Please refer to our pricing list for hourly costs.
The shop minimum for a small tattoos is $100. This costs is to cover our expenses for the set up, sterilization of instruments, as well as our artists time.
Our hourly rate is $200 per hour.
For small tattoos that take less than 2 hours we’ll give you a set price.
All day bookings are $1200 and go from 11-6
All bookings require a cash deposit of $100. This deposit is non-refundable and will go towards the final cost of your tattoo upon completion.
For an all-day Booking a $ 400 deposit is required
All deposits are non-refundable.
If we have already started working on your design you may have to pay a new deposit for us to start drawing a different design for you.
If you need to rebook your appointment you need to call the studio or come in person,
messaging the shop or emailing is not a valid form of notice as we can’t guarantee we will see your message in time.
To change your appointment, we require 48 hours’ notice or you will lose your deposit.
For all-day cancellations we require 5 days notice
We have no problem doing hand and neck tattoos for you as long as you already have visible tattoos in other places on your body. The skin on your neck and hands is more exposed to the sun than the rest of your body. For this reason hand and neck tattoos might require a small touch-up session because of the delicate placement. This is not a free touch up.
This is a bit of a touchy subject (pun intended), so here goes. On small tattoos where a fixed price has been given you’re entitled to a free touch up of your tattoo. If it should be required (note with proper aftercare you shouldn’t need a touch up), this touch up session must be redeemed no later than 1 month after your initial session.
Free Touch ups do not apply to the following areas of the body:
There is no such thing as touch ups on sleeves and larger work. This is considered ongoing tattoo work.
We recommend that you follow all the steps outlined in our tattoo aftercare page while your tattoo is healing.
Even after your tattoo has fully healed we recommend that you use sunscreen with SPF 50 every time you're exposing your tattoo to the sun. This will prevent your tattoo from fading over time.
Do not use sunscreen on your tattoo while it’s healing. Most sunscreen has zinc in it, which can be dangerous to get into your blood.