Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to make an appointment to get tattooed?

It’s always best to call us first to make sure that we have availability. If we have time available, we’re more than happy to get you in for a tattoo. Our Fridays and Saturdays fill up the fastest, so if you’re able to book an appointment it is best. We will try our best to get you in!

What are your prices for tattoos?

Our prices are mainly based on the tattoo. How long it takes, how complicated, whether there is color, or just black and gray are all important factors. We can’t give a definite price until the tattoo is drawn up. It is best to come in and talk to your artist, or call us so we can try to help you with the price information.


It is best if you give your reference to the artist prior to your tattoo. This can be done in person, or you can email us the information at We also prefer printouts of the reference instead of having it on your phone at the time of your appointment. It’s easier to customize the tattoo for you if we have an actual printout.

Reference that is your personal artwork that you want tattooed: we will try our best to stick to the original, but we do at times have to make changes for it to work on your skin. Paper is much different than your skin. It’s not flat and is a living thing, so try to trust your artist. They are the most qualified to know what will work best when it comes to your tattoo.

Should I tip the artist?

It is completely up to you, but it is appreciated!

Is it okay to go tanning, or be in the sun?

You should avoid sun exposure for 2 weeks. After that you should always wear a higher SPF sunscreen.

Is it okay to go swimming?

If you are taking care of your tattoo the traditional way with the directions that we give you, you should avoid going swimming until the tattoo is completely healed. We do offer Tatu Derm which is a clear bandage that you leave on for 5 days which would allow you to swim with your fresh tattoo.

Method of Payment?

We accept cash and credit cards.

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