Important

You find the most important information here.
Better to read this first!

 

Better to Know

Want to know more?
You can find some valuable information here.

Tattoo Tips

Some tips may come handy.

Before Tattoo

Having a session tomorrow or soon?
Make sure you prepare well and arriving fresh as a daisy.

After Tattoo

Now you are over your “therapy”, it’s time to find out what to do and what not to do!

Pricing Information

You can find our pricing explained and our deals and offers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a licence and insurance?

Yes, all of our artists are licensed and registered therapist in the UK. We are also premises licence holders under insurance.

How does the booking work?

If you walk in to the studio and talk to someone there is a small chance you will get an immediate appointment, but we advise you to fill out the booking form online. We will get back to you in 2 – 3 days and everything will be discussed.

We take £50 deposit what will be deducted from the final price. 
This amount is also refundable in a form of Voucher Card, in addition it can be transferred to any person, not like our regular Vouchers.
Read more here 

Why do I have to pay deposit?

We do ask for £50 deposit to secure your appointment.
This amount will be taken off from the final price.
Deposits can be refunded in a form of Voucher Card or appointments can be rescheduled with a 4 days notice. Deposits can’t be transferred for use any other person.

For more information about the deposits, please read our Deposit Policies

Do I need an appointment?

Yes, usually you have to book an appointment as we are really busy and there is a small chance for us to be able to accept any walk-ins. Just click here if you wish to book an appointment. 

What to do after got tattooed?

Click here to read our tips and here to see our aftercare guidance.

How to get there?

We are located at the heart of London, under the wings of Angel. Closest tube line is Angel station, on the Northern Line. See on the map

How much is going to cost?

It is always hard to tell how much a tattoo is going to cost, especially if we are talking about something bigger, as it depends on multiple facts. The price of the tattoo usually depends on the timing, and timing depends on the complexity and size of the final design.
You can find some examples at our Gallery, with approx. timing details.
The process can be affected even by your skin type, to find some more information about that, check this great video.
In the meantime you can find our pricing explained 
here.

Do you make piercings?

Unfortunately not. For piercing we would recommend our friend Giuliana. See her Instagram here

Do you cover tattoos?

Covering an old tattoo is complicated work, so to do it perfectly, we require to come in for a personal consultation, there is no possibility to book straight for a tattooing session.

Book a free consultation here 

What about parking?

There is option for parking at Arlington Way, even front of our studio, but unfortunately it is not free.
There are charges on the following days and times: Mon – Fri 8:30 am – 6:30 pm and Saturdays 8:30 am – 1:30pm. 
Besides, the Congestion Charge applies in this area. Find more information about Congestion Charges on this link.

Do you make UV tattoos?

Unfortunately don’t. That is out of fashion, sorry. 😛

Pregnant. Can I have a tattoo?

No. There are several concerns about tattoos, so it’s probably best to wait until after delivery to get one.
Here are some things to consider:

– We don’t know how tattoo dyes and inks affect a developing baby. Small amounts of chemicals that might be harmless to an adult can have a much bigger impact on a tiny fetus.

– Most healthcare providers will administer an epidural if you have a tattoo on your lower back, but they may decide not to if the tattoo is recent and still fresh. There’s no clear evidence for or against giving epidurals near tattoos. If you do have a tattoo on your back and are considering having an epidural for pain relief during childbirth, find out what the hospital’s policy is before you’re admitted.

– Because of skin changes during pregnancy, a tattoo that you get while you’re pregnant might not look the same after you deliver your baby.

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