+ Do you do piercings?

We do not do piercings. In the state of South Carolina tattooing and piercings must be done is separate facilities.

+ How old do I have to be to get tattooed?

In the state of South Carolina, you must be 18 years of age to get tattooed. No parental consent, simply 18 years of age.

+ What do I need to get tattooed?

Please bring your government issued photo ID. Birth certificates, social security cards, and students ID's are not accepted.

+ What should I do before my appointment?

Take a shower so your skin is fresh and clean, don't worry about shaving the area, your tattoo artist will remove any body hair necessary. Eat a good solid meal within two hours of your appointment. Do not drink alcohol or consume drugs and try not to stress. The process is much easier then you think.

+ What's the best way to get a price?

The best way to price your tattoo is to come to the studio and do a consultation with your artist. Consulations take anywhere from 5 to 20 minutes depending on the complexity of your design. This allows your artist and yourself to hash out all the details of the design, location, size, color or b/w. From there he or she can give you an estimate on your tattoo, final price is determined when the tattoo is drawn and sized.

+ What are your hours of operation?

Our hours of operations vary just a hair as we are artists so we sometimes run behind and sometimes get tired or have exciting exhibits to see and leave a little early. This allows us to be at our best for the hours we are there.

11am ish to 8pm ish Tuesday through Saturday

We are closed Sundays and Mondays so our hard working artists can catch up on sleep and artwork.

+ Should I tip my artist?

Tipping, like in all services is strictly up to the customer. You are not required to tip, however if you wish to tip your artist, it can be done in the tip jar located in his/her booth. Or on the credit card slip at the end of our service.

+ Do I need to bring my own design?

Your artist will gladly design your piece, drawing it up for you, however references do help us get an idea of what you are seeing.

+ How do I care for my tattoo?

Your artist will tell you how to take care of your piece, each area of the body requires slightly different instructions. You will also be provided with aftercare instructions.