Twas a bust. So, I set my appointment about two weeks ago. Called the studio, told them what I was wanting, and they said they’d have the piercing artist get in touch with me. I got a text later that night from someone saying they were returning my call. I explained I wanted three Xseries installed, and they at first quoted me $300. I said that was too steep for me, especially since I was bringing in all the equipment myself and nothing had to be sterilized or autoclaved. Then they said oh okay, 150 then. I agreed and we’d set the appointment for tonight. I also linked them ALL the resources, lol.
Two days ago, I texted them asking if the appointment was still good. They replied that they were no longer with the studio but would still take the appointment if I could come to an alternate location they were renting to do tattoos and piercings at. A red flag, but I said sure with the intent to look into it further. I then called Wisemagic back and asked about my appointment. The guy on the phone said yes the artist was no longer with them, and that I wasn’t on their calendar at all. At that point I just said thanks and hung up. I looked up the new address on Street View and was already unimpressed. Pretty ghetto looking, to me.
Today, I called the studio again around noon and got voicemail, so I explained everything up to that point and asked they get back to me on an appointment and whether the artist was trustworthy. They freaking never called back. So I drove the two hours to Phoenix from my place with my mom, and we scoped out the dead end road. There were people standing around and two cars parked facing each other with their lights on. We nope’d tf out and I texted that appointment was canceled.
It didn’t sound like the owner of Wisemagic was all that enthused with implants, and it was pretty unprofessional of them to never call me back. So I’d say do not attempt them, based on my experience.
Now I get to try and find someone else for like Sunday so the time off I took from work for recovery won’t go to waste…