Buffalo tattoo shop goes viral on TikTok for 'gumball tattoos'

Cody Stephan started doing the tattoos as a promotion for his business, Omen Ink. When he put it on TikTok, it got millions of views and likes.

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  1. I might try this at my shop…I do a lot of walk ins and so many if them are things I'm not feeling, just don't think some stuff is good tattoo material. At least this way you know all the designs in there are good.

    I might sting on or just remove the golden gumballs though…I would rather give a good deal on the gumballs, say an $80 tat for $50…worth it to me as my job is sooo much more fun doing something cool. Maybe even a $100 or $200 machine too.