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Shit you wanna know.

How much do you charge for tattoos?

Liquid soap- we recommend Castile soap (also known as green soap or Dr. Bronners). A non scented hand soap (such as Dial or Softsoap) is also acceptable.

Ointment-   Aquaphor or Redemption you may purchase in studio.

Fragrance free water based lotion- common tattoo safe brands are Lubriderm or Aveeno. Do not use products like shea butter or coconut oil (they are too oily and can cause beak outs). 

Sunscreen- once the tattoo is completely healed, sunscreen will protect it against fading and discoloration. Only use SPF 30. Any SPF higher than 30 is only intended for use on ears and nose.


Do not touch your tattoo unless for cleaning purposes, and always wash your hands before you do. Do not wear tight or restrictive clothing, and absolutely NO swimming pools, hot tubs, baths, ponds, oceans or submerging your tattoo fully of any kind. Showering is OK. Stay out of direct sunlight.

Standard Bandaging 

How much do you charge for tattoos?

My minimum is $150 and I am $150 an hour. The final price will depend on the final size and detail of your piece.

Rinse and Pat Dry

Once your tattoo is rinsed thoroughly, pat dry with a clean paper towel. 

Apply Ointment

Apply a thin layer of the moisturizer recommended to you; Aquaphor or Redemption. 

You want it to look shiny, NOT wet.



Blood, plasma, and excess ink will pool inside the bandage and may make the tattoo look smeared or smudged; this is completely normal.

If leaking occurs, remove the bandage. 

Remove Bandage

 After 3-5 days, remove the bandage in the shower using a mild soap and warm water. 

Be gentle with the bandage when removing it. 

Begin General Aftercare

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