tattoo session

how it works

For large pieces like a sleeve or back piece, we don't charge an hourly rate but a session fee.

Each session lasts 4 hours, including occasional short breaks. The number of sessions required depends on the size of the design.

Touch-ups on tattoos done by us are free if you schedule within three months of getting the tattoo and if we deem it necessary. After this period, touch-ups start at a minimum of €50.

We don't tattoo children under 18, even with parental consent. Additionally, it goes without saying that you shouldn't be under the influence of alcohol or drugs when getting a tattoo.

You're welcome to bring someone with you, but we ask that you limit it to 1 or 2 people. We need sufficient space and tranquility to work well.

Children under 16 are not allowed in the shop.

Good preparation

Good start

well rested

A good night's sleep is crucial. Partying hard at the pub the night before is definitely not a good idea. Getting tattooed with a hangover isn't pleasant, and you likely won't tolerate it for long. With a hangover, your blood is thinner, resulting in more bleeding during the tattooing process. This makes it more challenging for us to deliver quality work.

hearty breakfast 

A four-hour tattoo session demands a lot of energy from your body. Therefore, a good breakfast is not a luxury. During tattooing, your blood sugar levels may drop faster than usual. So, it's a good idea to bring along something to eat and drink for the break, and perhaps some snacks like dextrose tablets or dried fruit.

be in good shape

Avoiding alcohol and drugs is self-explanatory. Stress and simply not feeling well can also make the tattooing process more uncomfortable. It can often be a long session. Therefore, try to relax as much as possible before and during the session. Wear comfortable clothing that makes you feel good. A cushion, sweater, scarf, or blanket? Feel free to bring whatever makes you more comfortable during the session.