Can I get a quote for a design by phone or by email?
No, you will have to come into the studio for a quote.
How do you charge for tattoos?
We charge for tattoos by the piece and have a minimum charge of £50.00. We do a (half-day) session for £450.00, and we do an entire day session (7-hours) for £600.00.
How do I book an appointment?
You will need to visit our studio to make an appointment as you will need to leave a 50% deposit.
How long will my tattoo take to heal?
Healing varies with each individual but can take up to two weeks. We will give you an aftercare sheet when you leave the studio to care for your tattoo.
Do you tattoo on eyebrows?
Will my tattoo stretch when my body size changes from working out at the gym?
Your tattoo will grow with you, just like if you lost weight, your tattoo would shrink a little. However, you would need to gain or lose excessive weight to notice any difference.
What should I do before getting a tattoo?
Have something to eat and drink beforehand, wear suitable clothing or anything you don’t mind getting ink on.
How old do I have to be to get tattooed?
The current law in the UK for tattooing is strictly 18 years old. We will not tattoo anyone if they have parental consent or a parent present. As a requirement, we request a Photo ID and use consent forms for everyone we tattoo or pierce.
Can you cover tattoos?
To a certain degree, we can cover tattoos or alter the design depending on the tattoo.
Can you tattoo hands, necks or faces?
We will not tattoo your hands or neck if it is your first tattoo. We do NOT tattoo faces. In some circumstances, this can change if you’re a dedicated tattoo collector.
Can I get tattooed while pregnant?
No, we do not tattoo or pierce pregnant women as the trauma might also reflect on your baby’s health even if you are breastfeeding.
Can I bring a friend with me to get my tattoo?
Yes, you can; however, they will have to wait in the waiting area while getting your tattoo done.
Can I bring my children into the studio?
No, sorry – a tattoo studio is not the right environment for children, so it is best not to bring them.