We have always been committed to providing you with the cleanest, safest body art experience possible.
When we are allowed to open by the county, we will be making some minor adjustments to our policies and procedures, much like the rest of the world.
Here's what you can expect in the future for your appointments.
Sadly, the days of being able to cruise down to the tattoo shop and see if they have time, are over. We need to keep the maximum occupancy down, so we have to limit that traffic. Sorry guys.
Book an appointment.
I'm afraid you won't be able to bring the posse to your appointment.
We are limiting the shop occupancy to 6 people.
1 client per artist, no more.
We know we have some clients who are package deals, we will make scheduling exceptions for you as needed. Don't worry. We got you.
Everybody wears a face cover.
If you don't have one, we'll give you one.
You'll be asked to wash and/or sanitize your hands when you get here. Then you can do your paperwork.We also have a nifty little bag for you to put your (potentially filthy) phone in during your tattoo procedure.
This will minimize germ and cootie transfer.
Social distancing guidelines are asking that we maintain 6 feet of space between us unless necessary. So we made sure our stations are spaced properly.
We have had digital payment options for you for some time now, but it seems like a good time to remind you. We accept all major credit/debit cards, Apple, Samsung, and Google Pay.
We got you covered if you aren't trying to touch dirty money.
I don't think anyone who's read this far is foolish enough to come to a tattoo or any other appointment if they were feeling ill, but just in case- I'll put this out there:
If you are sick, look sick, have been around someone who is sick or might be- you'll need to reschedule. We totally understand, your deposit will stand, and you will get a new appointment date.