When you want a tattoo, there’s a certain amount of trust that you give your tattoo artist. At Planet X Tattoo & Supply, our reputation is pristine, the talent at our studio is second to none, and you can rest assured that we’ll exceed your every tattoo expectation.
Custom tattoo design, body piercing, tattoo and piercing equipment, jewelry, autoclave services and more. Consultation always free.
We focus on custom tattoos, and offer consultation and design services. Know what you want but can't find the right flash? Let us know, and we will design it for you!
Planet X Tattoo & Supply was founded in 2012 by Seth Williams. The staff at Planet X Tattoo & Supply look forward to the opportunity to share our body art skills with the Aurora and Denver area.
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Because tattoo styles and tastes vary, we have a full team of artists ready to create a tattoo that perfectly reflects your exact desires. Check out our team of professional tattoo artists below:
I have been piercing since 2011. These days I do about 200 piercings a month. The art of piercing requires aesthetics, anatomical knowledge, physical dexterity, first aid, and a good bedside manner. The best part of my job is seeing a clients reaction when they first look at their new piercing. I would be happy to talk to you about your piercing goals, feel free to come in and we can take care of you.
We get a lot of phone calls and emails about general tattoo and piercing inquiries, so feel free to contact us at 303-745-0959 with any questions. Here’s a few that we hear the most:
1" Disposable Grips: $1.50 singles, $25 box of 25
Cartridge Needles: $1.50-$2.30 singles, $20-$30 20 ct boxes
1 oz StarBrite colors at $12
Coil Machines starting at $60
Rotary Machines starting at $150
Power supplies starting at $45
At Planet X Tattoo & Supply, any piercing is fair game. Drop by our Aurora studio and we’ll talk face to face about your bodywork and whether we’re able to do it; most piercings are $40-$45 (jewelry included).
The art of piercing encompasses anatomy, aesthetics, physical dexterity, first aid, and empathy. Few things are more satisfying to me then seeing the look on the face of a happy client when they first see their new piercing.
- Seth Williams
Tatto Prep: What should I do before coming in for a tattoo?
- Eat. No, seriously – your body will be releasing endorphins during the tattoo process, so you want to have stable blood sugar. Also, avoid any alcohol, aspirin, or caffeine before being tattooed.
Tattoo care: How do I keep my new tattoo looking great for years?
- Your tattoo takes 2-4 weeks to heal. During this time, gently wash the tattoo every night and apply lotion to keep the skin soft. We recommend wrapping with plastic for the first few nights.