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Special Discount

We here at Pikes Peak Tattoo want a way to say Thank You to our Active Enlisted as well as Retired Enlisted Military Personnel.  We thought of several different ways via discounts, referral discounts and etc.......  This just didn't seem to be enough, so we said to ourselves hummm............. how about honoring these wonderful people by paying tribute to the past, present and future.  We dug into our archives and came up with original military tattoo designs from the 1940's to the present!  So if your looking for some of the original tattoos that were worn by maybe your dad, grandfather or great grandfather, we have those!  We also have the ability to create something from these old designs into a modern version.

We want to honor the old buddy system, which is an important tradition for our military. Bring your buddy with you and when your buddy gets a tattoo from our selection of  military/patriot designs; up to a value of $250.00  you will get a tattoo of equal value for half price! You can bring in your own military designs or unit patches to receive this same discount.



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Sunlight & Tattoos

The original idea behind this post was to give an "in-depth" look into the damaging facts of the Sun's UV rays on tattoos, however, I then realized that most of the people to whom that would be directed at, would not take the time to read it. So instead, here's a list of reasons/ways to keep those UV rays off your tattoos.

  1. A tattoo costs money – protect your investment!
  2. The Sun UV Rays WILL fade/damage any tattoo
  3. Minimum of SPF 30 Sunblock – Reapplied Hourly
  4. Long sleeve shirts actually keep you cooler in the Summer Heat
  5. Clouds don't block UV Rays


The Health & Safety of YOUR Tattoo

If you've ever watched a professional tattooer set up their workstation in preparation for the permanent application of body art on a client, you may have noticed how much time and care they take into making the procedure area as clean and hygienic as possible. All the equipment being used has been sanitized, the needles and tubes are sterilized...

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