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    Blood Brothers
    I came to see Cat and told him my idea for a tattoo. I told him I wanted a heart with an cross inside it and that I wanted roses to be incorporated into the tattoo as well. I had a few guidelines- dainty, black and grey, etc.- and told Cat that I wanted the tattoo to be on my wrist. Other than that, I gave him creative liberty because I trusted his artistic instincts. When I came in on the scheduled appointment day, Cat showed me the drawing that he did and I absolutely loved it. (He even had a couple variations for me- one with a little color in it and another that was mostly outlines- just in case I liked those instead.) Cat took my idea and not only brought it into reality, but made it so much better than what I had in my mind. Now to the actual tattooing. Cat offered some talk, but mostly he just let me listen to my music (it helped me with the pain). This was my first tattoo, but as far as I can tell, Cat has a very light hand and it was not too painful. It took about an hour and a half, maybe two and then it was done. I now had a masterpiece of my very own. Cat gave good aftercare instructions which helped my tattoo to heal up very nicely and it still amazes me. The other day I actually received a compliment on the line work. The man who complimented it said he was impressed because "it is so hard to get such good detail into smaller tattoos." In a nutshell, Blood Brothers is fantastic and Cat is professional, friendly, and an excellent artist who listens to what his clients want.
    - Samantha H.
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    Living Canvas Tattoo & Body Piercing
    I walked in about 12:15pm and explained what I wanted. The staff was very professional and friendly and made me feel comfortable. Even though I did not have an appointment, I was able to get my small tattoo completed within 45 minutes of walking in the door. I thought $80 seemed high, but I have done no comparison shopping, so that amount may be standard.
    - Julee R.
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    Paradox Studios & Gallery
    I went in not knowing what I wanted. I talked to the girl at the counter who suggested I look through the artist's portfolio's. I did so and then selected an artist based on the style of work in her portfolio. They then made an appointment for me to return at a later date. They absolutely will NOT take anyone off the street to get some cheap tattoo on the spot. The owner (Victor) laughs, offers a crackerjack rub on tattoo and suggests you make an appointment. I like that. It keeps the environment professional and because of that, the place is never full of drunk lowlifes unlike some other tattoo shops I've been in (and consequently turned around and walked out of). When I went home, I thought about the style of the artist, and took some photographs of some vines I really liked. My own plants and flowers in my yard were included in those photos. When I returned for my appointment, I handed the girl the photo's I took and told her I wanted the work done on my foot. She and Victor were very professional when they explained the types of skin on the foot and places where it would work, and places it would not. They also explained why on each location and offered suggestions for alternative locations that might please me. In the end, I opted for the top of my foot from my big toe, across the top of my foot, wrapped around my ankle, and four inches up my calf rather than along the sides of my foot and around back as was my original idea. Kirin (the artist I selected based on the portfolios) did a fabulous job getting in tune with my wants artistically after we talked. My initial appointment was an hour and a half. We did no inkwork that day. We talked about what I wanted, what I liked, and she sketched in her sketchbook. She listened to everything I said and then rendered it in pencil. After we were both happy with the final drawing, she had me make an appointment for the actual tattoo (in two weeks). When I returned she had inked the drawing in her book and was fully ready to do my tattoo. She drew the work onto my skin freehand, thus guaranteeing a 100% unique piece of work instead of "number 42 from the book". She said she loves the artistic freedom of working that way and that it is boring when a shop just offers specific artwork and that's it. I have to say, I agree. I can't imagine doing something as permanent as a tattoo, and then ending up getting something that looks exactly the same as a hundred other people. Once we were both happy with the drawing on my skin and she made all the appropriate corrections, she began mixing ink colors. Then she began the 3 hour tattoo. She worked in shades of green that matched my photographs exactly. The leaves were fully rendered. At one point she asked if I would mind taking a short break. I laughed so hard, I thought she would never ask. Evidently she thought I wanted no breaks and meanwhile, I thought she wanted no breaks! We each enjoyed the ten minute break.  We took another break an hour later. Again, we each enjoyed it. I enjoyed a short reprieve from the searing pain that was becoming my tattoo, and she enjoyed the stretch. Evidently sitting hunched over someones foot for 3 hours is backbreaking work. Ok, neck straining anyway. Once finished, they sent me home with full care instructions in writing, to do's and not to do's and a follow up appointment for two weeks. On my return, she was thrilled with my healing, praised me for following her instructions to the letter. FYI, never lie to your tattoo artist, they are like mom--they know. She then touched up the coloring, emphasized some of the lines and enhanced a couple of the leaves. She reminded me if I had any questions, concerns or problems to call or come by. Over all, it was a very nice experience. I was 37 years old, I have three children. I am NOT the typical tattoo demographic. She treated me with respect and dignity every moment I was there. She also told me she could match the ink colors for a few years if I wanted. After that, she said the dye lots would be different and almost impossible to match. I thought that was good information. If I ever think I might want another tattoo, I will go nowhere else. If I move, I will return here for the work. Kirin is amazing and her ability to get completely in tune with what I wanted was great. It really put me at ease. Now, two years later, I am still in love with my tattoo and it's location.  Oh, and Angie's List main page would not let me enter the url. It said it was wrong, but I checked it three times. It is correct. It's unique, just like their shop. http://www.paradoxstudios.com/paradoxstudios.com/gallery.html
    - Heather R.
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    Madame Voodoo's House Of Ink
    I was greeted at the door by my artist, who introduced himself and let me know he would be doing my tattoo. The environment was not anywhere near as loud as other tattoo shops I have visited in the past. The staff are responsive, kind, attentive, and knowledgeable. David Page, my artist, took great care to make sure he knew exactly what I wanted done including size, cost, colors, and location before he started drawing up my tattoo. He explained everything he was doing or was going to do. He assured I was comfortable before starting to do the tattoo. It took a good 2 hours plus a few minutes and he was incredibly patient the entire time in spite of a few involuntary twitches from my muscles. He never once complained about my occasional wiggling or need to change my position as much as allowed considering the location of the tattoo. He is an excellent artist. He's also well-spoken. This shop lacks the profanity present in many tattoo parlors; everyone there is professional, considerate and dedicated to the customer's well-being as well as satisfaction. This is my 5th tattoo and I must say it has been my best experience ever. I would highly recommend Madame Voodoo's House of Ink to anyone looking for a tattoo shop. The prices are a little bit higher than other shops in the area but the service and quality of the tattoo was worth every single penny. I cannot say enough positive about my experience at this business and will certainly be returning when I feel prepared to get another tattoo. Thanks to Malissa, the owner, and David Page, my artist. I felt cared for and important. This kind of business is few and far between these days, and I am glad to have found it. I'm proud to have them in our small community - I've been to big cities that don't have tattoo shops of the quality of Madame Voodoo's. They are definitely an asset to Warrenton's business community.
    - trisha f.
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