Does getting a tattoo hurt?
Tattooing involves repeatedly piercing your skin’s top layer with a sharp needle covered with pigment. So getting a tattoo is generally always painful, though people may experience different levels of pain.

How much does a tattoo cost?
Every Tattoo is different, so pricing will vary based on the size and detail. Call in and describe your Tattoo design and we can give you an idea from there. A non-refundable deposit will be required to secure your appointment and for the artist’s time to plan and draw up your design.

Should I Tip My Tattoo Artist?
Tipping is a really nice gesture. There are no real solid ground rules for tipping, but always appreciated 😉

Is Tanning OK When You Have Tattoos?
It might be really tempting to get some rays during the summer months or hit up the tanning salon, but before you ruin your tattoo, please read about tattoos and tanning.

Is It OK to Get a Tattoo if I’m Sick (COVID)?
Getting a tattoo when your immune system isn’t at 100% isn’t a good idea. You’re going to need your strength and your white blood cells to heal your tattoo, something your body won’t be able to do if it’s already doing battle against virus and bacteria. Not to mention the fact that it’s very inconsiderate to bring your illness into the tattoo studio and risk passing the germs onto others, particularly your artist. If you have an appointment, call and reschedule for when you’re feeling well again. Masks are always encouraged even with no illness since you will be in close proximity with the artist.

What piercings do you perform and how much does this cost?
Our Piercers can perform:
Basic piercings (eyebrow, nose, lip, tongue, and navel), Ear lobes, Conch, Cartilage, Tragus, Triple helix, Genitals, Nipples, Medusa, Gauges, Snake bites, Septum, Industrial.
If you do not see a piercing listed that you are interested in, then please call the shop and chat with the piercer. Always best to call for pricing as occasionally we will have specials.

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If you have any other questions that we haven’t answered here, please feel free to contact us.