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Best tattoo parlor: Tattoo Hawaii

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Tattoo Hawaii

Tattoo Hawaii brings together a team of five skilled professionals with “over 100 years of combined tattoo experience,” according to the location’s website. 

Artists Dave and Peggy Sucher, Doug Wheeler, Kobi Yasutake and Stolfi El Sinti work diligently to bring their designs and piercings to life. If the tattoo you received needs fixing, Tattoo Hawaii will turn a sun into a Picasso. 

Another huge plus is the shop’s location; it is conveniently located close to campus and ample amounts of students visit throughout the year to obtain unique designs, permanent makeup like eyeliner and eyebrows and piercings. 

Before deciding on a design, Tattoo Hawaii recommends a free consultation, which is offered with the artist of your choice. All artist portfolios can be found online and designs range from tribal art to written words to custom art unlike anything found at other local parlors – if you have an idea, let the artist know and he or she will draw a design and work with you to perfect this permanent artwork. 

Tattoos are forever, and this parlor makes sure you’ll leave happy. The consistency and quality that Tattoo Hawaii artists bring are some the many reasons why students prefer this parlor over others.

Address: 1430 Kona St.

Phone: 945-3120


Hours: Mon. - Sun. 1 p.m. - 8 p.m.

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