Overcome your fear of needles by getting a tattoo at our studio, feeling is believing! Our needles are solid-core, not like a syringe, so if you equate getting a shot with getting a tattoo, you are in for a pleasant surprise. A professionally applied tattoo feels much like a scratch from a kitten, irritating, but […]
There have been to date no recorded cases of HIV infection from tattooing according to the Centers for Disease Control. Again, needles are solid-core, not hollow. It takes 100 microlitres of blood, (equivalent to 10 drops of blood) and deep intramuscular needle sticks to transmit HIV. We have always used autoclave sterilization. Use of an […]
We have always used single serve needle set-ups. It is our guarantee to you that your continued health and safety is our FIRST priority. We do not re-sterilize needles for use on others. When you physically visit our studio, please ask to see our autoclave log book for verification.
Our minimum fee is $100 dollars. Small tattoos range from $100.00 to $225.00. Medium designs range in price from $225.00 to $500.00. Larger tattoos range from $500.00 and up. We have a great selection of wall designs within your price range – for custom rates please stop in. Saturdays are walk-ins only – no custom […]
Wall work refers to the designs that you see on our displays. Commonly referred to as “flash” designs, these designs are either drawn or by us or are commercially available from our friends in the business. Custom work refers to a one-of-a-kind tattoo that you had a revelation about and we draw the design from […]
Our Studio accepts daily walk-ins and is scheduled on a first come first serve basis. Generally, walk-ins are convenient for individuals that choose a design from the wall selection. Although there may be individuals ahead of you who walked in and selected a design that may take 4 or more hours to complete, we have […]
As our skin ages, it loses some of its elasticity, Aged tattoos can be restored and most often look much better than they did in the beginning. See for yourself!
Sorry to hear that you were used as a guinea pig, but you are far from being alone, so there is some comfort in numbers. The artists at Dragon Moon can cover up poor work. However, a cover up depends on several issues that must be addressed: Did an individual that practices infection […]
The most important step in caring for your new tattoo is WASH YOUR HANDS before you remove your bandage. Proper hand washing will help to avoid “self-infection” from contaminated hands, especially if you have dogs, cats or birds in your home. Wash the tattoo with mild soap and warm water to remove the residual blood […]
Dragon Moon Tattoo does not remove tattoos. We kindly refer you to Dr. Steven B. Snyder, M.D. who is a Board Certified Dermatologist and Cosmetic Laser Surgeon. Doctor Snyder is known as “The Skin Doc” to many individuals within the body arts industry and is trusted by all. His address is: Dermatology Laser Center 10220 […]