Saturday Recap

We’re edging closer and closer to Hayley’s maternity leave now, which must suck if you didn’t book in with her by now, as we’re pretty sure she has no space at all left! If you’re desperate to get something from her before she goes, we recommend keeping an eye on the blog for any cancellations, or also her Instagram page here, and keeping in touch! Sorry if this disappoints you, though you can’t say we didn’t tell you in advance!

Yesterday one of Hayley’s clients came in to have some more work done, and it’s looking great. Hayley pointed out that she didn’t do the girl with the guitar or the writing, but the rest is all her. Thanks for coming in, Luke!


We have another healed photo as well of Hayley’s work today, which is great to see! Thank you for sending this, Mark!


Also, we’d like to remind you that Gav Lyons will be working full time in the shop very soon. At the moment, he’s doing Saturdays, but by the 24th that should change, and he’ll be in full time. If you’d like to get something cool from him, feel free to book in! We’re really happy to have him in the shop, and he’s been doing some great work so far. Here’s some recent work from him:




Today was also our receptionist Robin’s birthday- happy birthday! For her birthday, Ian made a start on her new Lord of the Rings sleeve. It’s looking great so far; we’ll let you know when there’s more to show off!



Lauren is also constantly running around the shop busy, and has been doing some great work! Feel free to come down to the shop and book in with her- occasionally Lauren does walk in days, so you may even get lucky and be able to be tattooed on the same day if you come in early enough!




We’ve had another great week at the shop; thanks to everyone who came in for a tattoo this week!


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Inkslingers is a tattoo studio located in the city centre of Newcastle Upon Tyne. With three floors, great custom artists and health and hygiene at the top of our priorities, you're guaranteed a great experience here.
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