Black Market Tattoo Co x LIVIN $50 Flash Day
Black Market Tattoo Co and LIVIN are excited to announce their LIVIN Flash Day.
On 28th September 2019 we will be teaming up with LIVIN to bring you some amazing designs for affordable prices. In addition, the proceeds will be going to charity.
We will have loads of pre-designed tattoos representing loved ones lost and mental health awareness. Designs are available with prices starting at only $50, this may be a chance to get a tribute tattoo or a piece to represent your own struggles. LIVIN is all about living your life at the top and breaking the stigma around mental health. Connecting, supporting and encouraging one another to talk about their feelings and challenges because “It Ain’t Weak to Speak”.
Tattoos aside, we’ll have a full day of events to stick around for. For instance, discounted haircuts, raffle prizes and free food & drinks for tattoo clients.
This is a family-friendly event! We will have face painting for the kids and food & drink for everyone!
Let’s break the stigma of mental health.
The main events of the day include tattoo flash (with prices starting from $50), discounted haircuts, raffle prizes, kids face painting and street apparel in a top class, comfortable and clean studio.
LIVIN was founded on the Gold Coast, Australia in honour of a great man, Dwayne Lally, who like many others took his life after suffering in silence from a mental illness. Firstly, LIVIN’s vision is all about breaking the stigma around mental health. Connecting, supporting and encouraging one another to talk about their feelings and challenges because “It Ain’t Weak to Speak”. Secondly, through the development of cutting edge education programs, apparel and community awareness initiatives, LIVIN are launching a generational change. Let’s unite to help people start LIVIN again.
The LIVIN mission is to help promote wellness and positive living for young people, which can be achieved through awareness and early education programs. As a result, these programs encourage young people to be open, engage in conversation and be vulnerable.
Finally, by connecting to young people through innovative means, LIVIN will create a movement that makes mental health relatable and that people can build an enduring relationship with.