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Q: How old do I have to be to get tattooed?
A:  Washington State law requires tattoo clientele to be age 18 years or older with valid                         
      identification. No exceptions.

Q: Do I have to have an appointment to get tattooed?
A:  Appointments are not required, walk-ins are accepted if there is an artist available. For larger tattoos,
      yes, we do recommend an appointment. We also recommend setting up a free consultation. A consultation
      can be set up by stopping by the shop, calling or emailing. An appointment date/time will be set up at
      your consultation. It is always a good idea to call ahead to make sure your artist is in.

Q: Do I need to leave a deposit for my appointment?
A:   Yes, a deposit of $50-$200 will be required to book an appointment. Deposits will be applied to the final
       sitting of your tattoo. Deposits cannot be taken over the phone. Deposits are non-refundable.

Q: How much do tattoos cost?
A:   Our hourly rate is $150/hour and we have an $80 minimum.

Q: Do you offer piercing services/jewelry at your shop?
A:   No, we do not. 

Q: Are there any recommendations for preparing for a tattoo appointment?
A:   Dress comfortably, bring a sweater/pants for if you get cold. Always eat and make sure              
      to be hydrated prior to your tattoo appointment. Bring snacks/water and a good movie along.
      DO NOT drink any alcohol or take any drugs before your tattoo (other than prescribed medication,
      please read the Consent Form carefully). If a client shows up to an appointment under the influence,
      they will be required to reschedule for another day.

Q: What kind of sterilization process do you follow?
A:   We use an autoclave, which is a pressure chamber used to sterilize equipment and supplies by               
       subjecting them to high pressure saturated steam. The autoclave test log is visibly posted. All needles
       are single use. We use Nitrile gloves, no Latex.

Q: What do you charge for commissioned paintings and art?
A:   Speak to the artist for pricing.