Tattoo artist hopes business success is permanent
Nick Quinn, co-owner of Black Eagle Tattoo in Kanawha City, wipes his work area with a sterile disposable square and sterile water as he goes, to keep the skin clear of excess ink.
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#1 Jan 20, 2014
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