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TATTOOS for everybody!
Way back, during ancient times, a tattoo was a symbol of belonging to a tribe or clan. Nowadays a tattoo doesn’t just get you closer to art – it makes a piece of art out of your skin.
Tattoos are more and more frequently seen on mature people. Those who get tattoos are less likely to be judged by others; and who could really judge people who have a copy of a Leonardo, Van Gogh or Gustav Klimt on their skin?
The ink formulas have improved significantly. Now, an extremely wide variety of colors and shades gives a tattoo artist so many opportunities! Combined with quality instruments, it allows to do anything you want – from beautiful flowers to hypnotic ornaments.
Our artists have an extensive experience. They know everything about tattooing instruments and ink colors to give the right shade to your tattoo. They also make unique customized sketches and can match a tattoo style to every individual customer.

Masters

Tattoo master

Dmitry, tattoo and piercing artist

I started dabbing into tattoo and piercing as early as 16: I learned from artists I knew and completed a MasterSkin studio course. In 2003, I started doing my first tattoos – first on friends, who then recommended me to other clients. All in all, first it turned into a hobby of mine, and then this hobby became my job. It brings pleasure to both me and my clients.

What I can do:

- piercings of any complexity: from earlobes to the most private body parts

- tattoos, both B/W and color, preferably floral and Japanese-styled.

- laser tattoo removal.

Tattoo master

Leonid, tattoo artist

I’ve been getting ink done since 2006. My professional journey began with ornament and linear graphics styles. In 2010 I started my first tattoo studio job, where I gained new experience and improved my techniques. After that, I switched to more complex tattoo styles: Japanese style, Biomechanics and Realism

Tattoo master

Aleksandr, tattoo artist

Hi, I’m Aleksandr! I believe that an “artist” is a relative term. Is it someone who bought a box of paints or a box of pencils, and ruined 154 canvasses? Or is it someone with an art degree who was taught to draw a jug and an apple? If those are your definitions of an artist, then no, I'm not one. I am better! I know lots of techniques, nuances and secrets. I am a seasoned professional. I don’t have any favorite styles, but can do any ink you like. Whatever picture you show me, I’ll get it done on your skin

Tattoo master

Aleksandr, tattoo artist
We have another Aleksandr at our studio, who wrote a poem about himself:
A couple of years ago, I had ink done by an artist
Who was not skilled at all,
So my ink turned out terrible.
After that, I thought:
Even I could do it better!
I got a better ink since,
And became a tattoo artist myself.
Now, I still draw pictures,
Not on paper, but on people.
It’s serious business,
As skin is the most precious canvas.
My tattoos last for all eternity.
What about my styles?
Japanese is interesting, but I don’t like the colors.
So my favorites are Neotraditional and Organic.
Well then, that should be it.
Yours, Gruz

Tattoo master

Aleksey “Aksai”, tattoo artist

I have six years of tattooing experience. I learned at a Chinese tattoo parlor named Western in the city of Dongguang. My favorite styles are Celtic, Dotwork, Chicano, Polynesia, Traditional, Blackwork, Ornamental, Ethnic, Geometry, Maori, Linework and Engraving.

Tattoo master

Dmitrii Krymskii
I’ve had a passion for art since childhood, putting graffiti and tags on walls in my city.
Been practicing tattooing since 2015; became a professional tattoo artist in 2016. My favorite
styles are black & gray, horror, lettering, traditional, dotwork and new school.

Permanent make-up master

Ann

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How to choose tattoo?

1.

Avoid making any rash decisions.

If you’re getting a tattoo because you’re drunk or high, rebellious or your friends are goading you, then you’re getting a tattoo for all the wrong reasons and the choice you make is likely to reflect this lack of forethought.

2.

Consider where you want the tattoo.

This will have some influence on the design, especially if it’s an intimate design. For any parts of your body that you show regularly (and that is a lot of body if you’re a bikini or board shorts wearer), then that doesn’t leave much space for intimate tattoos that you don’t want your grandmother seeing.

3.

Spend some time refining the design and

choosing one that has meaning for you.

Do some research first. Head over to the library or a reputable tattoo parlor and look through tattoo design book

4.

Try a rehearsal run of the tattoo.

Use henna to get a temporary version of the design. You won’t be able to see different colors, or certain looks, but you will be able to judge the feeling of a tattoo. Henna lasts a week to a month.

5.

Think before you ink.

Think about it a lot. When you are certain, wait some more just to make sure. Ultimately, a well chosen tattoo design can be a thing of beauty and a confidence enhancement. A poorly chosen one done on a whim can leave you unhappy for all time.