Yes, Everence can be applied by any tattoo artist, anywhere. Everence is easy to use, safe, and does not require special training to use.
It’s simple — an artist combines Everence with tattoo ink and applies into a new or existing tattoo. For more information about Everence in general or on how to use Everence to apply to a tattoo, please refer to our “Getting a Tattoo” section in our FAQs. Still have questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to answer any questions and connect you to one of the many other artists who have used Everence.
Although it is not possible to guarantee exactly how the body will heal, Everence has been specifically designed and produced not to affect the application or healing process of the tattoo.
We’ve got you covered. We stand behind Everence and the artists who use it. We will add any tattoo artist who completes our insurance signup form to our insurance policy as an additional insured so they can limit their risk and apply Everence with complete confidence. The signup form can be found here.
That’s how much we believe in our product, and respect the artists who use it.
In addition to protecting artists with a product liability insurance policy, we intentionally designed Everence to be able to be applied by any artist in the world, using any tattoo ink they choose, without any special training or equipment required.
We’d love to hear from you. Please email us at email@example.com and we can answer any questions you may have. We are also launching a Tattoo Artistry Program, so let us know if you’re interested in joining.