Find answers here for the most common questions about walk ins, booking, prices and do’s and don’ts.
Monday to Saturday
From 12 to 7
We have a minimum age of 18
and the rate for a full day is €950,- . A handpalm size piece is between €250,- to €350,- depending on the amount of detail.
Let us know if you have a limited budget and we will let you know what is possible. We can only accept cash at the parlour.
through email. We have no phone. A €100,- deposit is needed to book in.
that are urgent (cancelations, aftercare questions, etc.) will be answered asap. Others take 1 to 7 days for a response, depending on the amount we receive. We read and answer every email. See artists for emailaddress.
It is good to have some food or bring a snack. Be clean. Be on time, so not too early and not too late. Make sure you are wearing comfortable clothes for the part you are getting tattooed on. If necessary bring a top or short so the artist will have good access to the area to be tattooed.
can not come with you to your appointment. We have a small waiting area so we have always encouraged people to come solo. Due to Covid-19 there are restrictions that don’t allow additional people inside our shop. Come alone.
drink alcohol the night before or take aspirin, because these make your blood thinner and consequently will make you bleed more and make it harder for the ink to stay in your skin.
You can’t be pregnant or breastfeeding if you want to get tattooed. It can be harmful to your baby.
It is good to research your design idea. That way you can give your artist all the information necessary for your tattoo (this does not mean a 2 page life story, deep meanings, etc., but a clear description).
We will give you feedback and advise if necessary to make the design look better.
Don’t wait until you see your design to communicate all the things you want and don’t want. It is important that you do this upfront.
We strive to put in all the details you request, but our main objective is to make a beautiful design that will suit the intended body part.
Sometimes we have to leave things out (or add something) to benefit the composition, because often we only really see what works well when we start drawing.
Make sure we know what is really important to you and try to keep an open mind.
If you’re happy to give your artist a lot of room to interpret your idea, that is great, we like that too.
A new tattoo is similar to an abrasion. Poor care and unhygienic care can cause wound infections and scar tissue. Wound infections can lead to a less beautiful tattoo. The tattoo artist will give you written instructions about the aftercare. Read these carefully.