FAQ

HOW DO I BOOK FOR A TATTOO?
You can either fill out the booking form, email (cjtattoo225@gmail.com) or text us (646.898.8746), send a detailed message with descriptions, some reference photos and your available time frame to us. You can also schedule a consultation with us to talk about the design before deciding.

Once you’ve settled on the design and time with the artist, we will require a deposit of $100 – $500 to hold your spot for the appointment. Our artist will send you the design about 1 week before your appointment, for adjustment or confirmation. The deposit is non-refundable, it will be applied to the final total of your tattoo, it can be credited to a future date if you need to reschedule, up to 48 hours before your appointment.

HOW MUCH DOES MY TATTOO COST?
It depends on the artist, but we have a minimum of $100.
For a small tattoo — the price depends on the size, detail of the tattoo, and placement. For bigger tattoos, we charge by the hour, different artists’ hourly rates may vary. The best way to get an accurate price range is by booking a consultation with the artist—if not in person, then through a brief detailed email. In order for us to quote your idea, we need to consider the subject, size, placement on the body, detail, etc. You are also welcome to come into the shop and talk to our manager or artists if they’re available. We’re always more than happy to help and get you the information you need.

HOW LONG DOES A TATTOO TAKE TO HEAL?
It takes two weeks to “heal”, but it takes months for the skin to fully regenerate. You will be given a tattoo aftercare text after the tattoo session.

WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT ARE ACCEPTED?
We accept cash (Recommended) or credit cards. No checks.

CAN I BRING A FRIEND WITH ME TO GET TATTOOED?
Unfortunately, to comply with Covid-19 restrictions, no extra guests are allowed at this time. Extra guests may be asked to wait at the waiting area or outside.

HOW SHOULD I PREPARE FOR MY TATTOO?
We recommend you eat before you come in, and rest well the night before, you will need the energy to tolerate the pain. It’s best not to drink the night before and after, because alcohol can increase bleeding for up to 24 hours. Just stay calm, you’re in good hands.

Any other questions, please contact us directly.

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