When making a tattoo appointment we require a $50 deposit that is non refundable and is deducted from the price of your tattoo when you show up from your appointment. To pay your deposit we have 3 options:

- Drop off your deposit at the shop 
- Call us with your credit card info or online via paypal:

If you do not show up for your appointment, or if you cancel, you will not receive your deposit back. In order to apply the deposit to your tattoo for a canceled appointment we will need a 48 hour notice of the cancellation and you will need to reschedule at the time of your canceling your appointment.

We accept Cash, Visa, Master Card or Discover. 
We do not take checks. 
Most tattoos are priced by the piece that the artists will quote. However, our shop minimum is $75. 
If you would like to get a price on a tattoo we would be glad to help you either by email or stopping into the shop and getting a quote.


1. Remove bandage in 2-4 hours. Gently wash with warm water and antibacterial gold dial pump soap. Gently blot dry with a clean towel.
2. Apply recommended ointment to the tattoo. Usually 2-3 times daily. Do not overdo the moisturizer, if you smother the tat so it can't breath you can have healing problems.
3. For the most part if you wash and ointment the tat 2-3 times daily and keep it covered with clean loose clothing you will heal up fine.

- Never touch your tattoo with dirty hands
- You can wash the tat immediately after taking the bandage off, but don't soak it, no swimming , hot tubs or clorinated water of any kind.
- Keep away from pets, and pet areas
- Do not expose tattoo to direct sunlight for at least 2 weeks, after that use a good sunblock, the more sun exposure on your tat the more the colors will fade.
- Your tat may scab during the healing process, this is normal. Do not pick or scratch the scabs off, this will pull out color, if it itches, slap it.
- If you're geting a tattoo where risk of cross contamination is a high probability(like a foot, ankle, wrist, hand, etc.) we recommend using a triple antibiotic as an aftercare ointment. You still put it on lightly, like lotion and rub it in. 
- You need to be careful what you come in contact with, especially the first few days, until scabbing starts. 
- Your tat is an open wound and needs to be treated like one, whatever will infect an open wound will infect your tattoo. 
- Watch for areas of the tat that don't want to scab up. If an area wants to stay moist, juicy and possibly looks discolored with yellow and green ooze, you probably have an infection setting in.
- If anything looks like it should be a concern check with your tattoo artist.