FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Not for basic tattoos such as font, outline or any simple image/symbol. Just come in within business hours. Any significant tattoo needs to be booked so we can organise your appointment time and appropriate artist. You can make a booking through this website, email or visiting us at the studio.
We need to know:
What you want and when you want it. Send us a description or image reference of what you want, where you want it, and the size measurements. Send us your most preferable tattoo date/s and also what dates you can do it optionally.
We require a deposit to secure your booking. To place a deposit we can accept these methods of payment:
You can pay cash when you first arrive in Bali, minimum 3 days prior to the tattoo.
or by Paypal
Tattoo consultations are FREE and no appointment is necessary. You are welcome to stop by whenever it is convenient for you to discuss your tattoo.
Make sure you are well rested, well hydrated, and have eaten recently. Aside from that, take a shower, charge your phone or tablet up to full, and don’t bring in your 50 closest friends (1-2 are fine).
It’s more important to be comfortable than to be fashionable. Looser is better than tighter, and keep in mind you want to be able to cover up certain places that might show, depending on where you’re getting your tattoo.
Take a shower.
Don’t bring your kids. No really, don’t bring them.
Bring all of the necessary documentation Good work costs money – so bring it!.
Eat before you come in!.
If you’re diabetic plan for a crash (and prepare yourself!).
Your idea may not be able to be tattooed.
Just because you saw it on Pinterest doesn’t make it a good tattoo.
Don’t put words with pictures – we’re going to try to talk you out of it because of that whole “a picture is worth 1000 words” thing.
You should not get tattooed when you are:
When you don’t know what you want
When you can’t afford it
When you’re sunburned
When you haven’t showered
When you have your kids with you
If you don’t have an ID
Being pressured into
it When you’ve been told by us that your idea is bad
A tattoo is probably a 3/10. The best comparison would be to getting a scratch on a sunburn or to having someone draw on you with a ball-point pen on a sunburn. It doesn’t feel good, but it’s more of an intermittent irritation than a constant pain. Remember, a tattoo has more in common with an abrasion than it does with a hypodermic needle shot from the doctor.
If tattoos are a 3/10 on a pain scale, piercings are probably 7-9/10.Piercings are far more painful than tattoos – but only for a very short period of time. This is why people pass out WAY more often with piercings than with tattoos.
The majority of your new tattoos healing process will be done within the first two weeks. However, the skin is still working to heal and rejuvenate and you need to plan on a 4-6 weeks for your skin to be back to its previous state.
Don’t be. Seriously, if you’re late to your appointment it will throw our schedule off for the day.