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Tattoos FAQs

tattoos faqs

getting Tattoos? You Probably have some Questions

If you are considering getting any tattoos, you may have some questions in your mind. Tattoos have become increasingly popular in recent years, and with this rise in popularity comes a plethora of information, opinions, and concerns.

Whether you are a tattoo enthusiast or a first-timer, navigating through the tattoo world can be overwhelming. That’s why we have compiled this FAQ guide to provide you with all the essential information you need before getting inked.

Additionally, we understand that you may have concerns about the tattooing process itself. Questions about pain, tattoo aftercare, and potential risks are common, especially for first-time tattoo recipients. In this FAQ guide, we will address these concerns and provide you with tips and advice to ensure a smooth tattooing experience. So, if you’re ready to get consultation, simply click on the button below.

Tattoos FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions

Hey there! If you’re planning on getting any tattoos, you’ll need to bring along a valid, state-issued ID that shows you’re 18 or older. It’s a legal requirement in most states, and we appreciate your understanding. Oh, and don’t forget to fill out a release form each time you come in for a tattoo. Thanks!

Absolutely NOT! Sorry, but if you’re under 18, we can’t tattoo you even with parental consent. We recommend you to wait until you’re 18 with a valid ID. SORRY BUT NO EXCEPTIONS. You will have to wait.

The time it takes to complete a tattoo varies depending on several factors. Your best bet is to ask your artist for an accurate estimate. They’ll be able to give you a better idea of how much time you need to set aside for your tattoo.

Well, it all depends on a few factors like size, location, level of detail, color or black and grey, and the time it takes to complete. Our rates are around $150 per hour, depending on the style and complexity of your tattoo. There could be also less but we need to see what are you trying to get done. Keep in mind that each artist sets their own prices. We price tattoos too by a flat price for the piece according to the size and placement. But don’t worry, we can give you a rough estimate during your consultation. Remember, you get what you pay for in tattooing!

If you’re a new client, planning to get any tattoos, or at any other place, please make sure to always bring a government-issued photo ID (like a license or passport) to your consultation. Also, feel free to bring any reference material that might help your artist. On the day of your tattoo appointment, bring anything your artist requested during your consultation. And hey, if you want to bring some headphones, a tablet, a book, or even some snacks, go for it!

If you’re itching to get a tattoo but don’t know what you want, don’t worry! Take some time to browse tattoos online or check out our artist portfolios on our website. Even looking at things you enjoy can spark inspiration. It’s always helpful to have an idea in mind before your consultation, but our artists are here to help you brainstorm and create a custom design that you’ll love.

Absolutely! We welcome pictures of tattoos or images that you like. It gives our artists a direction to design a tattoo that matches your taste. Keep in mind that we won’t copy someone else’s exact tattoo (except for certain cases like logos or basic-font lettering). We’re artists after all, and we love creating unique tattoos just for you!

So, here’s the deal. Usually, your artist will show you the design when you arrive for your appointment. But if you really want to see the artwork before the big day, make sure to discuss it with your artist during the consultation. However, keep in mind that artists charge for their time spent tattooing, so getting the artwork beforehand may come with a fee. But don’t worry, your artist will usually allow some time during your session to make minor revisions to the design.

Getting ready for your tattoo appointment? Here are a few tips: make sure to eat a good meal a few hours beforehand, stay hydrated, and get plenty of rest in the days leading up to your appointment. Being physically and mentally prepared will help you sit better and have the best tattoo experience. If you’re feeling sick, it’s better to reschedule. And please, protect your skin from the sun because we can’t tattoo sunburned skin. Lastly, try to avoid heavy drinking before your appointment as it can affect how well you can sit during the session.

We love that you want to share your tattoo experience with friends or family, but we ask that you limit it to one extra person in the studio at a time. We need to focus on providing you with the best results, and having too many people around can be distracting. However, if you have special circumstances, feel free to contact your artist directly and see if we can accommodate an exception.

If you planning to get any tattoos, with us or any other place. We understand that you might want to bring your child to your tattoo appointment, but we have a strict policy against it. Tattoo shops can have imagery and conversations that may not be suitable for children. Plus, even the most well-behaved kids can be distracting for both you and your artist. Also there is bloodborne and sharp instruments been use in the working place so we don’t considered a safe place for kids. So, it’s best to find a sitter or reschedule your appointment if needed. Safety is our priority, and we don’t consider our working environment to be safe for kids.

Budget a bit tight? No problem, just let us know. We can make some changes to the design that might help meet your budget. However, keep in mind that haggling for a lower price for the same design is generally considered impolite. We know the value of our work, and we price it fairly and accordingly. So don’t worry, if don’t worry if you looking to get any tattoos, get in touch and let’s see if we can help.

We may be available to help, but we will need an in person meeting to see if is something we can do! If you have a tattoo that you’re not loving anymore, we’d be stoked to help you turn it into something you’re absolutely thrilled about. Just reach out to us directly to discuss and plan out the rework, fixing or cover-up process.

If you’re feeling under the weather, please (pretty please) stay home. Our artists value their health and the health of their families, so we don’t want to be in close contact with anyone who’s sick for hours at a time. If you’re unwell, we’ll reschedule your appointment and give you priority in our schedule to get you in as soon as possible once you’re feeling better. Please note that our artists have the right to cancel your appointment on the spot if you show up visibly unwell.

Yes, we provide free touch-ups on tattoos that we did. Touch-ups will, of course, be an extra little price after 6 months or if you do not properly care for the tattoo. Also, if you have a tattoo done by another artist that needs to be touched up, you will be charged accordingly because it was not done by us.

Pain tolerance varies from person to person, but generally, yes, getting a tattoo can be painful. However, the pain is manageable, and some areas are more sensitive than others. We highly recommend applying a numbing product to these areas and letting it set before coming in for your appointment. You can purchase Hush Anesthetic Gel and there is also well know brands we will cover at or tattoo artist blog.

If we miss any questions and your are trying to get any tattoos, please make sure to contact us, or call us at 305-873-0028. We will happy to help you! Also make sure to check our work in social media, and don’t forget to follow us.

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