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Sasha Merritt - Professional Tattoo and Cosmetic Artist


Tattoo, Permanent cosmetics, Needling, Areola Repigmentation, Tattooing over Scars

Experience in the area

I've been tattooing professionally for 10 years in shops in the US and England. I now own Dragonfly Ink in San Francisco, CA


Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals


Apprenticed at Black and Blue Tattoo Specialized training and certifications: Cross-contamination Prevention SofTaps Micropigmentation Areola Repigmentation Skin Needling University Art Courses

Something interesting about this subject that others may not know:

Scars can be tattooed over.

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Erik02/23/141010Thank you for the reply! Excellent advice .....
Emily05/09/13101010Sasha was very helpful and i appreciate .....
Isabella03/03/13101010Thank you so much for your time .....
Tarryn03/02/13101010Thanks very much.

Recent Answers from Sasha Merritt - Professional Tattoo and Cosmetic Artist

2015-07-11 Tattoo dimensions:

Kaitlin-    I'd defer to the tattoo artist who can look at the work directly as well as your ankle. You don't want it too small that it blurs together or is not in proportion to your body.    White is

2014-05-19 I've been doing some research...:

Madison-    Apologies for the delay. You have asked interesting insightful questions. They are pretty involved and require a bit more time than this format can offer. I'd recommend you talk to local tattoo

2014-04-07 Generate ideas for my tattoo?:

Kaitlin-    The best way to have a tattoo designed is to do some research into local tattoo artists. Look for artists who does work you like and are inspired by. Then talk to a couple of artists and see


Carolyn-    It isn't uncommon for there to be reactions to aftercare, even if you've used it before. The first thing is to stop all aftercare products. Sometimes the skin is just over stimulated by after

2013-08-27 need help with creatimg an arm sleeve tattoo:

Tamara-    Art is so subjective and personal, especially tattoo art. This is a bit more complicated a questions for this format and it needs much more personal attention.    What I would suggest is to


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