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How much would you tip an artist?

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So what do people think is an acceptable tip, both from a client's and an artist's point of view.

Also, would you tip after each session for a big tattoo which would take numerous sessions, would that influence the size of the tip, etc.

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So what do people think is an acceptable tip, both from a client's and an artist's point of view.

Also, would you tip after each session for a big tattoo which would take numerous sessions, would that influence the size of the tip, etc.

It's been mentioned by the mods to not mention tips here

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oh well, I guess that's the end of this thread then.

Best advice I can give you is tip what you feel is best.

Also remeber in general the tipping culture is different country to country reglardless of the service being provided

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