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Getting a Tattoo or Piercing can be messy at times. Please make sure you're dressed accordingly. We're not responsible for damaged items.
BLOOD and INK are hard/impossible to get out of clothes!
We accept most forms of payment.
Due to rising business costs, we have instituted a 4% increase on all goods and services.
In which customers paying cash can save the 4% at checkout. All listed and quoted prices are the cash discounted prices! Pay in cash and take advantage of the discounted prices.
This program is designed as an incentive for cash use. It is a in-kind incentive in compliance with Durbin Amendment, Section 1075 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010.
Yes, People 17 and younger are prohibited from receiving a body piercing unless prior consent is granted by the person’s parent or legal guardian. In addition, the parent or legal guardian of a person 17 and younger must be physically present at the time of the procedure and show evidence they are the parent or legal guardian of the person receiving the body piercing. Birth-certificate of minor accompanied with Legal guardians Identification (state issued drivers license or ID or a valid passport). The names must match the forms provided or you can bring in additional legal documentation to show the name change or guardianship.
A person getting a tattoo must be at least 18 years of age. Section 146.012 of the Texas Health and Safety Code states a tattoo artist cannot tattoo any person under 18 years old, or any person suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs. People 17 and younger are prohibited from receiving a tattoo unless the tattoo will cover an existing tattoo that contains obscene, gang-related, drug-related or other offensive language or symbols that a parent or legal guardian determines to be in the best interest of the person to cover.
This is a Full Body Piercing Studio Please Call for pricing and availability.
Tipping is a really nice gesture. But, there are no real solid ground rules for tipping. The artist is providing a service like you would receive from a waitress/waiter, hairstylist, or nail tech. So we recommend to follow the same suggestions.
Pain is really relative. Everyone has different tolerance for pain. We're not going to kid you, though - it does hurt. Just not that much. Some have compared it to a "hot scratching feeling." But, people would not be returning again and again for tattoo after tattoo if it hurt that bad. Most of us are not into pain, but the beauty of the tattoo and the pride associated with wearing it far outweighs a little pin-stick here and there.
When it comes to tattoos, you get what you pay for. Yes, there are plenty of people tattooing out there that will charge very little. But, look for quality, and be willing to pay for it. Never haggle over the price of a tattoo. It is disrespectful to the artist. Think of it this way: This is a piece of art you'll wear for life.
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