Your Appointment

 

Before you can make an appointment for a tattoo, you will need to visit he studio for an initial consultation. You can email or phone to arrange this. We offer a bespoke design service on an appointment basis ........ a 'walk in' option is not available. A deposit will be required before a confirmed booking can be made in the diary.

Do not turn up to your appointment under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Drinking and taking drugs before getting a tattoo will thin out your blood and makes it harder for colour to go into the skin and stay in the skin. It may also make you more difficult to deal with. If you appear to be intoxicated we will not tattoo you!

Please maintain personal hygiene and physical decorum. Ensure that the area to be tattooed is shaved as required and hair free.

Please do not bring your children with you to your appointment. Tattoo studios are not a place for children - there are too many hazards for children to be exposed to. It is an adult environment and children can be very distracting to you and your tattoo artist.

Please do not ask friends/family to accompany you while receiving your tattoo. Whilst we appreciate that some people require moral support, we do not allow anyone into the treatment area other than the recipient and we do not have a waiting room facility.

We recommend that you wear old clothes on the day of your tattoo as we cannot be held responsible for any damaged clothing through ink spillages.

Please make sure that you have something to eat prior to your appointment. On long sittings it is wise to being something to eat and drink with you.


Absolutely no one under the age of 18 will be tattooed. It is illegal in the UK for us to tattoo anyone under 18, whether they have parental consent or not! If you look underage you will be asked to provide photographic identification. If you are not 18, you WILL NOT be tattooed!

 

Tattooing of Minors Act 1969: It shall be an offence to tattoo a person under the age of eighteen except when the tattoo is performed for medical reasons by a duly qualified medical practioner or by a person working under his direction, but it shall be a defence for a person charged to show that at the time the tattoo was performed he had reasonable cause to believe that the person tattooed was of or over the age of eighteen and did in fact so believe.