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My Ink Your Skin

The founder are Akshay Raja and Vijay Shah, the studio was founded on 14th Nov 2010, so as “place” we are a new formation but it is the people who form the studio and that is the most valuable thing. Each one of us carries his own baggage of experience gained in different stages of life

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S T U D I O

The founder are Akshay Raja & Vijay Shah, the studio was founded on 14th nov 2010, so as “place” we are a new formation but it is the people who form the studio and that is the most vaublable thing. Each one us carries his own baggage of experience gained in different stages of life, different places and all we want is to be better at what we love. It is a perfect depicition of a place where art is transformed into a wonderful piece of tattoo on skin.

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T E A M

Tattoos …I wish you all could enter by mind so you could exactly know passionate I am and how I feel about it because no words could ever describe it the way I want it to..having started tattooing from past five years I have specialized in black arts such as Maori Polynesian among the many to name. Organic geometry draws influence from indigenous and tribal culters,sacred patterns occurring in nature and science,and architectural forms. ..my perseverance and enthusiasm are the main factors that have transformed me from an mature to professional tattoo artist … Today this tattoo form has lost its traditional aspect and transformed more into afashion statement .. i want more and more people to understand the traditional art form and symbol and connect to its as much as possible..

Akshay Raja

‘work is worship’ and I live by this mantra.

Tattooing has truned not just a mere profession but into a religion for me. Helping people decorate their bodies in different form of art gives me a unexplained sense of satisfaction. After working in this field fo half a decade I am still working on understanding different elements of tattooing I believe every day is a learning experience and every person I meet teaches me something to work out in my life . I am still waiting for a person to get a piece done that will blow my mind away someday .. My work realtes to more of realisms art as I want people to connect with their tattoos .tattoos has a special meaning in my life and I want people to experience just the some and their story through tattoos

Vijay Shah

I started tattooing in 2012 after long adventure with drawing .which started as kid… very fast it evolved from simple interest into passion and my lifestyle…who gave me a great lift for next step of my development.. After lot of research and experimenting .i started building my own machine in the mid late years of the decade .it was all very natural and not premeditated; I built machine for ,my own use ,then for other people… So feel invited to visit our studio, come in and find out and get tattooed: My ink your skin

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We Give Trainings

A lot of people want to become a tattoo artist. Many of them make a mistake of buying a kit and practicing on their friends , which is very dangerous . Our Best Desining and Tattooing experts teaches Amateurs Students the easy and crestive way of tattooing and the care to be taken..

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H Y G I E N E

Studio is fitted with all the latest hygienic apparatus; all needles used are NEW, and hygienic standards are of upmost importance to each and every tattoo created.

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F A Q

We're not going to sugarcoat this: a tattoo is a permanent "wound" on your body; a deep one that penetrates right down into the second layer of your skin, otherwise known as the dermis. A healthy body can heal most wounds, and typically anything that penetrates your skin at that level will be broken down and flushed out of the body by the bloodstream, but the ink molecules in tattoos are too big to discharge. A healthy immune system recognizes that the ink is not poisonous or harmful and allows most of the ink to stay there . . . forever. Are you sure you fully understand the true extent of the tattoo commitment? The decision you make now will be with you in your next relationship, at your future children's high-school graduations, and with you as you rock on the front porch many decades from now If you feel okay about making such a long-term, permanent commitment, a tattoo may be right for you.

It's so important that you are one hundred percent honest with yourself about why you want a tattoo, and make sure that you're really comfortable with that reason before you go through with it. Are you looking to commemorate a loved one or a special event in your life? Are you sure that in ten years what you want to celebrate today will still resonate? Can you even imagine yourself in ten years? Is there a particular image or symbol that you identify with and want to express? Are you a spiritual person who wants a reminder of something greater than yourself? Are you like Mark Wahlberg and want to tattoo your name on your arm to remind yourself of your own greatness? The fact of the matter is that there is no right reason to go under the needle. It's an individual choice that has to be made by the person getting the tattoo—which means you'll never need to justify it to anyone. If you are true to yourself when you decide on your ink, and honest about why you want one or why you chose a particular design, then you'll be confident as you get older that the tattoo is an honest expression of the person you once were . . . even if you're different now. If you can be comfortable with your reasons for getting this tattoo later in your life, you might be ready to get a tattoo.

Your tattoo should not reflect the desires, views, passions, feelings, thoughts, or worldview of anyone but you. We can't stress this enough. No one else will have to live with your tattoo as closely and as intimately as you will. No one else should be able to decide, or influence you in deciding, what your tattoo should be, and no one should be making you feel either that you need to get a tattoo or that you had better not get one. Friends may pressure you to get one. Family may disown you if you have one. Regardless of external pressure, it's all up to you. Everyone you know will have their own opinions about tattoos, including how big it should be and where you should get it. But while trusted people can provide useful advice, if you don't put your opinions first when weighing the factors and making final decisions, you're going to end up disappointed. If you know beyond a shadow of a doubt that you're getting this tattoo for you—not for or in spite of someone else—you may be ready to get a tattoo.

Like any type of learning process, getting a proper tattoo education can take some time and effort. Between researching the design you want and speaking with different tattooists, there is much to learn, and we'll cover what you need to know in this book. Also, running your ideas by trusted friends and family can be a good idea, provided they can give you objective views and not force their opinions on you. Just be prepared from the outset that you're going to need to invest time and energy in order to get the best results. If you're ready to make a time commitment to study up on all you need to know about getting inked, you might be ready to get a tattoo.

