HOW DO I BOOK AN APPOINTMENT?
Bookings can be made by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org or by clicking the 'Book' button on the top right hand corner of this page. Please send a detailed email including; design idea, photo reference and your preferred dates to schedule. This will enable us to process your request quickly.
HOW OLD DO I NEED TO BE?
You must be 18 years of age. A valid drivers license must be present on the day. No exceptions.
HOW MUCH DOES A TATTOO COST?
All Tattoos start from $120. The final price is dependent on the detail of the design, location on the body and size.
WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT ARE ACCEPTED?
HOW CAN I GET A PRICE QUOTE?
The best way to get an accurate price quote is by sending (email@example.com) a detailed email or by clicking the 'Book' on the top right hand corner of this page. In order for us to quote you we will consider the size, placement, design time etc..
DOES IT HURT?
Yes! A little! we promise we will take very good care of you. We also have Numbing Cream options - ask at the time of booking.
HOW SHOULD I PREPARE FOR MY TATTOO?
We recommend that you eat really well before you come in and stay hydrated. If you start feeling woozy - have some sugar! It is best not to drink alcohol before because alcohol can increase bleeding. It would also be ideal to have the area 'hair free' the day before your appointment.
HOW LONG DOES A TATTOO TAKE TO HEAL?
It takes two weeks for the tattoo to 'heal'. However it takes months for the skin to completely recover.
HOW DO I CARE FOR MY TATTOO?
Every shop has their own recommended care methods. We recommend that you:
1. Remove covering bandage when you get home from your appointment
2. Wash the tattoo with warm soapy water
3. Apply a layer of Bepanthen or Tattoo care cream
4. Do not cover - let the tattoo heal in the natural air (unless you are going to be outdoors)
5. Continue to wash and moisturise your tattoo twice daily for 2 weeks
6. If your tattoo becomes itchy or scabby - do not itch! this is a normal part of the process
7. Avoid the sun, chlorine, salt water and soaking the tattoo