Custom Tattoo Tips

Go Big or Go Home!!!

Many of the biggest waves in the world are found in Hawaii and so is one of the biggest names in the Hawaiian tattooing, 434 Tattoo! Our award-winning Honolulu Tattoo shop is captained by Tattoo Adam, who has nearly two decades in the game, and features the talented work of Hawaii tattooists Marko Livingston, Andrew Burley, and Karl ‘Doubledown‘ Juthans.

So if you’re looking for where to get tattooed in Hawaii, go the biggest shop around!

Speaking of Big…

When getting a custom tattoo, start off small, no go big with your tattoo what we mean is start from the uh, start. A custom tattoo is not overnight so in your first session, you might just want to do the outline and some shading, in your next a little more shading, and color and so forth.

And if you have a big ego, you might want to check it at the door because it is important to take constructive criticism from your tattoo artist.  Your artist is a highly trained individual who just has your long-term best interest and happiness related to your tattoo in mind.

Did Someone Say Best Interest?

There are alot of home tattoo kits readily available online these days.  While you might think it’s cool to get a homemade tattoo, it’s important to remember that many people who are not licensed as tattoo artists are not properly trained and unable to tattoo in a safe fashion.

Until the day comes where the laws are changed to outlaw the purchase of such products by anyone who is not licensed, it’s important to protect yourself.

Just a few tips from the 434 Tattoo Ohana so come down for your free consultation today and get that custom ink started!

Adam Siehr, President and Proud Owner
434 Tattoo
Custom Tattooing LLC.

Directions:
434 Ena Road
Honolulu, Hawaii
96815

Contact:
mailto:adamsiehr@gmail.com
1-808-391-8287

 

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