A: Of course it does. Some people think that the outline hurts the most. Others feel like the color or shading does. Generally people describe the pain as a bee sting or a hot cat scratch. If you want it bad enough you will take it.
Frequently Asked Questions
A: Price will be determined by your artist. Time, detail, placement and how well you sit still will factor in.
A: A portfolio of their work. Your decision should be based on your appreciation for the artist style.
A clean studio and workspace. A technician or artist that follows UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS.
A LICENSED ARTIST / TECHNICIAN NOT AN APPRENTICE!!! Unless you have been made aware of that and that you agree to allow it.
A: Most people do great. Sit still, relax and remember to breathe. Make sure you have eaten and let us know if you have a history of fainting or any allergies.
The items that we use are A&D ointment, medical tape, rubbing alcohol, and pigments. Be sure to tell your artist ahead of time if you are pregnant, aware of any allergies, or taking blood thinners.
A: We prefer you to make an appointment at least a few days ahead of time. Walk-ins are welcome and are done on a first-come, first-served basis. We are the busiest between the months of January – August. It is ALWAYS good to call ahead to set up an appointment or to see if you can be a walk-in. Appointments require a deposit to hold your spot and are NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE.
A: Ask us! If you already have an Idea, then give us a description. If you have a picture to work from, that helps a lot. If you don’t know what you would like, then ask the artist if they have anything they would like to do. There is no charge for custom drawings.
A: No, we’re strictly a tattoo shop.