Our booking team is waiting to talk with you! If you fill out this form, you’ll be able to get in touch with them!
What if the request a tattoo form didn't submit?
If you filled out the “request a tattoo appointment” form and it didn’t submit, make sure to scroll back up to see if you missed any required fields. If you are still having issues, you can always email our booking team directly at email@example.com!
How much does a tattoo cost?
There is no set price for any type of tattoo. Many factors, including, size, placement, and detail go into the pricing of a tattoo. If you fill out our tattoo appointment request form, we will be happy to discuss your tattoo ideas and be able to give you a quote!
Do you take walk-ins for tattoos?
We absolutely do! Walk-ins are welcome at both our 2520 Summit St. and 1980 N. High St. locations! We recommend coming in as early as you can though as our artists do tend to be very busy. If you want to check our availability before coming in, feel free to chat with us on our site or call our studio at 614-421-4444.
I'm getting my first tattoo, what should I know about the process?
We are honored you’ve chosen us to do your first tattoo! We pride ourselves on making our clients as comfortable as possible, so if you are nervous about anything feel free to reach out to us!
We do recommend making an appointment, and it can also be helpful to schedule an in-person consultation if you have any additional questions or concerns before getting tattooed. . You can use this form to get in touch with our booking team. After filling out the form, our team will reach out to you to discuss your design, help match you up with the perfect artist (if you don’t know who you would like to do your tattoo), and get you set up with either an appointment or consultation.
Each tattoo is different, but we’ll give you some ideas of what to expect at your visit!
Where can I find my aftercare instructions?
In your receipt email, there is a link to our aftercare. You can also find it here!
I have some concerns about how my tattoo is healing. What should I do?
We are here for you throughout the entire process of your tattoo! You can always reach out to your artist over social media or email. If you aren’t able to get a hold of your artist, feel free to contact our booking team by emailing your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the studio at 614-421-4444 between 12-8 PM seven days a week.
How long do I need to wait before tanning after getting a tattoo?
We recommend waiting at least one to two months, depending on how well your tattoo is healing! One option is to cover your tattoo completely with a white bandage while you are tanning so it’s protected from those harmful rays. Tanning can fade your tattoo very quickly so we suggest using a high SPF sunblock when out in the sun to keep your tattoos looking bright and fresh!
How long do I need to wait to go swimming after getting a tattoo?
We recommend waiting at least a month after a new tattoo before you get back in the pool or hit the beach. Chemicals, bacteria, and sand could all be a threat to your new tattoo. If you can’t avoid the water, we suggest using a waterproof patch to cover your new tattoo.
Do you use vegan inks?
We do use a variety of vegan products in our studio (including ink). Most major pigment manufacturers are already vegan. However, each of our artists uses different products to tattoo with so you’ll want to make sure you discuss this with them before your appointment.
Do you tattoo minors?
Each of our artists have their own preferences regarding whether they accept clients under the age of eighteen. Typically, we prefer to wait until our clients are at least 16 years old before tattooing them. Because minors are still growing, tattoos can distort over time as the skin stretches from growth. This is just one of the many reasons we prefer to wait. However, we do occasionally make exceptions to this. We often prefer to schedule an in-person consultation first to discuss the details of tattoos for minors. To get in touch with us, fill out this form and a member of our booking team will reach out to you and answer all of your questions!
I got a tattoo a few days ago and now it looks scabby and is flaking. Is this normal?
Yes, scabbing is a natural part of the healing process and it’s best to let the scabs fall off on their own, so don’t pick or scratch and you’ll be just fine!
Can I get a UV reactive/blacklight/neon tattoo?
We do NOT use UV reactive or blacklight ink. Through our research, we have not been able to find a pigment based ‘ink’ that will effectively heal and stay in the skin. Due to the unknown nature of the ingredient(s) used to create the “glow in the dark” or neon effects, we will not risk our clients’ health to unproven guesswork. While the FDA has approved UV reactive ink for use in fishing and agricultural industries, they have NOT deemed it safe for internal use for humans. There are no reliable studies done on the long-term safety of using these inks for human consumption.
Do you tattoo diabetics?
Our artists will tattoo diabetic clients. We always recommend speaking with your doctors about the risks associated. The main issue is control. If you are in control of your sugar levels, then there is less risk of this being an issue. You’ll definitely want to discuss your condition with your tattoo artist beforehand. It may also be a good idea to bring a snack with you in case you start to feel lightheaded. After you speak with your doctor, you can use the following form to get in touch with our booking team. If you have any other questions about getting tattooed, feel free to contact our booking team by filling out this form!
Do any of your artists do tattoos with cremation ashes?
We would love to help you create the perfect memorial tattoo. However, none of our artists use ink made with cremains or with any other outside substances added to it. If you fill out the following form, that will get you in touch with a member of our booking team. They’ll be able to answer all of your questions, match you up with the perfect artist, and get you set up with an appointment or consultation.