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Professional piercer and New Age Body Piercing Salon owner Noel Garcia gives you an inside look at his salon and tips on ...
what to look for in a piercing studio.
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The Difference between a Tattoo Parlor and Piercing Studio
On behalf of TVLesson.com, this is Noel Garcia from New Age Piercing.
This is how to understand the difference between a tattoo shops than does body piercing. There is no problem with it or an all piercing studio. This is a whole piercing studio, okay. At the moment, we’re not open, so we’re going to show you the whole store. The selection of jewelry is very large from navel piercings, the stuff to cleaning solutional. We’re going to see right here for piercings, gold, titanium stuff for piercing. As we look all side of the wall, we have a big selection. We have six display cases on ear lids and that’s for stretched ears, stretched piercing, for stretched genital piercing, for all kinds of rare ear stuff and all kinds of rare piercing stuff.
Tattoo shops usually does not carry this big of selection unless they have a big, big location and it can actually carry the whole big stuff that they can carry. In the piercing studio, the piercer that owns a piercing studio like myself has been doing it for quite a while. I’ve been doing this for the last 21 years. I dedicated my life to this and this is what I do.
Therefore, that’s why you see the decoration that we have, a very nice tribal looking to it. We keep it very clean, very sanitized. We always have candies for costumers. This because when they get light headed which is normal. And of course, we have pictures in the wall of the piercings that we have and my work to give the costumer confer of what are you’re doing. A confer of who you talking to just like myself or my employee. I taught them to pierce from scratch. So, he's very experienced. So we actually take this very seriously. We don’t have to deal with selling clothes or selling tattoos or selling anything else. All we do here is body piercing.
The selection is huge and this is all we dedicate ourselves so that’s why when we speak to a costumer, we talk to the costumer. We take care of the costumer and we always talk on what’s good. We don’t care if you don’t want to hear it but it's for your own safety and your own good. And usually piercing studios are very strict when it comes to those kinds of rules.
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