colorado Springs.

Go Slow While Choosing the Design
Think deeply on the tattoo design that you want to get inked on your body. Try to choose a design which not just looks great but also should blend with your personality. Consider the factors like your workplace, friend circle and inner personality to find something which complements your personality effortlessly. Don’t go for a tattoo design which does not match you’re your personal ideology or contradicts your inner belief system. Also decide on whether you want a monochrome or color tattoo. At http://blackdollaink.com, you may find some of the best color tattoos in Colorado Springs.

Customize Your Tattoo Design
We understand that you want something that really looks great and meaningful too. Certainly you should look for the hundreds of design before choosing the perfect one for yourself. Even after you have browsed through a cosmic collection of tattoo designs, there is every chance that still you failed to get the exact tattoo deign that you are looking for. In such occasion, you should draw your own design getting inspiration from other similar designs. We can offer custom tattoos in Colorado Springs just made for you. Just check out our website or call us at 719 400 5390.

With these easy and handy tips, now you can get inked with that perfect tattoo design which speaks a volume about your inner self and personality. Through that perfect tattoo design, you can actually tell the world who you are without voicing a single word.

Getting a tattoo is a decision that takes a lot of thought and time because it lasts a lifetime. There are a lot of questions that you have to ask yourself when getting one. What should I get? Where should I get my tattoo? What is the meaning behind it? Where should I go? Who should do my tattoo?

How to Choose Your Tattoo Design that You Will Love Forever

Tattoos are forever and they last forever too. At least they last as long as your body is enjoying its stay here on earth. Most of people love this idea that a tattoo lasts and this is what that inspires them to get inked by best tattoo artist in Colorado Springs. If you are planning to get a tattoo on any part of your body, then here are we to help you with some valuable tips to choose the design which you will never regret.

Do Your Research on the Tattoo Artist
Getting an excellent tattoo design requires precision and amazing technical skill from the artist. The biggest mistake people do while deciding to get inked is they focus only on the design not on the artist. The design you actually want cannot be achieved unless it gets done by a skilled professional. For best tattoos in Colorado Springs and best tattoo artist in Colorado Springs.

Go Slow While Choosing the Design
Think deeply on the tattoo design that you want to get inked on your body. Try to choose a design which not just looks great but also should blend with your personality. Consider the factors like your workplace, friend circle and inner personality to find something which complements your personality effortlessly. Don’t go for a tattoo design which does not match you’re your personal ideology or contradicts your inner belief system. Also decide on whether you want a monochrome or color tattoo. At http://blackdollaink.com/, you may find some of the best color tattoos in Colorado Springs.

Customize Your Tattoo Design
We understand that you want something that really looks great and meaningful too. Certainly you should look for the hundreds of design before choosing the perfect one for yourself. Even after you have browsed through a cosmic collection of tattoo designs, there is every chance that still you failed to get the exact tattoo deign that you are looking for. In such occasion, you should draw your own design getting inspiration from other similar designs. We can offer custom tattoos in Colorado Springs just made for you. Just check out our website or call us at 719 400 5390.

With these easy and handy tips, now you can get inked with that perfect tattoo design which speaks a volume about your inner self and personality. Through that perfect tattoo design, you can actually tell the world who you are without voicing a single word.

1. Start small.

If you’re new to tattooing, there’s no shame in starting small. Give yourself a chance to learn the process, how your skin takes ink, and how your body heals.

2. Know your pain tolerance.

Nothing wrong with pushing yourself, but on a first tattoo it’s more than fine to respect your body’s limits. If you’re very sensitive, avoid choosing ribs, backs of knees, elbows, or groin areas for your first tattoo.

3. Consider timing.

Sun exposure and water submersion can damage a new tattoo, so beach bums in particular will want to avoid getting a new tat in the summer. Spring and early autumn are the most practical. You won’t burn, but you can also leave any arm or leg tattoos exposed rather than covering them up with irritating fabric while they heal.

4. Don’t do it on the cheap.

Unless you have several trusted friends who can vouch for a suspiciously cheap tattoo parlour, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. You’re altering your body for life. If that’s not worth a decent investment, I don’t know what is.

5. Research your artist.

Look into who you’re trusting your body with. Choose an artist at least a week in advance, and look over their portfolio before committing. Make sure you’re happy with their work and that their style fits yours. Shots of their work should be available in the parlour and online, and reading reviews of parlours and artists on Facebook, Yelp, etc. will help you determine if you’re comfortable.

6. Choose wisely.

No matter how madly in love you are right now, putting your S.O.’s name on your body is a risky choice. Be 100% sure that you can stand behind your choice for the rest of your life. As a tattooist of mine once said, “You want it removed? OK, let me get the saw.”

