Frequently asked questions

Each artist has thier own pricing structure, so we don't have an exact number to give you for the entire studio. What we can say though is that we have competitive rates, especially for the above standard work that we do.

Each artist here operates their own schedules and it's an ever-changing process for booking new or existing clients. Your best bet is to reach out to your artist and ask them about future availability.

Some of the artists here do but it's all schedule permitting though. If you have a clear vision of what you want, where you want it, and happen to be the area then stop in and let's see what today brings for both of us.

Short Answer: Yes.

Getting a tattoo can be painful, but the level of discomfort can vary depending on several factors, such as the size, location, and style of the tattoo, as well as the individual's pain tolerance.

Typically, tattoos on sensitive areas, such as the inner wrist, ribcage, and spine, tend to be more painful, while tattoos on fleshier areas, such as the thighs or upper arm, tend to be less so.

We can but there's many factors involved with a successful coverup. Please contact your favorite artist with your coverup idea and let's find a design that'll be right for you.

First, please be upfront and honest about any of your existing medical conditions with your artist. On our end, we do our best to take safety precautions to deliver a safe experience to our clients.

Tattooing is considered to be a generally safe practice when performed by a licensed and trained professional using proper equipment and techniques. However, like any medical procedure, there is a risk of potential complications and side effects.

Please refer to your artist for any question or concerns.

Tips are always welcomed but never required.

If you choose to tip, the standard cash tip for a tattoo artist varies and is largely based on personal preference and satisfaction with the artist's work. A typical range for a cash tip is 15-25% of the total cost of the tattoo, similar to the standard tip for other service-based industries. However, it is ultimately up to the individual to determine an appropriate amount to tip based on their level of satisfaction with the artist's work and service.

It's also important to keep in mind that tipping is a personal and discretionary choice, and there is no set amount or expectation for a tip. The most important thing is to show your appreciation for the artist's work and expertise.

Inflammation: Tattoo pigments can trigger an immune response that results in swelling, redness, and itching. This is a normal part of the healing process, but in some cases, it can result in an infection.

Granulomas: These are small knots or lumps that can form around tattoo pigments. They are often the result of an immune response to foreign particles, such as tattoo ink.

Allergic reactions: Some people may experience an allergic reaction to the tattoo pigments, which can result in itching, swelling, and redness.

Phototoxicity: Some tattoo pigments, such as those containing titanium dioxide, can cause skin irritation and sensitivity to sunlight.

Toxicity: Some tattoo pigments have been found to contain potentially toxic substances, such as heavy metals, that can be harmful to the body.