Step By Step Guide To Getting Your Tattoo
Video. email. or in person.well connect and collaborate on your idea.
Place a non-refundable, $60 deposit to secure your appointment date and get the art started.
Two weeks before your appointment you’ll get a first draft. Together, we’ll revise from there.
Get plenty of rest, stay hydrated, and minimize alcohol intake.
Arrive on time. Bring your DL/ID and wear comfy, loose fitting clothes convenient for your tattoo placement. You’ll receive detailed aftercare instructions after your appointment.
Touch ups are free for the first year after getting tattooed. Reach out to your artist to set up your complimentary touch-up appointment.
Born into a family of creatives, Mimzi started drawing on everything (including herself) as soon as she could hold a marker.
Fast forward to the day she turned 18; she got her first tattoo and days later bought a machine to practice on herself. In 2014, upon moving to central Oregon, Mimzi started a traditional tattoo apprenticeship where she would start learning what it took to become a tattoo artist.
She became licensed in California in 2018 and has worked in several shops, learning everything she could to become a better artist and tattooer.
Finally, early in the year 2020, she opened her own private studio in Roseville, CA. She currently works by appointment only and has plans to expand with more artists in the near future.