Frequently Asked Questions

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“How do I book an appointment?”

The homepage will say the months that are looking to be booked. Stay tuned to Instagram as well to hear announcements on guest spots and month to month book openings!

“What if I don’t know exactly what I want?”

Well in that case, it sounds like you need a consultation! Consultations are free, and they help me understand your idea better. We will sit down, discuss the meaning and details of your tattoo, research references and tattoo styles together, work on some rough sketches, collaborate on both sides, refine your idea, and let me know your vision and desires. As you tell me your side, I will also give you my recommendations on sizing, placement, content, and etc. based on your body, skin type, and your budget! If you like what we think up, you would put down a deposit, give me a few days or weeks to make your design.

“Does the deposit go towards the cost of the tattoo?”

Yes – the nonrefundable deposit will go towards the final cost of the tattoo at the final appointment, as long as no appointments are missed, cancelled, or rescheduled on short notice.

”Are deposits refundable?”

Deposits are nonrefundable and nontransferable, but will go towards the final cost of the tattoo as long as no appointments are missed or cancelled.  If you need to reschedule your appointment, there will be no additional deposit required if you contact us at least 72 hours prior to your appointment time and you have not previously rescheduled the project.   If you miss your appointment, cancel, ask to reschedule on short notice or repeatedly reschedule your appointment, you will greatly inconvenience your artist and you will forfeit your nonrefundable deposit.  We respect and value your time, and we ask that you do the same for ours.

“I don’t like email - Can I stop by or call?”

We are an appointment-only studio. An appointment is required to enter the studio. When the artists are at the studio, they are typically either preparing for or working with a client - this means they are not able to take phone calls and are not available for walk-in consultations. Please be respectful of other clients and do not attempt to interrupt their session. To uphold excellent customer service, email is the preferred method of communication.  To request an appointment, please visit the online consultation page.