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Important Things to Know
It’s always best to be tattooed and pierced in as natural a state as possible. It's always better not to come under adverse circumstances. If you are sick or under the weather, you may want to wait till you're feeling better before coming in. Make sure you've had some food a few hours before you come in. Getting tattooed or pierced on an empty stomach may cause you to feel faint, nauseated, or dizzy. Always allow plenty of time for your visit to Vanity Tattoo. Your tattoo or piercing session will be most enjoyable if you have time to appreciate it. Proper hygiene is extremely important before and after getting tattooed and pierced.  Fresh clothing and a recent shower will get your tattoo or piercing off to a great start. Drugs and Alcohol Pain killers, aspirin, ibuprofen, anesthetics are not required prior to being tattooed or pierced. In fact, most usually compromise the experience and may cause problems such as increased bleeding. Customers that appear to be under the influence of drugs and alcohol will be asked to return later. Age Policy All tattoo clients must be 18 years of age with a valid ID. ABSOLUTELY NO PARENTAL CONSENT. All piercing clients must be 18 years of age with a valid ID. If under 18, you must have a parent or legal guardian with matching last names and address on both picture ID’s. When coming in to get tattooed or pierced, be as patient as possible. Time is needed for the preparation of your art work, paper work, and proper room disinfection and set-up between clients. Any tattoo or piercing can be a very dangerous procedure if not done properly in a safe, clean, environment by a trained professional. The responsibility lies upon you to research and ask questions about your tattoo artist or body piercer. Please do not hesitate to call should you have any questions or concerns Vanity Tattoo, Inc. 847 428 8888
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