Find a tattoo shop in Round Rock, TX

Find tattoo shops in Round Rock, TX

Find tattoo shops in Round Rock, TX

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Find tattoo shops in Round Rock, TX

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Top 10 tattoo shops in Round Rock, TX

Clients agree: these Round Rock tattoo shops are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.


2 hires on Fash
8+ years in business
Serves Round Rock, TX
Brandon says, "Great artist really took his time and cared" Read more
Biggs Texas Ink

Biggs Texas Ink

New on Fash
2 hires on Fash
10+ years in business
Serves Round Rock, TX
Over ten year’s experience, nothing makes me happier next to my family and putting a beautiful piece of art in somebody’s skin .. I do my best to give a fun and relaxing experience and art that we both can be proud of.
Tattooist Chief Flores

Tattooist Chief Flores

23+ years in business
Serves Round Rock, TX
Angela S. says, "Everything! But most of all, how hard he worked on customizing every detail of my tattoo & his light touch. We tattoo'd the first day for about 7-8hrs. If he didn't have the touch he does, I wouldn't have been able to sit that long!! He's beyond amazing & the only artist I will go to now!" Read more
T's Blues & Tattoos

T's Blues & Tattoos

New on Fash
9+ years in business
Serves Round Rock, TX
We are a custom tattoo studio in Georgetown Texas. We take pride in our work and put our customers first. T. Barksdale has been a tattoo artist for over 20 years. She is very passionate about her customers and their experience. She feels that you deserve exactly what you want and will work with you to create a design that you are very happy with. Your safety is her highest priority and she is CPR, First Aid, and Blood Borne Pathogen Certified. T also teaches classes for tattooing & piercing, yes classes not an apprenticeship. She also does Cosmetic tattooing....
Randy Solis Art Studio

Randy Solis Art Studio

New on Fash
4+ years in business
Serves Round Rock, TX
Austin TX ATX TATTOO ARTIST ✉️ DM, EMAIL or TEXT 210.992.4210 [email protected] #austintattoo #austintattooartist

Your tattoo shop questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Fash.

How much do tattoos cost?

The average cost for a tattoo is $50 to $250 for a small or simple image like a heart or cross, or $150 to $450 for a medium-sized tattoo like a portrait or tribal design. For a complex design or large tattoo, like a half or full sleeve or full back, prices start and $500 and can reach $4,000.

Tiny tattoos under 2 inches typically cost $30 to $100 or the tattoo parlor's minimum fee.

Tattoo artists charge $120 to $150 per hour, depending on their experience and reputation and the design complexity.

How much should you tip a tattoo artist?

Tip a tattoo artist 20% if you're happy with their work or up to 25% for intricate custom designs or if the artist exceeded your expectations.

Do tattoo shops do piercings?

Many tattoo places also do piercings for ears, noses, tongues, belly buttons, and more. However, not all shops offer this service. Contact local tattoo parlors to confirm whether piercing is offered.

What should I expect when getting a tattoo done at a shop?

After finding a tattoo artist who specializes in the style you want, book an initial consultation to discuss your design placement, size, colors, and features. Most consultations are free and last 30 to 60 minutes. After confirming the design, the artist will schedule your appointment.

During your appointment, you'll be seated in a tattoo chair, usually in an open area. If you prefer a private area, be sure to request it in advance.

The artist will prep your skin, then apply a stencil or draw the design on your skin so you can review it and make any final changes. Then, the artist will tattoo the design with needles inserted into the skin. Though the process will hurt, most artists agree the first minute is the worst.

How long does a tattoo take to heal?

A tattoo takes up to 6 months to fully heal, though your skin will go through several stages of healing during that time.

  • At week 2, the tattoo may begin to itch as it flakes and scabs.
  • In weeks 3 and 4, a layer of dry skin will form over the tattoo before exfoliating itself, and the itchiness will fade. Redness and itching at this stage may be an early sign of an infected tattoo.
  • After the first month, all itchiness and redness should be gone, but the skin below your tattoo may continue repairing itself for up to six months.

How do I choose the best tattoo shop near me?

Follow these tips to select the right tattoo artist for you:

  • Decide what style of tattoo you want. Look for artists who specialize in that style.
  • Ask for recommendations from friends and family.
  • Read reviews on Fash and Google.
  • Browse tattoo artists' portfolios of designs similar to yours.
  • Look for licensed, certified tattoo artists.
  • Choose the tattoo placement.
  • Meet with the artist for an initial consultation to discuss your ideas and vision for the design.
  • Confirm the shop is clean and sanitary and the staff is professional.

What questions should I ask tattoo parlors?

Ask the tattoo artist these questions before deciding who to hire:

  • How long have you been tattooing?
  • Are you licensed and certified?
  • Which styles do you specialize in?
  • Can I see your portfolio?
  • Which placement would you recommend for this design, and why?
  • How do you sanitize your equipment?
  • What aftercare routine do you recommend?
  • What deposit do you require?
  • Do you guarantee your work? What happens if you make a mistake in my design?

Reviews for Round Rock tattoo shops

Recent success stories from people in the Round Rock area.
Great experience great artist!! Thanks Clay
Joseph A.
Good artist, very laid back guy, gets to the point.
Tattooist Chief Flores
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