7. Keep your face out of it.

Your cat’s face anywhere on your body but your face is totally fine.

8. Sleep on it.

Give yourself some time to be sure you’re happy with your choices — design, placement, artist. Spontaneity is all well and good, but marking your body for life is a big decision. While it’s more than OK to choose something that isn’t the be all end all of your existence, make sure you are making your decision in the right mind and for the right reasons for yourself.

9. Commit.

After you’ve slept on it, commit to it. Confirm your appointment, mark your calendar, tell everybody, and don’t back out. Loads of people talk about getting a tattoo for years and never do it. If you want it, you have to make it happen.

10. Buy Bepanthen+ in advance.

Your tattooist may or may not supply you with care cream, so to be safe, pick up a tube of Bepanthen+ at a pharmacy in advance of your appointment. This nappy rash cream is excellent for sensitive and sore skin, and will keep your fresh tattoo from spurting blood at inopportune moments. If your tattoo artist gives you care cream, use that and double check there’s no problem in using an over-the-counter ointment like Bepanthen or Aquaphor. Apply it at least twice a day for several weeks.

update: Never buy any sort of cream or ointment until you talk to your artist first. Every artist uses different inks and methods, and you need to speak with them to make sure it won't have a bad reaction to the chemicals.

11. Don’t stress.

During my first tattoo, my tattooist said he’d had a lot of girls cry and hyperventilate during their firsts — before the needle even went in! Panicking will only ruin the experience, which should make a good memory, so take a deep breath, prepare for a little pinch and a little scratch, and know that it’s not worse than that.

12. Take a buddy.

If you’ve got any nerves, don’t go alone. If you can, bring a friend who’s been tattooed before (and had a good experience!). Having someone to talk to, and someone you trust to walk you through the process as it’s happening will work wonders. It’s especially helpful to have a friend if you’re getting a tattoo done on an area you can’t see, so they can keep you informed on the progress!

13. Ask questions.

It’s your body, so take control and get all the information. If you’re not sure what an instrument is, or if any cream or ointment is being applied to your skin, don’t be afraid to ask what’s happening!

14. Bring a visual aid.

It should go without saying that you should supply a visual example of what you want. Even if you want an artist to customise a design for you, attend your appointment (or pre-meeting) with inspiration. If you want a specific text used, bring your chosen words along in that font. If you’ve seen the exact tattoo you want online, bring it in. Print versions are ideal, as your artist can use it to create a stencil or transfer.

15. You might get shaved.

Depending on where you’re getting inked and how hairy you are, you may need to shave or be shaved. If you’re getting a tattoo on a place you shave for everyday maintenance, don’t shave again until after it’s healed completely, and don’t use any other hair removal products on the area either.

16. Tip your artist.

If you’re satisfied with the result, show your gratitude. Tip between 15 to 30% of the session, and take extenuating circumstances into account. A tattoo artist opened up his studio for me on his day off earlier this year, so I showed him it was worth it!

17. Don’t be afraid to go back for a touch-up.

If a line isn’t clear enough, or a shadow not well filled in, go back and ask for it to be fixed! It’s better for small details to be done too lightly than botched the first time, and so this can happen due to an artist’s caution. If, within the first couple weeks of healing, you want something adjusted, get in touch with your artist and set up a touch-up. If you’ve been a good client and tipped well, this should be an easy arrangement!

18. Know how things are going to work in the shower.

You don’t want to keep a scabbing tattoo wet for too long, and if you like scalding water, you’ll make it sting. Once you’ve decided on your placement, have an idea of the most convenient bathing and showering method for the first couple of days. This may include placing cling wrap over the area, or gently washing before keeping it out of the stream for the rest of your rinse.

19. Follow your care directions.

Your tattoo artist will likely tell you how to move forward caring for your healing tattoo. If you’re not satisfied with their advice, this guide is a good reference. Either way, it’s important to provide daily care to your healing skin.

20. Other people will make your tattoo their business.

If you’ve got a visable tattoo, people will ask about it. They’ll probably judge it. I got my first tattoo because I wanted it. End of story. It’s not meaningful except for the fact that I have a strong memory of getting the guts to do it, I was proud of myself for following through, and I did it for myself. This is hard to explain to people and they’ll still ask, “But what does it mean?” Get your tattoo for yourself and forget what other people will think of it. (So I guess if you want to tattoo your cat’s face on your face and your ex-boyfriend’s name on your bum, go for it.)

21. If it’s right for you, it’s right.

You’re the one who has to live with it the rest of your life. So if you want it for yourself, give it to yourself.

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This policy is effective as of 24 May 2018.