Aftercare guidelines for tattooing are given directly to every client. To review these, click on the aftercare link above.
If you have any more FAQs about tattoos, do not hesitate to contact us!

Our artists can usually cover up or fix most tattoos—even really bad ones or those ones you don’t like anymore so you would never even know they were there. We are always honest though. If our artists don’t think it can be successfully covered they will let you know and work with you on what options you do have so you will ultimately be happy. We are a really good group of artists who take tremendous pride in our work and art. Be assured that the artwork on your body is a reflection on us – meaning your satisfaction is very important!

You must be 18 years or older for a tattoo. If you are a minor, tattoos only may be done with the written, notarized consent of the parent or legal guardian due to local health rules and regulations. For any tattoo, you must present a valid driver’s license or photo ID which by law must be photocopied. You must also read and sign a waiver/consent form.

Yes, the tattoo you choose will be on your skin permanently, so we want to be sure you are totally happy with the result. Bring anything you think might help our artists to capture exactly what you’re looking for. We also have plenty of reference books and original ideas. No matter whether you know exactly what you have in mind or you don’t have a clue, we will always work with you to create a custom artwork that you will love forever.

Yes, getting a tattoo is perfectly safe for most people, as long as your artist and the studio follow all recommended safety precautions and state’s health codes and
laws on tattooing.

We comply with the statutory requirements for tattoo establishments and tattoo artists of the State of Florida. Our body artists comply with local health department rules and regulations. We use disposable items that can be used on a single client and then thrown away afterward.

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