I love this place.
I went to Tattoo Tech for the first time when I was 16 to get my belly button pierced. I got my first tattoo there a week after I turned 18. And since then, I have gotten another tattoo and a tongue piercing. Steve has done both of my tattoos and they look awesome! I've recommended this place (and Steve, by name) to 5 other friends, including my husband. They have all gone and gotten tattoos and piercings. As far as I know, they were just as happy as I am with the service, the cleanliness, and the results. Definitely check them out!!
Quick service. Gabe is a cool guy. Ask for him!.
I was nervous as hell when I got there, but I went through with it. I asked Gabe how bad a lip piercing hurts and he said not too bad. It was over and done with before I really knew.
Just a little 'pinch' as it was described. The piercing leaked the red stuff a bit and I thought maybe something bad had happend but he assured me he had seen a lot more. He asked me if I was feeling alright and seemed genuine.
It (the red stuff) soon stopped and he helped me clean it up.
Overall, if your going to pay someone to hurt you, that is..put holes in your body. I would recommend tattoo tech to my friends and I will probably be going back there again.
Probably could find a better place....
I was very unhappy with Tattoo Tech. I did get with one of the tattoo guys there and go over a tattoo design that I was looking into getting. He was friendly (Steve) but the store as a whole didn't seem too happy to be working there. I ended up finding a better place to get my tattoo. If you really like the artist, go for it. The hours were horrible! They close at nine and I work 10am-8pm a lot and I could never get my tattoo done there! They said it was b/c of getting too much drunk people but it seemed like a big pile of BS(not really any bars around). I got off early at 7pm and went down there to talk with Steve (I really liked his work) but their hours and location made too much of an inconvenience. My day off was a wednesday and that was his day off... at least the shop I ended up going to, the artist was willing to work with my limited schedule. They could use some work.