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Hello, I was just enquiring for my daughter,she is in her final year at college doing A level art and is wanting to start her career doing tattoo/piercing, I was wondering if you could advice us on which is the best tattoo machine for a starter, prehaps a kit of some kind so she can practice, great full for some advice many thanks

QuestionsHello, I was just enquiring for my daughter,she is in her final year at college doing A level art and is wanting to start her career doing tattoo/piercing, I was wondering if you could advice us on which is the best tattoo machine for a starter, prehaps a kit of some kind so she can practice, great full for some advice many thanks
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Hello, I was just enquiring for my daughter,she is in her final year at college doing A level art and is wanting to start her career doing tattoo/piercing, I was wondering if you could advice us on which is the best tattoo machine for a starter, prehaps a kit of some kind so she can practice, great full for some advice many thanks
Submitted by: Jayne
2 years ago
1 Answers
Barber DTS

answered 2 years ago

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Hi Jayne, we recommend training as a tattoo artist with an experienced tattoo artist. Tattooing is more than art. It is to a large extent a craft and therefore requires an experienced mentor who can teach the basics of hygiene and technique. He can also recommend a machine and all the other materials needed to make safe and beautiful tattoos. A good first machine is an older but still excellent machine from a reputable manufacturer, such as the older Cheyenne models like the HAWK Spirit or Thunder.

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