- 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.
- Do I need an appointment?
If there is an appointment vacancy or the customer has not shown up, then you have possibility to get walk-in tattoos. Usually it depends on how busy we are, but more than likely you have to book an appointment. Follow us on all social networks to get informed in last-minute offers.
- What to do before get tattooed?
- What to do after got tattooed?
CLICK HERE TO VIEW IMAGE
- How much is going to cost?
We ask for£50 deposit and the regular price is £90/hour, but possible to get a lower price. Have a check on our deals.
- Why do I have to pay deposit? How it works?
We do ask for £50 deposit to make sure the customer will not cancel last minute (or not show up). It will be knocked off the price once finished. Deposits are non-refundable. You can reschedule your booking if letting us know 2 days before your appointment. Deposits can’t be transferred for use any other person.
- Do you make piercings?
Not yet. In the close future we also will make piercings.
- How to get there?
We are located in London’s heart, Angel. Closest tube line is Northern Line (black).
- How the bookings work?
If you walk in to the shop and talk to someone you will suddenly get an appointment or just fill out the booking form online and follow the instructions sent.
- Do you cover tattoos?
Covering an old tattoo is the most complicated session. To do it perfect, you have to get a consultation appointment, there is no possibility to straight book in. First have to talk to your artist and inform him about all the information required.
- Do you make UV tattoos?
Unfortunately don’t. That is out of fashion.
- 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. - First time in a tattoo studio. What do I expect? Cool people, cool music, nice environment, professional service.
£50 deposit is required to secure any booking.Just click on the button below. You will be forwarded to a PayPal page
where you can pay with your PayPal Account or your Credit/Debit Card, without a registration on PayPal.