As dedicated artists, our work reflects a more personal artistic direction while still adhering to traditional tattoo ideals.

Tattoos are like stories, they are symbolic of the important moments in your life. Sitting down, talking about where you got each tattoo and what it symbolizes, is really beautiful.

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What we offer

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Tattoo & Cosmetic Tattoo

We accept tattoo projects in a different kinds of arts such as Portrait, Realism, Tribal, Polynesian, Oriental and Japanese Style, Bio-Mechanical and more. We do Cover-ups and Tattoo Removal.


Permanent makeup like Lip Tattoo and 3D Eyebrow Microblading.

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Piercing

Traditional and Exotic Piercings.

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Henna Tattoo

We accept henna projects in any design and body painting.

Tattoos are like a timeline of your life. You could look at a certain tattoo, and it will reminds you a certain time of your life and why you got that tattoo.

Meet Our Fineline Artists

Butch Bautista

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Ronnel Bitancur

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People tattoo for different reasons. I use a tattoo as a marker of time, to be reminded of a time in my life. It is something special and personal.

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First time to get INKED?

Tips for your first TATTOO!

There are a lot of mixed thoughts and emotions you may experience before getting your first tattoo. You may feel excited, happy, impatient, and even a little nervous. Let us help to put your mind at ease with these tips that will sure to help your first tattoo experience go smoothly.


  • Nothing wrong with pushing yourself, but on a first tattoo it's more than fine to respect your body's limit. If you're very sensitive, avoid choosing ribs, backs of knees, elbows, or groin areas for your first tattoo.
  • Don’t rush! The design is quite possibly the most important step, followed closely by where you get it done. If you’re not 100% happy with how the preliminary sketches look, talk to your artist about it. They can adjust the drawing and give some suggestions.
  • Look for the design ideas you like ahead of time and come in with a reference material to deliver an description for your tattoo. We will use your base description as a guideline to create a custom piece of art just for you.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask questions! A good tattoo artist will answer every single one and take the time to make sure you’re comfortable before they start the process with you.
  • You don’t want your first tattoo to end up on Fail. Go ahead and look around until you get an idea of fair pricing, but it’s a great idea to choose a shop based on the artists’ skills, experience, and health standards, rather than price. Unless you have several trusted friends who can vouch for a suspiciously cheap tattoo parlour, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. You're altering your body for life. If that's not worth a decent investment, I don't know what is.
  • Depending upon where the tattoo will be, you’ll want to wear clothes that will allow easy access to that part of your body. Lets say if you’re going to get a leg tattoo, don’t wear skinny jeans.
  • Tattoo aftercare is something you should take seriously. Healing your tattoo is just as important as the process itself, so don’t use any type of ointment. After all you and your tattoo deserve the best. If you want it to stay looking great for years.
  • No matter how madly in love you are right now, putting your Boyfriend/Girlfriend's name on your body is a risky choice. Be 100% sure that you can stand behind your choice for the rest of your life.
  • Give yourself some time to be sure you’re happy with your design choice, placement, artist. Marking your body for life is a big decision, make sure you are making your decision in the right mind and for the right reasons for yourself.
  • After you've slept on it, commit to it. Confirm your appointment, mark your calendar, tell everybody, and don't back out. Loads of people talk about getting a tattoo for years and never do it. If you want it, you have to make it happen.
  • You're the one who has to live with it the rest of your life. So if you want it for yourself, give it to yourself.

Preparation Advice

FINELINE Tattoo and Body Piercing Shop would like to provide the best possible tattooing experience to each of our clients. Whether you stop by as a walk-in client or you have a confirmed appointment, please read the following preparation advice so that we may guarantee you a smooth and comfortable experience.

  • All tattoo clients must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Bring as many reference materials or pictures as you can if you have a very specific idea or design for your tattoo.
  • Make sure to eat a solid meal before your appointment, especially if you are receiving a larger tattoo.
  • For your safety and the safety of everyone in the shop, do not consume any alcohol, pain medications, blood thinners or any other type of medication that may put your health at risk.
  • Consult with your doctor if you have any medical conditions and wish to receive a tattoo. If you must seek medical counsel before tattooing, bring a copy of the clearance letter from your doctor.
  • Make sure the area to be tattooed is free from any skin blemishes, rashes, fresh scars and especially sunburns.
  • No children under the age of 10 will be allowed in the station with you. You may bring one guest into the station provided, he or she does not become a distraction to the artist or the rest of the staff.
  • If you are on vacation, plan your tattoo toward the end of your trip in order to protect the healing process from overexposure to sun and water activities.