Getting tattooed doesn't tickle. For most it isn't excruciating, like breaking a leg or childbirth, but there is an element of pain involved. If you're sensitive to pain, even minor pain, a tattoo may not be right for you. Getting tattooed is like "art surgery." There are rubber gloves involved, some blood and bandages and needles, and the process can take several hours or even a few days across multiple sessions. While the pain associated with each tattoo varies, and everyone experiences pain differently, there is almost always some level of discomfort. After all, your skin is being punctured thousands of times by little needles. Even if you're okay with the direct pain, you still need to consider that you may be sitting in a very uncomfortable position for an extended amount of time. If you're sure you can withstand some minor to moderate levels of pain and temporary discomfort, a tattoo may be for you.

As we said, getting tattooed is like art surgery. As with any procedure that involves breaking the skin, when getting a tattoo, you must have the utmost trust that the person working on you is doing so with sterile instruments in a clean environment. If you know what you want and the right questions to ask (we'll help you with that), then it could be as simple as going to one tattooist and making sure you're satisfied. If they don't meet your requirements, then check out a few different places until you are. Higher demand for tattooing could potentially create more unsafe conditions for tattooing than ever before. We'll get into this more when we discuss choosing a tattooist, but keep this in mind: anyone can pick up a tattoo machine and go to town on your skin if you let them. In many states, you don't need a license or any professional training. Also, all the equipment needed to start tattooing can be acquired for less than a thousand dollars! It's a sad fact that not all tattooists are reputable. Some adhere to local health regulations (if any even exist), while others may not. Enforcement of regulations through official inspections (again, if they actually exist) also isn't guaranteed. Some cities, counties, and states in the United States have health mandates on tattoo shops, but not all, and in general, the tattoo industry isn't strictly regulated. Poor sanitation or misuse of tattoo equipment can lead to more serious and even life-endangering blood diseases like hepatitis. And, while you can be tattooed in a safe, reputable tattoo studio with little health risk, the greatest risks often occur after you've gotten your new tattoo. Improper healing and aftercare can lead to infection and long-term skin conditions, not to mention unsightly damage to your new artwork. If you're comfortable about taking a risk (made less risky by educating yourself about tattoo safety and finding the right person to ink you), a tattoo may be right for you.

How well do you deal with being the center of attention? Perhaps more important: how well do you deal with being the center of scorn? Some people despise tattoos, and they're very vocal about it. They might be appalled that people would "deface" their bodies, and they won't be shy about letting you know their opinions. On the other hand, there will probably be those who feel as though they share a common bond with you because you both have ink. Some may simply be interested in your tattoo, while others may feel like it's okay to roll up your sleeve or push away other articles of clothing to get a better view—and they might do so without asking you. For better or worse, by getting a tattoo, especially if it's going to be highly visible to others, you will be drawing attention to yourself and, whether you like it or not, potentially being labeled and stereotyped. Sometimes you need to have some patience and a thick skin to wear your tattoo with pride. If you're okay with others openly expressing their views on your tattoo (whether they're positive or negative), then a tattoo may be for you.

The design you choose, the artist, and the studio that you decide to work with . . . all of these decisions are yours. With the potential of getting bad work or a health complication, it's important that you are prepared to take fiill responsibility for the ultimate outcome. There may be other people involved, like friends and family or your tattooist, but you're the one calling the shots and the ultimate success of the tattoo experience is up to you. Educate yourself and make smart decisions about your design reference, placement, tattooist, and aftercare. The choices you make will have permanent rewards and consequences, ultimately determining whether you'll have the best possible tattoo experience. If you're willing to accept full responsibility for how your tattoo comes out, you may be ready to get a tattoo.

Like your body, tattoos are going to change as they age. The skin is the largest organ in the body, and it reproduces itself. Your body will slowly break down some of the ink pigment of your tattoo, making it look dull, faded, and blurred over time. Your artwork may also stretch or sag, which will make it appear much different than it did when new. There are ways to increase the staying power of your tattoo, including choosing design references best suited to hold up well over time. Whatever happens, it's definitely possible to get your tattoo touched up, rescued, covered, or removed—all topics we'll cover in Section 3. The results will vary, but it's important to know from the beginning that your tattoo will age with you and may eventually need more work to keep it looking good. If you accept that, like the rest of you, your tattoo will not look the same in five, ten, or forty years, you may be ready to get a tattoo.

If you are not sure you're ready to make such a huge commitment but still like the idea of skin decoration, there are other options. Henna art, widely used in India, is the usage of natural ink (from the henna plant) applied in decorative patterns, essentially "staining" the skin and lasting for as long as three weeks. Celebrities like Madonna and Uma Thurman have reportedly used henna for temporary skin decoration. Other options include adult temporary tattoos, which you apply using water; latex skin paint, which doesn't rub off on your clothes or absorb into your skin; or tattoo clothing, which are articles of clothing you can actually wear, like T-shirts or tattoo "sleeves" that give the wearer the appearance of being tattooed. If you're interested in the idea of having a tattoo and just not 100 percent sure about going through with it, take the time to think through your options. Your skin isn't going anywhere.

Contact Us

Thane

Address: Shop no1, Sawant building,opp to Abhudaya co.op bank ,near St. John school, Charai, Jambli Naka, Thane (W), Maharashtra, 400601

naughtyneedles2@gmail.com

+91-9664209190

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Goregaon

Address: Shop No. 5/39, Unnat Nagar No.3, Opp.Swagat Wines, Near Jain Temple, M.G. Road Goregaon (W), Mumbai Maharashtra - 400 104.

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+91-8080787680

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