King’s Ink

Tips & FAQs

We hope you will enjoy your experience here at King's Ink. If you are new to our shop, or new to tattoos & piercings in general, here are a few bits of tattoo etiquette and answers to some frequently asked questions:
  • Credit and Debit Cards are accepted. NO CHECKS.
  • Walk-ins are welcome; Appointments are recommended.
  • Deposits are required for all appointments and some custom designs. See our deposit policy. 
  • You must be 18 years of age or older to be tattooed. NO EXCEPTIONS.
  • An individual under 18 years of age can get SELECT body piercings WITH PARENTAL CONSENT ONLY.
  • Positive ID is required for all ages.
  • Please keep cell phone use to a minimum.
  • No photography of any kind is allowed without an artist's OK.
  • Children CANNOT be left unattended at any time.
  • Loud conversation/noisy children can be a distration to the artists.
  • Come clean! This one should be obvious. To get a tattoo, you are going to be spending considerable time in close proximity to another person. Wash up! Don't come straight from the gym or from a long day working in the hot sun! 


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do Tattoos/Piercings hurt?
    Yes... That being said, how much they hurt depends on the individual & the type of tattoo/piercing. Most tattoos only hurt slightly and only during the procedure. Most piercings only hurt briefly during the procedure.


  • How much do Tattoos/Piercings cost?
    Tattoo prices vary greatly and depend on many circumstances such as size, colors, complexity & location. Piercing prices vary as well depending on type and location.


  • So how do I get a price for my Tattoo/Piercing?
    Just stop on in to King's Ink and discuss you plans with an Artist/Piercer. WE CANNOT GIVE OUT PRICES OVER THE PHONE OR VIA EMAIL. There are just too many variables involved to accurately give you a price other than in person.


  • Is there a minimum price for a tattoo?
    Yes, but we do not give out any price over the phone or via email. If your tattoo will only cost the shop minimum, your artist will tell you, otherwise its considered impolite to ask.


  • Can I haggle with my artist for a lower price?
    Its considered impolite to haggle with your artist over price. Doing so implies that you do not feel the artist's work is worth the price.
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