There are many tattoo shops in Plymouth England, but not all of them are created equal.
Here is a list of the six best tattoo shops in Plymouth, based on the quality of tattoos, customer satisfaction, and price.
Whether you’re looking for a traditional or modern tattoo, these six shops will definitely meet your needs.
So what are you waiting for? Get inked!
Talisman Tattoo (Tattoo & Piercing Shop)
Talisman Tattoo Shop aims to make your experience as comfortable as it can while accommodating most styles.
With a combined 20 years of experience, you are likely to discover the ideal artist for your next tattoo needs.
Talisman Tattoo Shop also provides fine jewelry that has been expertly crafted and can be skillfully pierced at the shop.
Talisman is also a wonderful place to go if you decide that you want a skilled hand-poke tattoo.
66 Cornwall Street, Plymouth
Attica Tattoo Studio
Attica Tattoo Studio’s artists offer a variety of tattoo designs.
Both unique pieces and ready-made designs are created by them.
To see any available pieces and tattoos they’ve already done, look through their artist albums.
On Saturdays, they also provide piercing sessions with Libby.
40 Mayflower St, Plymouth PL1 1QX, UK
White Room Tattoo
Plymouth is home to the White Room Tattoo studio.
2016 saw the launch of The White Room by Pash and Uzzi.
They work in a number of diverse styles but mostly focus on black and grey realism.
With 15 years of expertise, they are also quite skilled at cover-ups.
40 Bretonside, Plymouth, PL4 0AU
DUST N’ BONES
DUST N’ BONES is situated on New Thoroughfare, The Barbican, Plymouth’s oldest street, in an industrial structure that dates back 200 years.
The location is ideal for a tattoo parlour because it is rich in maritime history.
The Navy Pub is also directly across from it, at the end of White Lane, in the Palace Vaults building.
This is the ideal setting for getting a tattoo by local artist Neil Pengilley, who is happy to work on any style of tattoo, including traditional, colour work, black and grey, writing, elaborate designs, oriental work, or black work, is a well-decorated, clean, pleasant, and calm studio.
33 New St, Plymouth, PL1 2NA
Easy Street Electric Tattoo
In Plymouth’s downtown, three brilliant tattoo artists recently opened a new shop.
Nick Wallace, Caroline Derwent, and Jon Dailey have a long history of working together at Dust’n’Bones Tattoo in Plymouth. The trio has always been driven to launch their own company.
“Easy Street Electric,” is a new establishment which aims to make prospective tattoo clients feel at home.
10a Gibbon Lane, Plymouth, PL4 8BR
Living Art Tattoo
The tattoo shop at Living Art is well-lit, orderly, and creative.
You can choose from a wide variety of tattoo designs that are arranged in folders and displayed on wall posters.
Even your own suggestions are welcome; they can be redrawn if necessary.
Their tattoo parlour is accessible to people with disabilities and has no stairs leading in.
Their primary tattooing space is upstairs, where skilled tattoo artists transform designs into works of living art!
87 Cornwall St, Plymouth PL1 1NX, United Kingdom