Frequently Asked Questions
Do you sell the aftercare products I’ll need?
At this time, we do not offer aftercare products, but not to worry! You can find the products you will need (Aquaphor, Dial Soap, and Lubriderm Lotion) at almost every drugstore.
If you would like to purchase Saniderm for yourself, you can do so on their site HERE.
How do you determine pricing?
Our tattoos currently start at just $80! Some locations on the body will have a higher minimum cost as certain areas are difficult to tattoo. We offer a rate of just $100 an hour for large work, but will generally price based on the piece. Please let your artist know if you have a budget so they can work with you!
What is the minimum age to get tattooed?
You must be 18 years old to get a tattoo with us if you are unaccompanied by your parent or guardian, however, our minimum age requirement to get tattooed is 17 years old. Any minor must have a parent or guardian present, and you must provide a valid ID for both the minor and parent as well as a birth certificate.
Do you take walk-ins?
Absolutely! We take walk-ins for consultations and appointments during business hours. But we always recommend making an appointment to avoid long wait times and ensure that you will be able to get a perfect tattoo on your time! You can send an appointment request HERE.
What types of payment do you accept?
We always accept cash payments for tattoos, deposits, and merchandise. We cannot accept credit cards directly, however, we accept payments through PayPal and Venmo. If you do not have an account with these sites, we can send you a direct link through your cell phone or email that allows you to input your card information for a single transaction.
All sales and deposits are final, we are happy to offer free touch-ups on our tattoos within the first year! (Provided there is no evidence of deliberate damage or negligence during aftercare)
What should I do to prepare for my tattoo?
The most important thing that you can do before a tattoo procedure is to eat a good meal. Low blood sugar can lead to dizziness and even fainting during the tattoo. We recommend bringing water and comfortable clothing that you don't mind getting dirty, as tattoo ink can stain. We ask that you do not bring children, or more than a couple of friends with you to your appointment as they are not allowed in the tattoo area while you are being tattooed. Tattoos can take many hours to complete, so always be ready for a long day at the shop just in case!