And today’s shop girls :: Shop Tech @blueboxtiffany (stop by & set appointments/ get questions answered) :: yours truly (doodling on people alllll day! #inkplay) & :: Piercer @sarahtwirls (poking holes for your pleasure!)
Stop by & see us! We’re a fun bunch to work with >^.*< (Pinz N Needlez)
Customer, Jon Mac & Apprentice, Roger being interviewed about the art of @gingerbreadchris (Pinz N Needlez)
queenofrubies asked: I see that it's $40 for one nipple piercing (which is what I've been considering) about how much is it altogether: the piercing, the jewelry, and any recommended after-care products?
it’s $70 for the pair (& highly recommended over getting the one). it includes the jewelry and we offer H2Ocean solution, available for purchase
– (via adapia)
People become MAKERS for lots of reasons. Many of them seem to start with E:
Entertainment: Making stuff is just plain fun. When you’re done working, cleaning, and generally fending off entropy another day, making is good distraction.
Economy: Making is often cheaper than buying. If you’ve settled on an end, but are short on means, DIY can close the gap.
Education: If you’re learning or teaching how the world works, nothing beats a hands-on experience.
Empowerment: Can’t buy it? Whatever the reason — scarcity, oppression, or just because nobody sells what you need — making it yourself may be the answer.
Entrepreneurship: Making money making is not only fun to say, it’s fun to do. Many makers are in it, not just for the cash, but for the joy of having a job they love. - MAKE Magazine
pizzaandunicorns asked: How much do you charge for nipple piercings?
$40 for one & $70 for the pair ^^
We rarely close early, but when we do, it’s for something AMAZING!
Color Outside the Lines OFFICIAL DC Screening at Busboys and Poets (14th & V St, NW) 7-9pm :: it’s a FREE EVENT!
Great time to become a Believer! #coloroutsidethelines DC Screening :: we thank you in advance for your support ^^ (www.coloroutsidethelinesfilm.com)
Please make plans to join us for the Official DC Screening of Color Outside the Lines
slinkdawgg asked: My mother and I both want to get tattoos but Im not old enough. Can she sign for it?
At our shop, no. You must be 18+
However, I strongly encourage you to wait until you’re 18, though. It’ll be much less hassle.