Getting Tattooed

SMALLER PROJECTS:

Smaller tattoos can often be finished in one session. After estimating the time required for a single-session project, we add a bit of extra time to the appointment to keep your experience from feeling rushed.

Tattoos that take more than two hours are charged the hourly rate (see below). If we expect your design to take less than two hours, we will quote a price range at your consultation. The minimum charge is $200.

 

LARGER PROJECTS:

Tattoo appointments for larger projects are usually booked in multiple sessions. For multi-session work, we charge an hourly rate between $190 and $200, depending on the artist.

You will be charged for the portion of the appointment spent tattooing you, not for the amount of hours booked. The average amount of time allotted for an appointment is four hours. During a four-hour session, you should expect to get tattooed for approximately three hours.

Although we understand that occasional unforeseen scheduling conflicts may arise, we expect you to be present for the amount of time you have reserved on our schedule. To avoid loss of deposit, we ask that you give us a minimum of 48 hours notice to cancel or reschedule an appointment. Arriving late for your appointment or leaving early may result in a loss of some or all of your deposit.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION:

We use non-latex gloves.

Tattoos typically take about two weeks to fully heal.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Apple Pay, and cash.

Please do not bring a companion to your appointment; we cannot accommodate guests.

Please do not wear cologne, body spray, body oil, scented lotion, or any other fragrance products when you visit the shop. Susan is allergic or sensitive to almost all of it. We truly appreciate your cooperation.

We have put together a PDF that explains how to prepare for your tattoo appointment and what is involved in caring for a healing tattoo. You can view or download it here.

These are just the basics. If you have further questions, they are probably answered here.