Locals

If you are a local and would like to book an appointment the best thing to do is come down to the shop so we can talk face to face. Building a positive relationship with your tattoo artist is an important part of getting tattooed, and there’s no better way to do that then talking meeting each other. When you come into the shop to talk with your artist, remember to bring any references you may have. Please print out the references and bring them in. It is much easier for the artist to use a printed version of your reference verses looking at a small picture on a cell phone or laptop screen. The artist might be in the middle of another tattoo at the time you come in to talk to them…please be patient as you might have to wait a few minutes to talk to the artist. The tattoo they are working on at the time is the most important thing to them, but we promise we will give you the same amount of attention and respect when it's your turn.

Out-of-towners

If you are from out of town, the best thing to do is to book an appointment through our booking form. Once we receive your information, we will let your preferred artist know and you and the artist can start figuring out the exact details from there. We are very busy and sometimes we are not able to get back to our client’s emails right away. If you don’t hear from us right away, don’t get discouraged, we will get back to you as soon as we can!

Pricing/ Deposits

The shop charges $150/hr, no matter the size, detail, and location. If the tattoo you desire is large and is going to take multiple sittings, the hourly rate stays the same. All appointments will require a $100 non-refundable deposit, which will go towards the first session of your tattoo. 

Appointment Day

On the day of your appointment, be prepared to be at the shop for a while. Just because the appointment is set for 2 hrs, doesn’t mean your going be out of the shop in 2hrs. There is a considerable amount of time spent setting up, breaking down, and drawing which will happen before, during, and after your appointment.  Also, show up on time and eat… yes, its that simple! Don’t come to your appointment late, hungover, starving, or sick. Your body is going to be put through a lot! Be kind to yourself and your artist…come prepared and healthy.

After-Care

After-care is one of the most important parts of a great tattoo. You can get the greatest tattoo from the greatest tattoo artist, but if you don’t take care of your tattoo, it will look bad very quickly.  It’s very simple. Remove your bandage after 1-2 hrs of being tattooed, wash it gently in warm water, let it air dry for 5 minutes, then apply a very, very small amount of ointment (too much ointment will suffocate and hurt your tattoo).  Repeat these steps 2 times a day (when you wake up/go to bed) for two weeks.  Avoid direct sunlight if possible. Do not soak/submerge your tattoo in any water. Do not pick or scratch your tattoo!

Emergency

If there is a real problem or concern, you can contact our shop manager, Janell Neiman: (702)- 274- 8921, it’s the quickest way to get a hold of somebody.  Please make sure there is an actual, valid reason for calling for an emergency, as our shop manager is very busy and doesn’t have time for nonsense.