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We usually work by appointment only, but we do occasionally post on our Facebook page if an artist has a cancellation or open spot for a day.
Usually how our process works is you will take a look through the portfolios and pick an artist, then call or email and we can set up a 20-30 minute consultation for you to come in, sit down and talk to the artist about what exactly you are wanting. At the consultation, you will set up the appointment and put a deposit down for the tattoo.
We take deposits for every appointment set. They are non-refundable and used to solidify the appointment when you set it. The deposit amount will be applied to the final price of the tattoo at your final session. You must call the shop and speak to someone within 48 hours of your appointment to reschedule if needed. If you fail to show up for your appointment or call to reschedule within 48 hours, your deposit will be forfeited.
No, all drawings must stay in shop until the appointment. We do not send out or allow pictures to be taken of drawings or tattoos. Unless otherwise stated by the artist, designs usually aren’t drawn up until a day or so before the appointment. However, there is plenty of time on the appointment date to make any changes needed to a design prior to tattooing.
No. You must be over 18 years of age to get a tattoo, even with parental consent.
We only accept government issued picture IDs such as drivers licenses, passports, military IDs and state-issued IDs. If you do not have a drivers license you are able to go to your local DMV and apply for a state-issued ID for a small fee.
We do not accept birth certificates or school IDs
No. Getting tattooed while pregnant or breastfeeding has the possibility of complications to your health and the health of your baby
Yes, definitely. It is highly recommended to eat within 1-2 hours of being tattooed. Having stable blood sugar bolsters your immune system and helps the body deal with the fluctuation of endorphins, which are emitted during the tattoo process.
You must bring a valid government issued ID to every appointment, even if you have been in the shop before or are working on a tattoo that has already been started. It is also recommended to bring a drink and a snack.
Probably. Tattoo cover ups depend on the tattoo you currently have and what your ideas for covering it up with. Flexibility is important when it comes to getting a cover-up done – The artist will take your ideas and let you know options that will work the best.
For cover-ups, start by emailing the shop with a current image of the tattoo that you are wanting to cover up. Also, send over any images and a brief description of your idea(s) that you want to cover it up with.
If taken care of properly, the healing process takes around 2 weeks.
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