frequently asked questions

and a few concerns that we hear from time to time

HOW MUCH IS A TATTOO?

Shop minimum is $60 and hourly it varies by artist at $120-$150 an hour The cost of the tattoo is based on size, location, and detail, as well as the time it will take to complete.

CAN YOU GIVE ME A PRICE QUOTE?

To give you a solid quote we need clients to come into the shop for a free, no obligation consultation with one of our artists. Large scale work (sleeves, portraits, etc) we cannot usually come close to giving a decent estimate of work without a full consultation.

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW TO TELL ME A PRICE?

To provide you with an approximate quote please come prepared to your consultation with the following:
 – A clear picture and description of the artwork which we will be placing on your body
 – The approximate dimension of your artwork (2×2,3×3 etc)
 – What part of the body the tattoo will be placed
 – A full understanding that we may give you advice on where best to place your artwork, if the space you choose is prone to fading over time. 

DO YOU TAKE WALK-IN CLIENTS?

Yes but we do not always have availability for them. If you want a walk-in, the best way is to call the shop at 918-928-4335 and ask if we have any availability.

HOW DO I MAKE AN APPOINTMENT?

You must either stop by in person and put down a $60 cash deposit which goes towards the final price of your tattoo, or, if you live outside of Tulsa you can PayPal a deposit to us as well. We only accept cash or PayPal for deposits but we accept most major credit cards for the final cost of the tattoo.

DOES IT HURT? 

Yes. Most tattoos come with a certain amount of pain during the tattoo process. You should expect to experience some slight pain during the tattoo with the level and intensity of the pain dependent upon where on the body the tattoo will be placed. Seriously, we’re using needles to press ink into deep layers of your skin, if you don’t want it to hurt at all, you might consider temporary tattoos. 

DO YOU HAVE NUMBING CREAM OR OINTMENT? 

No. Again, refer to the answer above about pain. Embrace it.