Post-tattoo shop return

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Tuesday July 29th, 2008 @ 10:57 PM

Filed under: Tattoos

This is an ettiquette question. What should one do if she goes to a shop, gets a tattoo, and then upon returning home realizes that her tattoo is not exactly what she wanted? Such as just a general look of incompleteness? Most shops will do touch ups for free, so what would be the proper way to request additional work to be done on a piece that did not turn out as expected, and would most shops charge for that sort of thing?

If you saw the sketch, the stencil and the finished result and didn’t realize until you got home it looked incomplete, I would not be expecting free work. The best thing to do is go in, politely explain your concern and not put the blame on the artist, chances are they will at least cut you a deal, but I wouldn’t feel they should be expected to.

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