How do I schedule an appointment?

On the first of each month I post an appointment inquiry form on my website to schedule appointments for the following month. The form is available for 1-3 days depending on the amount of inquiries I receive during that time.

I usually receive inquiries from more people than I can schedule so please don't be discouraged if you don't get an appointment right away. I always try to make time for as many new and returning clients as possible. I hope you understand this system has been the most effective method I have thought of to schedule people in a fair manner. 

How do I schedule an appointment for my friends and I to come in on the same day?

There is a group inquiry form available for 2-3 people wishing to be scheduled together. It is also posted on the first of each month and includes convention and travel dates. Only one form is necessary per group. I can only accommodate up to 3 people in one day.

How do I schedule an appointment for a convention or travel date?

Convention and travel date appointments are also scheduled through the inquiry form posted on the first of each month. If there are no travel dates posted on the form that means I will not be traveling for work that month or taking appointments for that particular convention.  

Do you take walk ins?

I am unable to take walk ins at this time due to the amount of appointments I have scheduled on a daily basis. 

Do you do cover ups?

Occasionally I will do cover ups on established returning clients, but never on first time clients, and I never add on to or touch up other artists' work.

Can I bring a friend with me on the day of my appointment?

I don't mind if you bring one person with you, but due to the small size of my workspace I ask that you don't bring more than one person, and absolutely no babies, kids, or pets please. I try to create a calm, relaxed environment, the less distractions, the better I can concentrate on your tattoo.

Can I change the design/size/placement of my tattoo after my appointment is scheduled?

I reserve a certain amount of time for you based on the information you provide in the appointment form, so changing design/size/placement may result in me not having enough time booked for you. Please check with me as soon as possible if you want to make any considerable changes. Minor changes on the day of the appointment are ok.

How much will my tattoo cost?

The price of your tattoo will depend on the size, placement, and amount of detail in the design. If you have a set price range you would like to stay within, please include that information in your appointment inquiry.

What forms of payment do you accept?

Cash, Credit Card, PayPal.

Do I need to leave a deposit?

I do not require a deposit, so I ask that you please let me know as soon as possible if you need to cancel for any reason. Any person that cancels must go through the inquiry process again to schedule another appointment, no reschedules. 

Can I reschedule my appointment?

I do not reschedule appointments, if you cancel you will need to start the booking process over. People that cancel less than 48 hours in advance are less likely to be scheduled in the future.

Can I see my tattoo design before my appointment?

Because I do not take deposits, all drawings are done on the day of your appointment when you come in. When you arrive, I will discuss the details of your design with you, trace the area on your body where the tattoo will go and answer any questions you might have. 

Do you tattoo minors?

In the state of Florida it is legal to tattoo 16 and 17 year olds with parent/guardian consent. You MUST fill out a minor tattoo consent form available through the Florida Department of Health, have it notarized, and bring it with you on the day of your appointment. The form is available through the link below. The parent/guardian MUST be present during the ENTIRE tattoo procedure. This does NOT apply to travel dates and tattoo conventions, as tattoo laws vary by state.

Florida Department of Health Minor Consent Form

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