Anyone interested in a Tattoo decides, Should the very carefully consider. What motive, which part of the body and of course which Studio. For the first two points, there is now a decision aid. Thanks „Momentary Ink“ you can let turn his personal motif into a tattoo. To do this simply invites its design or photo from the web high. But you can can create something even from Momentary-Ink Team, This of course costs extra. At the end you get your desired motif then sent and it may apply with water to the skin and make durable with special sealing liquid. The price then depends on the size of the subject. It starts at $15 (as. 14 Euro). But is promised for a realistic-sounding Tattoo, after the 3 to 10 Disappears days again.
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