Frequently asked questions
How do I go about getting tattooed by one of your artists?
Please feel free to send us an email with your idea, reference images, desired placement and preferred artist. If you are looking for a cover up, please send an image of the tattoo you care looking to cover. We will be able to further advise you upon seeing the existing tattoo. Often enough the existing tattoo is able to be successfully covered up but at times we might encourage some laser tattoo removal to lighten the tattoo in order to open your options.
How much is the deposit?
The shop deposit is $100. This deposit is non-refundable (no exceptions) but will be credited towards the cost of the tattoo. If the tattoo will be completed in multiple sessions, the deposit will be credited on the last session for that specific tattoo.
Do you have a shop minimum?
Yes, the shop minimum is $100.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept major credit/debit cards and cash.
How old do I have to be to get tattooed?
You must be at least 18 years old with valid state/government issued ID. We will NOT tattoo anyone under the age of 18, NO EXCEPTIONS.
If I’m a Tattoo Artist how can I go about doing a guest spot at your studio?
We welcome the opportunity to work with tattoo artists from all parts with all backgrounds. If interested in doing a guest spot with us please email us at links to your online portfolios. We will ONLY consider professional licensed tattoo artists and you MUST have an online portfolio for us to view.
What are the shop hours?
We are open seven days a week Monday - Sunday from 11am-8pm.
Do you do piercings?
Yes, we do
Do you take walk-ins?
We love to, but give us a call to confirm availability
Do not pick, peel, or scratch your new tattoo.
Do not under any circumstance use rubbing alcohol, peroxide, or cortisone on your new tattoo.
Do not use sponges, washcloths, or anything abrasive while cleaning your tattoo. They harbor bacteria and may irritate or harm your tattoo.
Do not let anyone touch your new tattoo.
Do not go in a lake, tub, pool, etc. These all contain bacteria.
Do not expose your new tattoo to direct sunlight. This includes tanning beds. A high SPF sunscreen will protect the crispness/longevity of your tattoo in the future.