We will NOT tattoo anyone under the age of 18 for any reason! It is against the law in the state of NH and against the morals of any reputable artist. Remember, tattoos last a lifetime.
Healing Your Tattoo
A couple hours after getting your new tattoo, remove the plastic wrap and gently
wash your tattoo with HOT (turn water temp up slowly) water and antibacterial soap.
Rinse with HOT water for 10 minutes. Gently pat dry and apply a very very small
amount of Aquaphor leaving no sticky layer, then reapply new plastic wrap. Keep tattoo
wrapped for the first 3-
How Much Does a Tattoo Cost?
Tattoos are charged by the hour. When it comes to tattoos you usually get what you
pay for. That’s not to say that the more money someone wants to charge you the better
your tattoo will be. Look for quality first and be willing to pay for it. A respectable
artist is not going to haggle over price and asking them to do so is disrespectful.
These are tattoos, not second-
Should I Tip My Artist?
There are no set ground rules for tipping in this industry, but tips are a nice gesture and are always greatly appreciated (but never required). Artists have families to feed like anyone else.
Can I Bring In A Picture of What I Want?
Reference photos are often helpful and we encourage you to bring them to us when
scheduling or meeting for a consultation. After discussing with you what you desire
in a tattoo we can draw a custom piece of artwork that we feel will satisfy your
needs and will flow well with your body and the placement you have chosen. Keep an
open mind and remember that a great piece of art doesn’t always translate into a
great tattoo, it is a unique form of expression. We are going to do our best to come
up with a one-
Should I Get Tattooed If I’m Sick?
If your immune system isn’t 100% when you get your tattoo it can affect the healing process. You may also put your artist and other at the studio at risk of illness. It’s much better to reschedule your appointment if you’re not feeling well.
How Should I Prepare For My Tattoo?
Sleep well the night before. Eat a good breakfast and don’t skip any meals because
you’re nervous. It’s important that you’re well nourished when you come for you appointment
so you don’t get light-