Tattoo Portraits & Vintage Makeovers with Alt.Studio Manchester [Tattooed Bridal and Wedding Blog]

Simon of Alt.Studio, Manchester had been uploading sneaky peeks of all the tattoo portraits and vintage makeovers on the studio’s Facebook page and I was just itching to feature them! It didn’t take much convincing when Simon asked me if I’d like to nip in one Saturday and get a feel of what it’s like to be photographed in the studio. I gave a big YES and one sunny Saturday I travelled to Manchester’s northern quarter with a suitcase of goodies – ready to meet Simon and  Nikki Armstrong of Make It Up.

(Did I mention that my hair colour for the shoot was a total accident the evening before?!! I kind of liked it. Therefore, the red is staying!)

Right around the corner from the awesome Afflecks Palace, Alt.Studio is so welcoming! Greeted by a huge hug off Simon and then chatting away with them both about which eras of Vintage we were going to get rolling with. I chose 50s as I took my fabulous Unique Vintage one piece and then we took off with a long silk dress from Thunder Egg for a glamorous trip back into the 20s.

I am SO pleased with how the images turned out – I seriously cannot recommend Simon and the rest of the team enough! The day was SO MUCH FUN! And I would totally recommend it! An afternoon of fun!

For a limited time only, Simon is offering the vintage makeover shoots for FREE. Yes, FREE! Be sure to head on over & “Like” Alt.Studio Facebook page and message the page for more details, quoting “Marry Me Ink”.

Below are more images from various other vintage makeovers and tattoo portraits that Simon has photographed recently. Take a look through and do leave Simon and the other lovely faces some love!

3 responses to “Tattoo Portraits & Vintage Makeovers with Alt.Studio Manchester [Tattooed Bridal and Wedding Blog]

  1. You look so amazing. I well want a go. Must be lots of fun too, right? Hee! x

  2. Check you out Rach! Lovin’ your smoky eye make-up and the dramatic up-swept hair. Verrrrry nice!

  3. I love how they did your hair – you look gorgeous! I *want* that bathing costume.