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TATTOOS & PIERCINGS – SANTA FE, NM

dungeonlogoblackIf you are looking for Santa Fe Tattoos & Piercings – The Dungeon is the only place for exceptional service and quality work. We can help you to achieve the exact look you want for your next tattoo. If you already have the perfect design and are ready to go, come by and we can get started right away. Need a little help deciding on a design? Our artists are fully qualified to create an original design just for you. Come in for a consultation and in a day or two we will have a final design ready for your approval. We can even fix that ugly tattoo with a masterful cover-up. While you are at our shop, look around at our line of clothing and jewelry or get a new piercing.

My very first tattoo was at The Dungeon, back when Tattoo Lou was there. He did a great job. Then I got some work done by Kenn and he too is a great artist. I’ve also got ink from Marshall and Devon they too are good. My experiences at The Dungeon have been great. I always recommend everyone I meet to go get a tattoo from them. Keep on doing a great job.
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Kenn Vigil

Tattoo Artist

Devon Potter

Tattoo Artist
As a tattoo artist I strive to deliver a high quality tattoo for my customers. I enjoy all types of ink, from full color to all black. A tattoo is such a personal expression that is different for everyone. It’s all about taking a person’s vision and turning it into living art.

  Call Devon at (505) 501-1324

Marshall Lucero

Tattoo Artist
Marshall has a background in fine arts and is a Santa Fe resident. He enjoys dong all types of tats from full color to portraits. Give Marshall a call for a consult.

Give Marshall a Call (505) 328-3130

Marlo Grey

Tattoo Artist
Marlo joined The Dungeon in 2012 as a tattoo artist.

Haley Manson

Apprentice
Hayley is working on getting her certificate to become a tattoo artist.

The Dungeon has more than tattoos and piercings! We have all kinds of cool shirts and jewelry to complete your look. Featuring Sullen Arts Graphic Tees.

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Rates

Tattoos

  • The minimum charge to sit with an artist is $50
  • The minimum charge to sit with an apprentice is $30

 

Piercings

  • Eyebrows, Ears, Lips, Belly Button . . . . . . . . . . $45 (includes jewelry)
  • All other types of piercings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . up to $125

 

I’ve been getting all my tattoos from guys at the Dungeon for years! I moved to another state few years ago but still never let anybody do any work on my skin until I can find some time to go to NM and Dungeon to get work done. Artists there are friendly, creative and very professional. I have never experienced a better service anywhere. All my friends go there and are never disappointed. The Dungeon Tattoo & Piercing will exceed your expectations!
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Aftercare Instructions

  1. Wash with luke warm water – soapy clean hands. Rinse with cool water.
  2. Pat lightly with a clean towel to dry. DON’T RUB
  3. Apply ointment sparingly (Aquaphor is recommended).
  4. It is good to keep the tattoo moist but dry to the touch. If there is too much ointment, blot off excess with a clean paper towel.
  5. If the tattoo feels dry or tight, add a little more ointment.
  6. Do the above 3 times a day for 5 days.
  7. After 5 days switch the ointment to a scent free lotion.
  8. Do Not pick or scratch the tattoo. Let it shed naturally.
  9. No direct sunlight or submerging the tattoo in water. ( i.e. pools, hot tub, sauna…)

Local infections can occur when the recommended aftercare regimen is not followed. Aftercare includes keeping the tattoo clean with mild soap and water, not picking at the scabs and keeping the tattoo out of the sun. Systemic infections occur when universal precautions are not followed by the tattoo artist and can include such diseases as hepatitis, tetanus and HIV.

It is very important to screen the tattooist and the shop carefully, checking with the local health department for local laws and regulations. Professional tattooists will follow universal precautions such as sterilization of the tattoo machine using an autoclave, single-use inks, ink cups, gloves and needles, bagging of equipment to avoid cross contamination, and thorough hand washing with disinfectant soap. Most tattooists will not knowingly tattoo a pregnant or breastfeeding mother. It is suggested that mothers wait at least until the child’s first birthday to give their bodies a chance to recover completely from childbirth before getting a tattoo.

How fast can I get in for an appointment?

We do take walk in appointments and can sit you in a chair right away if you bring in the artwork for your tattoo. If we need to draw the artwork, which we are happy to do, it could take one or two days before we can get started.

What is the minimum age to get a tattoo?

The legal minimum age for getting a tattoo without parental consent is 18. If you have a consenting adult with a valid ID, the minimum age is 16.

What types of piercings do you do?

Any kind – just tell us where you want it!

What is the price range for piercings?

Piercings range from $45 up to $125.

How much do you charge for a tattoo?

The minimum charge from an artist is $50, for an apprentice the minimum is $30.

Is it safe to get a tattoo while breastfeeding?

Tattoos are created by injecting ink into the dermal (second and third) layer of the skin. Tattooists use a hand-held electric machine that is fitted with solid needles coated in the ink. The needles enter the skin hundreds of times a minute to a depth of up to a few millimeters. However, the ink molecules are too large to pass into breastmilk.

Local infections can occur when the recommended aftercare regimen is not followed. Aftercare includes keeping the tattoo clean with mild soap and water, not picking at the scabs and keeping the tattoo out of the sun. Systemic infections occur when universal precautions are not followed by the tattoo artist and can include such diseases as hepatitis, tetanus and HIV.

It is very important to screen the tattooist and the shop carefully, checking with the local health department for local laws and regulations. Professional tattooists will follow universal precautions such as sterilization of the tattoo machine using an autoclave, single-use inks, ink cups, gloves and needles, bagging of equipment to avoid cross contamination, and thorough hand washing with disinfectant soap. Most tattooists will not knowingly tattoo a pregnant or breastfeeding mother. It is suggested that mothers wait at least until the child’s first birthday to give their bodies a chance to recover completely from childbirth before getting a tattoo.

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The Dungeon Tattoo
1632 Cerrillos Road
Santa Fe, NM

505.983.8262
info@thedungeontattoo.com
http://thedungeontattoo.com/
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