Consultations are free but they do require a scheduled appointment. You can always come into the shop and talk to a manager or floor staff, but if you need to speak directly to an artist an appointment is needed.
It is recommended to get a good nights sleep and eat before getting tattooed. Try to wear loose fitting clothing and avoid using fragrant perfumes or colognes. Do not come for your tattoo intoxicated. If you are drunk or under the influence of illegal drugs you will be refused and will lose your deposit.
If you are planning on getting a tattoo, please make sure you include all the information listed.
Subject matter, and size of your tattoo
Where on your body you'd like your tattoo
Referenced photos you'd like to use
* Please note, we will not tattoo someone else's tattoo on you. You are more than welcome to have it used as a reference of style and or subject matter, but it must be changed to prevent copying another artist work.
Photos of the area being tattooed; this only applies to cover-ups and gap filling tattoos.
Also if you have any scars, birthmarks, or anything else you think would be important for the artist to know about, please let us know beforehand.
- What is our policy on deposits?
Your deposit is nonrefundable. If you need to reschedule your appointment we require a full 24-hour notice or you will lose your deposit. We are more than happy to reschedule your appointment if need be, but the 24-hour notice is required to give us an opportunity to fill the spot again in a timely manner. Deposits are $80 and this amount is taken off the total of the tattoo at the end. If you do need to reschedule and have not provided 24hr notice you will lose the $80 deposit, but the same goes for us; if we have to reschedule your appointment we will take $80 off the tattoo for you as compensation.
Does a consultation cost anything?
No, your consultation is free, although an appointment is required for a consultation. Contact the shop to schedule a consultation with one of our artists.
What is my tattoo going to cost?
During your consultation with the artist, you will be provided with a rough estimate on how long they think the tattoo will take. This will give you a general idea of the price, but this is not exact. There are many factors in how long your tattoo will take, including the location of the tattoo on your body (some spots are more difficult than others), the size of the tattoo, how detailed the tattoo is going to be, how well you are able to sit during the tattoo, etc. We do our best to provide you with as accurate of a price/time but again, it's just a rough estimate, it could be more or less.
What is your recommended aftercare for my new tattoo?
The artist will bandage your tattoo before you leave. Within the next few hours remove the bandage and wash the tattoo with warm water and nonscented antibacterial hand soap. Let the tattoo air dry or gently pat it with a towel. Give the tattoo a little time to breathe and then apply a thin layer of ointment. We recommend Vitamin A & D. Avoid using too much, only a small amount is needed. Do this for the next few days, applying ointment when needed.
Will my tattoo scab?
Everyone heals differently, but it is more than likely that the tattoo will scab and flake a small amount. Avoid picking or scratching, this can damage your tattoo.
Will my tattoo fade?
There is always the chance that a tattoo will fade over time, but with proper care, you can help to prevent this from happening as much and keep your tattoo looking beautiful for years to come.
Why does the color not seem as bright and the black not as dark after it's healed?
When you get tattooed the ink is in two different layers of the skin, the epidermis, and dermis (epidermis is on the surface and the dermis is located deep within the skin). When you first have your tattoo done you are seeing the ink in both layers of the skin. As is heals the top layer of skin will be replaced with new fresh skin. This means that once the tattoo is healed you are seeing the ink through a layer of skin.
Do you do piercings?
Yes, we do a wide variety of piercings. Contact the shop with any questions about piercings offered.
Do you sell body jewelry?
Yes, we offer a large selection of body jewelry and accessories.
Do you do cover ups or rework old tattoos?
Yes, we do both. This will be something you will need to speak directly to an artist about. Please schedule a consultation if you are requiring a cover up or rework of a tattoo.
Do you do ultraviolet tattoos or tattoo in just white ink?
No, we do not do ultraviolet tattoos. We do not do all white tattoos either, as they do not usually stay looking bold after they heal. We take pride in our work and want your tattoo to look as best it can for as long as possible.
Do you take walk-ins?
Yes, we do take walk-ins, but cannot guarantee that there will be an artist free. Walk-ins are taken when the artist has free time and space available. If there isn't an artist to take you then and there, you can always book an appointment for a later time.
What is the shop telephone number?
The telephone number is:
What are the hours of the shop?
The shop hours are as listed.
Monday : 12pm - 9pm
Tuesday : 12pm - 9pm
Wednesday : 12pm - 9pm
Thursday : 12pm - 9pm
Friday : 12pm - 9pm
Saturday : 11am - 10pm
Sunday : 12pm - 9pm
Do you allow children in the shop?
Yes, children are permitted to be in the waiting area but cannot be in the artist stations/piercing room (unless getting ears pierced).
Do you have social media?
Yes, you can find us on the links listed.
Is the shop wheelchair accessible?
Yes, we have a room located on the first floor that is used for anyone who is unable to go upstairs to the artist stations.