Tiverton >Sin On Skin
I have no complaints about my tattoo, I
love my tattoo. I got it when I turned 30 and I am now going on 40, time to get a new one. I went in the shop with an idea of what I wanted, I described it to one of the guys he drew it out and then Phil was the one who did it. (Because it was all in Black that was his specialty.) It took about an hour but it was worth it.
I was patient and he even commented that I was good and he could "tattoo" me all night LOL . Because I had designed it, my original he gave me back the drawing to keep. I am thinking I want to go back for another one. I have something in mind, been holding back for money reasons. Other than that I would recommend this place to anyone.
Awesome piercing work!. Everyone say's that sin on skin is not a clean place too get your piercings done at, but that is bullsh*t. They provided excellent clean service and and the piercings always heal quick and easy. I got my tongue and belly pierced there and they turned out great. Had my belly for 2 years and my tongue for 1 year and I have not had any problems with them. Ignore the haters and go too sin on skin. It's highly recommended that you do. :)
greattttttt!!!!!!!!!. i seen this and had to write well i had a great time!! the poeple were unbelivable super super nice my boyfreind and my tattoo came out wicked he got a skull inside of anther one and i had like ten idears and glen put them all together and it was awsome ive been to other shops and this one is super clean they have comp. with all kinds of pics and idears well thats it oh i read the other reviews and those 1st ones are so so so false if you want a tattoo or piercing go check themm out tell them i said heyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!
good place. i heard bad reviews about tatoo's but my friends had came here for piercings. i also did, and i am pleased with the service i received. they have the cheapest prices for piercings, i beleive all are $40 while other places range from $50-60. i went at 10 at night, they werent crowded/busy i walked in and they helped me right away. the piercer also changed my monroe ball for me free of charge. i deffinantly am going here for my next piercing.
LOVE SIN ON SKIN & PHIL. I have been going to sin on skin since they first opened I have 7 tats from Phil (the owner)and Pete or Bill.I am vet happy with all of them my husband also has 2 from them hes very happy with One I have is 26 yrs old and yes it has faded but im at the beach non stop but they will recolar @ any time I have always had great friendly service very helpful Yes it is a small place and it gets very busy & crowded& they do have a lot of awards from all over
i hate sin on skin. i had gone to sin on skin in tiverton for a small tattoo on my leg of my sons foot prints. after the tattoo artist finished the feet he told me i could have put my sons actual foot prints on my leg. ok thats something you should have said before hand. so he threw in my sons bday for free. then a few months later the tattoo FADED like super bad. i went back to sin on skin a few months later for a price on a portriate tattoo and they were super expensive, because "they are well known" ohh and "because they went all around the world." as he was pointing to dusty awards hanging on the wall. he said about 500-600 dollars for a small tattoo of my sons face. i went to indelable ink in portsmouth and they were so much nicer and the price was much much lower. i dont suggest anyone going to sin on skin. it just looks nasty and the people that work there are rude as hell
It's all about the vibes..
I was taking a friend around for ideas for their first tattoo. I would've gone to Image Pro, but the owner, Roger, moved to Acushnet. We went to Indelible Ink in Fall River. The vibe there was great. The guy we spoke with, Tony, had lots to say. He had lots of opinions and great advice. It was a nice environment, very comfortable. (Both highly recommended)
To look at more tattoos we decided to go to Sin on Skin in Tiverton.
Before we walked in, I wanted to turn around. It was a small place, way too crowded, and the air was thickly polluted with their egos. They asked us if we needed any help and we told them we were just looking. They were all standing outside (about 4 or 5 guys) smoking, which made it feel uncomfortable. No professionalism whatsoever. And I've been to many tattoo parlors in my time.
We looked through the panels of tattoos and flipped through some books. One of the tattooists came in and tried to help us look, but his advice was poor. He handed me a book of different fonts to look at as well. But I had already made up my mind that I was NOT paying for my friend's first tattoo HERE. It's hard to explain a vibe with words.
We were ready to go (we had no luck to begin with) and I turned around to hand the book back to the guy who had given it to me. He had already gone off elsewhere so I decided to put it on the receptionist's desk since he had gotten it from her in the first place.
I couldn't do that, though, because she had so much JUNK everywhere. I held it out for her and said "thank you." She just gave me the cockiest look. This old, leathery skinned woman was giving ME attitude. I said, "Where do you want me to put it then??" And she just replied with "Oh no.. I'll take it." and rolled her eyes.
No kidding, you'll take it. It belongs to YOU!! It's your job! ?But no.
Anyway, I would never recommend this place in a million years and I don't know of anyone that would.
If you don't believe me, see for yourself.
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