"You deserve the best" or "Quality. Cleanliness. Experience." (Either of these could be incorporated if deemed it will fit well, but I could go either way. "You deserve the best" has been the closest we've had to a slogan though.)
We are a high-end piercing boutique that caters to a largely conservative wealthy female clientele. We are known for our professionalism, high standards, and high quality jewelry including expensive solid gold and genuine gemstones. The interior of the studio has more of a spa look and feel than a "typical" piercing or tattoo studio. While we are open to something that could be jewelry or piercing related, it is very hard to find designs that are industry related that don't end up looking cartoony or cheesy.
I currently use cursive font for our business name in our print materials currently, so I love how this font and design look together.
I love the simplicity of this design and how the design ties together both parts of the business name.
While the color scheme is not my thing, I like how simple and cute this is.
While the tree itself is not my style, I like how this incorporates three key points of the business. Our print materials list "quality, cleanliness, experience", so something kind of like this could work for us.
I like how this is simple, yet very memorable.
Same as the tree, I am not crazy about the sun itself, but I like the simplicity.
I love cursive, so I was immediately drawn to this. The design is really interesting and would definitely be memorable. Not having capital letters drives me nuts though.
I like the simplicity of this design, but I can't stand not having capital letters.
While this design instantly reminds me of lawyers or banks, I think it is simple and classic.
I love the simplicity of this design and that it isn't overdone.
We would like something that has more of a high-end spa or high end jewelry store look to it rather than a typical piercing studio. One of my friends had her logo designed here (Immaculate Piercing) and I really love how her design turned out. We would like something classy and somewhat simple that appeals to our wealthy conservative female client base. While we are open to something that could be jewelry or piercing related, it is very hard to find designs that are industry related that don't end up looking cartoony or cheesy.