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  1. Leave the Bandage On: Your artist has covered your tattoo with a sterile bandage. Leave this on for the first few hours or as instructed by your artist to protect the tattoo from bacteria.
  2. Wash Your Hands: Before touching your new tattoo, wash your hands thoroughly with mild, fragrance-free soap.
  3. Gently Cleanse the Tattoo: After removing the bandage, gently cleanse the tattooed area with lukewarm water and mild, fragrance-free soap. Use your fingertips or a soft, clean cloth.
  4. Pat Dry with a Clean Towel: Gently pat the tattoo dry with a clean, disposable paper towel. Avoid rubbing, as it may irritate the tattooed skin.
  5. Apply a Thin Layer of Ointment: Apply a thin layer of a recommended tattoo aftercare ointment or unscented, water-based lotion. Be sparing to avoid over-saturation.
  6. Keep it Moisturized: Moisturize the tattooed area 2-3 times a day, or as needed, to prevent excessive dryness. Choose a product without fragrances or additives.
  7. Avoid Sun Exposure: Protect your tattoo from direct sunlight and tanning beds during the healing process. UV rays can fade and damage the tattooed skin.
  8. Avoid Submerging in Water: For the first few weeks, avoid soaking your tattoo in pools, hot tubs, or baths. Quick showers are recommended.
  9. Resist Itching: Itching is a common part of the healing process. Do not scratch or pick at your tattoo. Gently pat or tap if itching occurs.
  10. Wear Loose Clothing: Opt for loose, breathable clothing to avoid friction and irritation on the tattooed area.
  11. Avoid Intense Physical Activity: Refrain from activities that cause excessive sweating or friction on the tattoo for the first few days.
  12. Attend Follow-Up Appointments: If your artist has scheduled a follow-up appointment, attend it as instructed for any necessary touch-ups or assessments.
  13. Stay Hydrated and Eat Well: Maintain a healthy diet and stay hydrated to support the body's natural healing process.
  14. Report Any Unusual Reactions: If you notice signs of infection (excessive redness, swelling, or discharge), contact your tattoo artist or a healthcare professional promptly.

All deposits are non-refundable. If you have to cancel your appointment, you must notify us at least 48 hours prior to scheduled appointment time, or your deposit will be forfeit. If this happens, and you would like to reschedule the appointment, a new deposit will be required.
If you fail to show up for your appointment, and you do not give us any notice, your deposit will be forfeit.
If you must cancel your appointment, and you notify us with more than 48 hour notice, your deposit will be transferred to the new appointment day.

Please fill out the submission form. When we received your request, we will reach out with possible appointment times, or to schedule a consultation with your artist.

Yes, you may bring a guest with you to the appointment. Bringing large groups is strongly discouraged. Having many onlookers in the procedure area is distracting to both the client and the artist. One guest at a time is recommended. Your artist may have personal preferences for how many people can be allowed into the procedure room at a time.
Bringing children under the age of 7 years is not recommended. All minors must be accompanied by an adult, and must be supervised at all times by an adult other than the person getting the tattoo. Our staff will not be responsible for supervising your children.

You must have a valid Drivers License/State ID. Feel free to also bring items to help keep you calm and distracted, like headphones or a book to read. You may bring a small pillow if needed. It is recommended to wear comfortable clothing, and layers, as it is common to become hot or cold during the procedure. Small snacks, and drinks with a closable lid are allowed.