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Add in the antics they have to deal with on the regular, and we just may have found the most difficult profession on the planet.After all, if your tattoo is on fleek, then you'll probably want to be able to come back to the same artist for more.One companion is fine, but rolling in five deep to the tattoo shop is not a good look.Not only is there not enough space for your crew, but the chatter and incessant questions hurled at the artist is distracting.Usually, the reason you're putting a deposit down after a consultation is to ensure that you show up.
After talking to them all, I really can't blame them.
Tattoo artists are not servants; they are skilled professionals who deserve your respect, money, and gratitude.
They are here to do a job, which is hard on its own.
While you shouldn't let anyone pressure you into a tattoo you don't want, your artist is the expert, and knows what will fit where / fade fastest / end up smudged.
If your artist says that all of the lyrics to "Stairway To Heaven" just won't fit on your calf, believe them and work on a compromise.If you need to take five or go to the bathroom, you should definitely request it, because squirming in your seat is not fun for the artist.Requesting a smoke break is just eating time out of the artist's schedule, and it's unsanitary.If you're having sudden cold feet, it's best practice to either call and cancel in advance (so that they can book another client), or still go in and express your concerns.