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  • 5 Things to Consider Before Getting Your First Tattoo

    Posted on December 06 2018

    things to consider when getting your first tattooIf you’re on the verge of getting your first tattoo – whether it’s an inch on your wrist or a series of different designs on your entire back – everything shouldn’t be done on impulse. Getting a tattoo should be planned down to the last detail. We’ve encapsulated the top 5 things to consider before getting your first tattoo.
  • Five Potential Side Effects of Getting a Tattoo

    Posted on October 18 2018

    Five Things to Think About When Getting a TattooSo regret is a potential side effect, but it’s not exactly a serious one. However, for millions of people tattoos are the ultimate in self expression and in some ways the human body is the ultimate canvas. Tattoo culture is now a prevalent part of our collective consciousness. Over 45 million people have tattoos in the U.S.  Anyone planning on getting a tattoo should consider all the pros and cons.
  • Tat2X Releases New Lighter Skin Tone Tape

    Posted on July 19 2018

    Tat Skin Light Skin Tone Tattoo Cover Up TapeOur Tat Skin Tattoo Cover Up Tape is the second most popular product we offer. Up until now we've only offered it in one color... Suntan. It took us a long time but we finally found a lighter shade for lighter skin tones.  We are very proud to announce the release of our new Light Skin Tone Tat Skin Tape!
  • Getting A Tattoo? Here’s 5 Questions You Should Absolutely Ask Your Tattoo Artist

    Posted on June 15 2018

    5 Questions to Ask Your Tattoo ArtistA tattoo is a permanent piece of art on your body. Getting a tattoo is a big decision and you want to make sure you get exactly what you want. It’s perfectly reasonable to shop around and ask as many questions as you want to. You’re spending your money on your body so don’t be shy about getting all your questions answered.

  • Tat2X Supports The Skin Cancer Foundation

    Posted on April 26 2018

    Tat2X Gives Back to The Skin Cancer FoundationUV rays break down the pigments in your skin and this will start to blur and fade your tattoos. You want your tattoos to stay sharp for years before you go in for any touch up or tattoo cover up work. Protecting your body art when outside will help it last and preserve the crispness of any detailed line work in your tattoo piece.