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  • Does it hurt?
    Sometimes!! Certain areas on the body are more sensitive than others. Smaller tattoos are less painful because are pretty quick and easy. Largest tattoo are more uncomfortable. But believe me, you can handle it.
  • Titanium vs surgical steel - which one should you choose.
    Surgical Steel 316 L is less biocompatible, contains 8% nickel, heavy material. You cannot drill with different colors and models. Greater chance of giving allergies. Healing may be slower. Indicated for those who have great healing and for those who already have piercings.
  • What are the shop hours?
    From Tuesday to Saturday 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
  • Do you do touch ups? Do you touch up other artists work?
    Yes we do touch ups. If its a tattoo that was done at our shop the artist will touch up to 3 months after the initial tattoo appointment. Touching up a tattoo that was not done at our shop all depends on the situation and the tattoo.
  • How much does a tattoo cost?
    We have a shop minimum of $100. From there tattoo prices vary depending on detail, size, placement, color or black. Schedule a consultation for a quote. Consultations are free.
  • How do i choose a tattoo design?
    We advise you do some research, find images that you gravitate towards, save those and over time you will find that these images usually have a similar theme. If you find yourself liking lots of different things, no worries. After researching, the next step is to have a consultation. Working with your chosen artist is one of the most important parts of choosing a tattoo.Your tattoo artists might help you.
  • Keloid!? Know more about
    What is keloid? It happens due to the excessive growth of scar tissue - that is, collagen - which is the protein that contributes to the healing of the skin. It increases in size in weeks or months, and can be identified by the large thickness and red color and hardening. You may still experience pain and itching. This happens in cases of burns, piercing or injuries. For treatment we cannot recommend ointments, procedures, among other things. We always recommend that you see a doctor, as he will see what is the most appropriate treatment, some cases with only a surgical procedure. An important warning is not to do any procedure at home. Always look for a professional to be guided in the safest way. don't look for friends or Google.
  • Day of your appointment
    • It’s good to have a good meal prior to getting to the shop. Tattooing takes a lot out of your body and you’ll need the fuel. our shop provide free snacks as well. • You can bring a friend to support you but don’t bring your entire family or many people. Space is limited and a crowd tends to be disruptive, and it’s a health code violation. Our work space needs to be clear and calm. there are more customers sharing the tattoo shop in the same day of your appointment. we are a team of tattoo artists that work together. • Pets are not allowed. • You must be 18 to get a tattoo and tattoo shops are just not a place for minors. • Walk-ins are always Welcome, but depends of our availability in that day and time. Sometimes you have to wait. • For big projects we prefer appointments. We have more time to draw and think about your tattoo carefully. • Pricing – Our shop minimum is $100 and hourly rate depends of the each tattoo artist. Call for a consultation and ask for their price.
  • Granuloma
    Granuloma: the famous “red balls” that show up in your piercings. granuloma are small nodules that inflame and cause pain. They simply isolate bacteria and foreign bodies that our body was unable to put out! Popularly speaking are those small balls that appear in our piercing and that know a liquid, which looks like pus, but it is not. It is actually lymph, a clear liquid filled with healing cells. It happens due to several factors: poor quality jewelry, incorrect cleaning, friction, among other things. No fear, granuloma is treatable and you can do the treatment at home. But it is important to talk to your piercer before starting any treatment on your own. And one last important thing: do not confuse granuloma with keloid or hypertrophic scarring, which are totally different.
  • Should I do my piercing using “pistols”?
    These pistols are not sterilized, as they cannot suffer high temperatures, that is, pass through the autoclave or think - it is a very big risk, as there can be contamination and possible infection. Any type of procedure that involves blood or body fluids needs to be very careful. The earring can even be sterile, but this does not resolve if the pistol is contaminated! In addition, using this equipment, the tissue may suffer trauma due to the impact. The skin is impacted and there is no symmetry and angle. Always look for a professional and always get a safe drilling.
  • How should i prepare for my tattoo?
    We recommend that you eat a meal shortly before your appointment, and to drink plenty of water. It’s best not to come in after a hard night of partying. Alcohol can thin your blood and can prolong bleeding for up to a full day after your tattoo. Extra blood can tend to mix with our inks, which will affect the end appearance of your fully healed artwork.
  • How old do you need to be to get tattooed?
    You must be at least 18 years old. NO EXCEPTIONS . Please, remember to bring your valid state or federal ID. It is against California State Law to tattoo a minor even with parental consent.
  • Can any tattoo be covered up?
    Any tattoo can be covered up, although it may need to be faded with laser tattoo removal first. Even if you have a large, solid black tattoo, a good cover-up tattoo artist will work with you to create a strategy for covering it with a new design.
  • When should i not get tattooed?
    You should not get tattooed when you are: • Drunk • High • Pregnant • Pre-Surgery • Post-Surgery • If you don’t have an ID • Being pressured into it
  • How to get tattooed
    • Meet with tattooer – Schedule your consultation . Bring your reference(s). Discuss with your tattoo artist. They will draw something custom for you. All details regarding your tattoo will be discuss during the consultation such as , size, placement, color or black, etc. • Leave a Deposit – We require a deposit of $100 to start a project and to book an appointment to get tattooed that goes to the final price of your tattoo. Deposit is required for our time drawing, working in your project. 24 hour notice is required to reschedule or you will have to leave another deposit to re-book. All deposits are nonrefundable. • Show up to your appointment and do not be late.
  • About titanium: surgical
    Did you know that titanium is: biocompatible. Does not contain nickel. Lighter and more resistant. Can be used in perforations with different colors. Healing is faster. Suitable for those who have nickel allergies and for those who have never had a piercing or for bad healing
  • How to get my first piercing
    The first thing you need to decide is what spot would you like to get .Then choose the professional, this part you need to research about the professional, how he works, materials he uses. Number of followers does not mean much, but what people say about the work of the professional. Did you think about the spot and find the piercer? The time has come to pierce, note if the professional has an aseptic procedure, if everything is sterilized (even in an autoclave) if the jewelry is of good quality - we always recommend titanium for drilling - if it has also been sterilized. Done? Follow all the cleaning precautions that the piercer instructed. never ask friends or the famous google about care. any signs of inflammation seek professional advice. come back to the returns, they are very important to follow the evolution of healing and ensure that everything is fine! Did everything go right? It's time to think about your next piercing.
  • Is a deposit required to make an appointment?
    Yes. Every appointments made requires $100. It will then be deducted from the amount of your final session. the deposit is non-refundable an non-transferable.
  • Snake Eyes. A much sought-after piercing but very risky.
    Snake Eyes is a very dangerous piercing. The tongue consists of several muscles, but very roughly boils down to two. Therefore, when it cuts the tongue in the middle it has separate movements. When you drill horizontally, you lock both muscles, making some movements impossible, the more caliber veins tend to pass on the side of the tongue and there is a great risk of drilling them. The jewel touches the teeth all the time, removing enamel and while chewing or even talking, you risk biting the jewel and breaking your teeth too.
  • What forms of payment to does a tattoo?
    We accept credit, debit cards and cash.
  • Do you take walk-ins?
    Yes. Walk-ins are always Welcome.
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