WANT TO GET A TATTOO? Here is some information to help you get started:

We DO NOT tattoo anyone under the age of 18. Period. Even with a parent's permission. 

Call or email us ahead of time to make a consult or tattoo appointment. We DO NOT take walk-ins.

We will try to find a spot in the schedule that works for you.

We need to know the following things before we can schedule you:

  • Have an idea of what you want. We only do custom pieces (we don't have anything for you to pick out).
  • Collect images or examples of what you want and email/fb them to us, or bring them with you to your consult
  • Know what size and where you want it on your body
  • If you are getting a cover-up or a complicated piece, we will schedule you for a consult before your actual tattoo appointment
  • We will ask for a contact phone number, incase we need to reschedule anything

We will try to estimate the cost of your tattoo, but there are a lot of variables that can make it take longer, so always have enough money in your budget to cover extra!

Before your appointment:

  • Get enough rest the night before
  • Stay hydrated
  • Eat a meal
  • If you want to shave the area you are getting tattooed so we don't have to do it, go for it!

Your appointment:

  • Be on time
  • Bring your photo ID
  • Have your payment ready: Cash or Credit/debit Card, or an INK Tattoo Gift Certificate (sorry, we do not accept checks)
  • Clothing that makes it easy to access the part of your body you are having tattooed
  • You can use your smartphone as long as its on silent and you are not being a distraction (Headphones are ok)
  • Water or juice, and snacks if you are going to be there for a long appointment

Please DO NOT:

  • Bring children with you
  • Bring more than one guest with you. 


We cannot tattoo you if:

  • You are not 18 or older
  • You have sores or sun burn where you want your tattoo
  • You are not sober

Please consult your doctor for permission if you want to get tattooed and you are:

  • Pregnant 
  • Nursing
  • Have a condition that could be a concern with tattooing, such as: being on blood thinners, or diabetes.