Villain's was established in May of 1994 when the popularity of tattoos and body piercing was about to start sky rocketing in the midwest. Villain's grew from it's humble beginnings to become the largest tattoo and body piercing studio in the area bo … show more
Villain's was established in May of 1994 when the popularity of tattoos and body piercing was about to start sky rocketing in the midwest. Villain's grew from it's humble beginnings to become the largest tattoo and body piercing studio in the area boasting the absolute largest selection of body jewelry and tattoo flash in the midwest. Despite a less than desirable location, Villain's customers come from as far as Louisiana to acquire, then adorn some of the best work available for a lifetime of pleasure and admiration. Villain's is now the most experienced and trusted body piercing studio in Omaha, guaranteeing it's products and procedures unconditionally. Tattoos also inherit the trademark guarantee of free touch-ups due to normal exfoliation of the skin for a lifetime. After all, our customers are pretty much the only advertising we've ever done, and to any reputable shop are the only advertising necessary. We usually retain at least 5 fulltime tattooists and 2 piercers in addition to friendly and attractive counter help. We are always looking for fresh talent and all that is required is an impressive portfolio and an instinctual drive for perfection in art as well as life. Cleanliness is of utmost priority as we are essentially in a self imposed sterilization industry as well as in a nation of seemingly endless litigation. Villain's follows all OSHA guidlines voluntarily and exceeds the required standards of autoclave testing to ensure all tools, tubes, needles, etc. are consistently and without a doubt, sterile. All needles, pigment, etc. are disposed of properly by Environment Health Systems Inc. and our autoclaves are tested by a third party (A.I.S.) weekly rather than monthly as required. All loads are documented and labeled and all Villain's employees and assigns are required to do annual re-education as well as bloodborne pathogen testing.