TATTOO

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PROCESS

To book an appointment

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To take an appointment, you must stop by the shop because we ask for a deposit. For large or specific projects, we ask to meet you during a consultation first (for more information on the consultation please read the next section).
We don’t take tattoo appointment by phone unless we have time during the day (walk-in).If you have any questions, you can call us or stop by the shop. It will be a pleasure to help you!

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The consultation

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We do consultations at the studio opening hours, which is at 11h30. Take the time to look at the portfolios of our different artists to choose the one that is most suitable for your project. If you don’t know which one to choose, stop by the shop with your project and one of our receptionists will be able tell you which artist is most suitable for your project. Once you know which artist you want, we can schedule you an appointment for a consultation with him.
The consultation is free, it gives you more or less 30 minutes with the artist to discuss and take a look at your images. The artist will then give you an estimation of time and cost for your tattoo. If you are interested, he will give you his availabilities and he will take everything that has been discussed to make a drawing of your next tattoo.
NOTE: The drawing will only be available the day of the tattoo appointment (unless of an agreement with the artist), no drawings are sent through Facebook nor e-mail.

The deposit

To take an appointment or to make a drawing, we ask for a deposit. The price of the deposit varies according to the complexity of the tattoo. The minimum price for a deposit is 60$ and the deposit will be deduced from the price of the tattoo once it's completely finished. The deposit assures us of your full participation in the tattoo process and also avoids us to work with people who aren’t serious.

Deposit prices

1 hour or less: 60$.

2 to 6 hours of tattooing: 100$ to 150$.

6 hours or more of tattooing: 200$ to 1000$.

Getting ready for the consultation

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The first step before coming at the shop is knowing what you want! A tattoo is for life; therefore, we can’t decide the subject of what you want. We can suggest the style or the design but not the subject. Do a research by using Google image or another website. You need a main subject and if necessary secondary object or a background, but we can help you if it’s still unclear as for the secondary object and/or a background. Prepare a file with references images on paper or on a USB key and bring everything to the artist on the day of your consultation.

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The day of your tattoo appointment

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The tattoo artist will present to you his drawing. If there are some modifications to do, he will do them on the spot (we always book extra time for that purpose). If the modifications are major, he might suggest you take another appointment to make a second drawing. Once the design is approved he shall start the tattoo!

  • Be well rested and take the time to eat before your tattoo session. It's best not to drink alcohol the night before.
  • Kids are forbidden at the shop! We have dangerous material and also we do not appreciate screaming when working.
  • You can bring a lunch or a snack.
  • Bring appropriated clothes; take in consideration where you are getting tattooed (shorts, tank-top, bathing suit, etc.…) and bring clothes that you don’t mind staining (ink and blood can stain). Old clothes are the best!

More details

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We use the best ink, needles and material on the market. Therefore, our black ink is truly black and we do have vegan certified ink. We do not hold any UV ink.
We do not tattoo fingers as it is an area where the ink won’t hold as well as another part of the body.
Please note that we don’t do micropigmentation nor permanent makeup. We don’t do scarification and we don’t do tongue splitting either.
If you have any questions you can call us or you can stop by the shop.
See you soon! 🙂

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