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Gift Card Giveaway!!! Now through Oct 11th

Now through Sun Oct 11th, share and tag @odditytattoo in a photo of yourself wearing any Oddity tee or hat (or share the below image & tag three friends) on Instagram, to be entered to win! First place gets a $150 Oddity gift card, a tee and hat. Second place gets a $75 gift card,…

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50 Shades of Black Friday, get 10% back!!!

💥 50 shades of Black Friday 💥 start today!! Get *10% back on any tattoo work done between 11-12-19 and 11-30-19!! You can use your credit for your next tattoo, piercing, microblading or gift it to any other person. Call, visit or email to set up your next appointment!! *Promotional Credit. Credit must be used…

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Tattoo Spotlight

Scott Olive Owl

Our first ever Tattoo Spotlight is a piece by Scott Olive, who works at Oddity’s Main Street location. Scott’s client Shawn, got the tattoo to celebrate his 15 year wedding anniversary with wife, Christine. The original owl drawing that inspired the tattoo was done by Shawn’s son, Adam, back when he was in elementary school.…

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New Tees & Hats

Oddity’s new logo by Jesse Benson is now available on hats and tees. Snapback hats are available for $30 and come in two color options, all black or grey with white. Tees are $20, come in black or white, sizes small through 2XL. Hats and tees can be purchased at all three Oddity locations. Call…

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Microblading Q&A with Ashley Holland

Oddity Tattoo on University now offers microblading services with Ashley Holland. Below she answers some of the most commonly asked questions about the procedure. Q: What’s the difference between microblading and eyebrow tattooing? A: The biggest difference between microblading and treating the eyebrow like a tattoo is that our faces are forever changing, after a…

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10 Tattoo Facts, History Edition

Photo Credit, The Plaza Gallery, Los Angeles   1. Otzi the Iceman (circa 3300-3200 BC) has the oldest preserved tattoos. He has 61 total tattoos including a black cross on the inside of his left knee, six straight lines on his lower back, and parallel lines on his ankles, leg, and wrists. Scientists discovered joint disease…

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