The first step in getting a good tattoo is always knowing what you want.
Many of our customers come to us knowing they want ink, but not knowing what, or where, they want it. That's ok. We have decades of experience and while we want your business, we will always give you our honest opinion on what will work for you, your body type, skin tone, style of art, and so on.
Our primary objective is to create a piece of art that you love and are proud to display now and for the rest of your life. We're here to talk to you and help you discover what that is when necessary.
We start every piece with a artist consultation where we will talk through the entire process with you, provide you a cost
and discuss timing.
Appointments cannot be made via email or social media. Please call to check availability. In person consultations are required for some work. Deposit required for first time clients.
Taking care of your tattoo is easy but extremely important.
Remove bandage in 2-4 hours, wash gently using clean hands and hot soapy water, pat dry and allow to air until next morning. Monitor for seepage and use a clean paper towel if necessary to gently remove. Starting the day after, apply a good quality healing lotion such as Aveeno or Lubriderm 2-3 times daily until healed, usually 1-2 weeks. Avoid too much water by taking quick showers the first week or so
DO NOT SOAK IN WATER FOR ANY REASON.
DO NOT sunburn, scratch or pick at any scabbing.
Contact us to schedule your
The first thing to do is call us. 614.488.1300.
Our shop manager Snigg will talk to you about what you are looking to do, look at timing and cost, and pair you with the right artist for your piece. If you are interested in having one of our specific custom tattooers do your work, just let us know.
Once your initial consultation is set-up, you'll come in and meet with you artists. By the end of that session, you'll know cost, timing and be ready to get inked!
We are more than happy to give you guidance and direction on what will work best for you if you ask. Every person is different and your skin tone and body type will be a relevant in what style, color, and type of tattoo will look best and age well.