Ghanaian celebrities are taking their brand very serious recently, and one of the great touch they have added to themselves is said to be Tattoos.
Tattoos are cool. The problem is that many people spend a lot of time worrying about two things only – the pain of their first tattoo and the image they want.
These are very important things to consider, but at least you can be fairly sure your tattoo artist will discuss them with you in detail before you begin.
One of the talented Ghanaian tattooist behind most of the tattoos on Celebrities is known as Tattoo Monster. With his artist experience, training, artistic talent, and attitude he has won the heart of most musicians including Sister Derby, Kelvyn Boy, and host of others.
When Ghananewss.com got intouch with him, he made it known, although he faces lot of challenges in his work, it's a dream for him to take it to the next level.
When asked how much he charges for his work, he revealed that it depends on the type of image the person want it done on his body. But in all he charges within Ghc50 to Ghc900 respectively.
Watch some of his videos below to check him out more.
Get intouch with him via his Social media handles bellow
[Fb- Jesus Kofi Amoah
IG - tattoomonstergh
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