When Not to Get a Tattoo

We are pro-tattoos!  We are a Hawaii Custom Tattoo Studio afterall and it would make sense that we are all favor freedom of expression and inking your body.  With that, we are all for responsible tattooing.  If you get something, you have to think of a way to live it.  You might be able to cover-up a piece from time to time (which our crew specializes in since we do anything custom) but some pieces just don’t work out…

Over the years, especially with the advent of the internet, tattoo artists as a whole of been getting a bad rap because of the actions of a few out there.  We have shared tattoo news from around the world here on the official blog for our Waikiki Tattoo studio, so you might recall a few of them.

Like the man who tattooed his dog… or the woman who tattooed her tattoo artist boyfriend’s name on her face right after meeting him.  It’s quite a world out there and we’re not here to judge but again, we do think it’s important to ink responsibly, which is why our talented Hawaii Tattoo Artists are all licensed and act in accordance to the Hawaii State Department of Health and the State of Hawaii Laws relating to tattoos.

So we have to ask the question: Is Google about to ink responsibly?  A new technology that Google has put in to work, a removable electronic tattoo on the throat, can apparently tell when people are lying.  Lying certainly isn’t cool but that sounds a bit much from the the biggest brother on the internet…

Just saying.  Anyhow, think twice before you do something you regret with your body and if you have any questions, come see one of the tattoo professionals at our  tattoo studio in Honolulu.  We offer free consultations on all tattoos and are open 7 days a week.  

The 411 about 434:

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

434 Ena Road
Honolulu, Hawaii

mailto: adamsiehr@gmail.com

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