New studios for Village Tattoo and Piercing
With a new studio situated at 37 Bloom Street, Village Ink Studios offers Bespoke Tattoo and Piercing services in a stylish, comfortable, no attitude environment. Using only the best inks and equipment, you can be guaranteed a completely unique and professional tattoo that will be the envy of all your friends.
We are very proud to be an LGBT owned business, providing a new and exciting service to Manchester’s Gay Village.
With a wide range of vital services, and places for eating, drinking and dancing already established in the area; our vision is to offer another great reason for people to be attracted to the area, and also to provide a relaxed, professional space that is unique to The Gay Village.
Whether you are planning your 1st or 50th Tattoo or Piercing, our experienced & friendly artists will make sure you are 100% happy with your design before putting needle to skin.
Canal St Card holders can also now take advantage of a further discount on our already competitive rates.
Why not visit the studio or phone us for a no obligation consultation, or simply email or message us for advice & competitive quotation?Read More at www.villageinkstudios.co.uk
story published on Fri, 10 Mar 2017
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