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  • How do I book in?
    Hit up our contact page and fill out the form. Drop in some pics for inspo and a quick rundown of your tattoo idea. We'll contact you real soon to arrange an appointment with one of our dop artists!
  • How much do you charge?
    There's no one-size-fits-all answer to that. Tons of factors go into pricing, like the type of tat, how detailed it is, size, and the artist's skill level. Your best bet is to schedule a consult with one of our artists so they can give you a more precise price. They got you!
  • Do you accept walk ins?
    For sure, but availability depends on who's around and what you're after. If you're blanking on ideas, we got mad flash in-store to choose from. Your best bet is to hit us up at (09)8281237 and see what's good on the day.
  • Why do I have to pay a deposit?
    Your deposit goes towards the final cost and secures your artist's time until your session. If you're requesting an online payment for your deposit, just note that your booking will not be considered confirmed until the payment is received. Deposits are non refundable.
  • What forms of payment do you have?
    We only accept cash instore for now, otherwise we can arrange payments directly to our artists.
  • I need to change/cancel my appointment.
    To make changes to your booking, hit us up at least 48 hrs (2 days) before your session. You can email us at or call us at (09)828-1237. But listen, if you don't give us enough heads up, you might lose your booking, not get a refund, or have to pay for a whole new booking. that'll be up to the artist's discretion.
  • Can bring a friend?
    Hey, we're a laid-back bunch and we're down to hang with you, but we suggest rolling solo. But if you wanna bring a bud, just one at a time, please. And hey, listen up, kiddos under 12 can't come with you 'cause we gotta keep things safe and healthy in the shop.
  • Where can I park?
    Best place would be the parking lot across the street from Brown st. cafe (240mins) Otherwise there is limited street parking off down Roberton road.
  • How can i prepare for my tattoo appointment?
    It's important to have a meal before your tattoo appointment and avoid alcohol, drugs (including over-the-counter pain relief), and anything ese that might mess with your body. The healthier and fresher you feel, the easier it'll be for you and the artist to complete the session. Taking a shower beforehand is also a good idea.
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