Established in 2006 in Toronto, Black Line Studio is an innovative concept which incorporates the essentials of the art world through the combination of an upscale tattoo shop, body piercing and laser treatment boutique with the most exclusive selection of art, jewelry, and after-care revitalizers.
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Had a phenomenal tattoo done here. The service was good and the tattoo artist truly cared. A really cool vibe in the place too- you feel like you're in a boutique business unlike mass tattoo producing places like Adrenaline or New Tribe. I would go back!
Honestly a great experience. I came in with an idea, and left with a beautiful work of art on my back. It was super important to me because it was a tattoo to honor my parents, and I couldn't be happier with how it turned out. Daniel was the artist and listened to every comment I made and offered suggestions. Would recommend!!
Black Line is by far my favorite place to get cool jewelry for my piercings! Every piece is a unique work of art. Definitely recommend to go check it out!
I have been blessed to find this place! After suffering from acne scars for whole life, I am now a new person in and out. Recommended 100%.
I had sent an email to Black Line Studio and got a call back the same day and the staff was incredibly friendly and accommodating and was able to fit me in the next morning! Great work, friendly service, clean shop, the price was bang-on.
Generally, a tattoo takes anywhere between 2-4 weeks to heal properly. It is important to follow your artist's aftercare instructions while healing your tattoo, and to keep the area moisturized and clean.
The cost of tattoos varies greatly depending on the size, complexity, and style of your tattoo. Generally, tattoos can range anywhere from $50 to $1000 or more.
The amount of money you should tip your tattoo artist is ultimately up to you, but most people generally tip between 15-20% of the total cost of the tattoo.
The legal age for getting a tattoo in Ontario is 18 years old.
Anyone who is not of legal age, is currently pregnant, or has certain medical conditions should not get a tattoo. If you’re unsure whether or not getting a tattoo is safe for you, consult your artist for answers.
Yes, tattoos do hurt. The level of pain from a tattoo varies from person to person, and depends primarily on the location of the tattoo, the size of the needle, and the type of ink used.
Before getting a new tattoo, there are a number of steps you can take to help you feel more prepared. Some of these steps include:
No, tattoo ink does not stay in your blood. Once the ink has been injected into your skin, it stays in the dermis (the deeper layer of the skin), and does not enter the bloodstream.