Hoboken Body Art

Tattoo, Piercing


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Tattooing & Piercing
Services – Tattooing, Piercing
Address – 107 10th St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030-5124
Telephone – (201) 963-4070

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moreink
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moreink

Well, aside to whatever or whoever’s feelings I must say that this shop is very professional,
I got a phoenix tattoo by Jose and it came out badass, he took my ideas and met me in the middle and came up with something unique. Oh did I mention it was my first tattoo?!
they just got another loyal customer, I went to various shops before deciding on this one and gotta say I can’t be happier w/ the final results.
If you want to check out jose’s for this is his page def worth checking out
http://www.jrcinkwork.com/tattoos

bornandrazedinhobo
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bornandrazedinhobo

I cannot reiterate enough…..DON’T GO HERE! Not unless you are looking to get rolled! If you want to lose money light a cigar with it or walk around Jackson Street with wads of cash in your hands….at least there you see the thieves coming! This is one of the least respected shops in the state!

princessrexall71
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princessrexall71
This place is the worst, most unprofessional tattoo shop I have ever been to. The manager is rude, abrasive, and completely unhelpful. I went in to get my lip pierced. Everything was fine and dandy. I even understood when Andy, the piercer, hit a vein on one side. It happens in that location and the swelling and blood bruise went away with some extra care. However, when one of the balls fell off the stud I went back to get a replacement. At Andy’s suggestion, I changed the stud to rings. She told me they looked better without putting the ball in them and she closed the rings. The next day, I go to clean them to find out that she left so much space in the rings that they had turned in my lip and one side was outside of the hole and the other side of the ring was stuck inside my lip (where the skin had grown over it). I spent over an hour (after their hours) ripping rings out of my lip and repiercing the holes. Let’s just say it was excruciating pain. The next day I call the shop and apparently “the customer is always right” no longer exists. I was called a “f***ing b**ch” by Andy when I explained the situation to her and was told it was my own fault that happened. I am not a professional piercer in any way… so when the PROFESSIONAL tells you that something looks better or in… Read more »
killershrike
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killershrike
I happen to have been around the shop when the said incident occurred as I was getting a tat retouched and can definitely say that Andi (who is no longer working there) was told by you against her advice to pierce with a different kind of jewelry than was standard. In here defense she is as timid as they come. [quote comment=”196255″]This place is the worst, most unprofessional tattoo shop I have ever been to. The manager is rude, abrasive, and completely unhelpful. I went in to get my lip pierced. Everything was fine and dandy. I even understood when Andy, the piercer, hit a vein on one side. It happens in that location and the swelling and blood bruise went away with some extra care. However, when one of the balls fell off the stud I went back to get a replacement. At Andy’s suggestion, I changed the stud to rings. She told me they looked better without putting the ball in them and she closed the rings. The next day, I go to clean them to find out that she left so much space in the rings that they had turned in my lip and one side was outside of the hole and the other side of the ring was stuck inside my lip (where the skin had grown over it). I spent over an hour (after their hours) ripping rings out of my lip and repiercing the holes. Let’s just say it was excruciating pain. The next… Read more »
princessrexall71
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princessrexall71

You must have me mistaken sir, because when I originally came in I was pierced with the studs that I was supposed to. When I came back because the ball came off she was the one that suggested the new rings. I based my choices on her personal opinions and expertise. [quote comment=”197810″]I happen to have been around the shop when the said incident occurred as I was getting a tat retouched and can definitely say that Andi (who is no longer working there) was told by you against her advice to pierce with a different kind of jewelry than was standard. In here defense she is as timid as they come.

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DietCokeGal
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DietCokeGal

I’m a little late to this party but if you want a good place with professional artists who do amazing (but not cheap) work go to one of these three.
http://www.daredeviltattoo.com/
Dare Devil Tattoo
http://www.funcitytattoo.com/
Fun City Tattoo
http://www.anilgupta.com/
Anil Gupta Tattoo

SweetPea
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SweetPea

Hey, thanks! Sorry it took me so long to respond. I figured I’d never get an answer :o)

In response to DietCokeGal who said:
I’m a little late to this party but if you want a good place with professional artists who do amazing (but not cheap) work go to one of these three.
http://www.daredeviltattoo.com/
Dare Devil Tattoo
http://www.funcitytattoo.com/
Fun City Tattoo
http://www.anilgupta.com/
Anil Gupta Tattoo

SweetPea
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SweetPea

I knew if I searched “tattoo” on Hoboken411.com, I’d see some sort of previous banter going back and forth. I’m interested in getting my 3rd tattoo — nothing crazy art wise — chinese characters. I got my first in San Franicsco and my second in Palm Beach. Now, it’s time to go local. The Hoboken place seems to have mixed reviews. Isn’t there a pretty famous place in Secaucus. I remember reading about it in the Reporter a year or so ago but can’t remember the name. Anyone know?

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