After months of lockdowns, many tattoo shops in Bryan/College Station, TX have finally reopened. However, visits are nothing like they were before due to COVID-19 guidelines
. The pandemic has many walk-in tattoo shops acting like custom tattoo shops. We will discuss the difference between custom tattoo shops and walk-in tattoo shops.
Continue reading What is the Difference Between Custom Tattoo Shops and Walk-in Tattoo Shops?
COVID-19 has changed many things for our business. In addition to our new COVID-19 procedures and guidelines
that we are following, we have adjusted our availability and added physical contact limitations to ensure both our clients and staff are safe. The following are our COVID-19 shop updates.
Continue reading COVID-19 Shop Updates at Tattoo Consortium
The COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. has brought many changes to the way businesses are ran, including tattoo shops. We will discuss the changes we have made here at Tattoo Consortium with comparison between standard procedures vs. COVID procedures for tattoo shops.
Continue reading Comparison Between Standard Procedures vs. COVID Procedures for Tattoo Shops
Quality over quantity is a common saying when it comes to many aspects in life. When choosing a tattoo artist in Bryan/College Station, TX, this is no different. With tattoo shops popping up everywhere, it is essential to know what to avoid when looking for a tattoo shop. The following are just a few the many benefits of an established tattoo shop in Bryan/College Station.
Continue reading Established Tattoo Shop in Bryan/College Station, TX
While the earlobe is the most common location for a body piercing, it is definitely not the only option out there. Many choose to pierce their tongue, lips, nose, eyebrows, nipples, naval and more. Many factors can affect piercings, including body type, location, skin, nerves, etc. Therefore, we have put together a little information on high-risk piercings.
Continue reading What are the High-Risk Piercings?
If you’re considering getting a tattoo, it’s essential to think about what types of tattoos will last throughout the years. Therefore, we have put together a little information on the aging of tattoos to help answer the question, “What type of tattoos don’t age well?”
Continue reading Aging of Tattoos: What Type of Tattoos Don’t Age Well?
While tattoos are becoming more and more commonplace, there’s still a stigma in many workplaces
toward people who sport them. Depending on the location of the ink, the stigma can be inconsequential. Therefore, we will discuss the acceptance of tattoos in today’s jobs and how the visibility of tattoos, as well as other factors, can affect employment.
Continue reading The Acceptance of Tattoos in Today’s Jobs: How Tattoos Can Affect Employment
Fine line tattoos are uniquely delicate and elegant, often times monochrome. Recently, these tattoos have been increasing in popularity among young adults. We will discuss this increase in popularity of fine line tattoos.
Continue reading The Popularity of Fine Line Tattoos
The simple single line blackwork tattoo style has gained popularity recently. Also know as the “one line” tattoo”, the design simply involves a singular line in a fluid, illustrative shape. Popular uses of this design style often include profiles of faces, wildlife and flowers.
Continue reading Simple Single Line Blackwork Tattoos Gaining Popularity
Come by our shop next Thursday (December 12) for our Pre-Friday the 13th Special of $13 tattoos!
Continue reading December Pre-Friday the 13th Special at Tattoo Consortium