When can I get a touch-up?

Touch-ups can not be performed before the tattoo is fully healed
If the skin is not properly recovered from the initial damage this will result in further unnecessary damage, poorer healing and would be much more painful for the client.
We insist on a minimum healing time of 3-4 weeks between appointments and any final touch-ups.

Touch-ups should ideally be performed within a maximum of a 3 month period from when the tattoo was originally made, this minimises the level of ageing/settling between the older & newer inks in the skin & provides a better end result.

How much will the touch-up cost?

Touch-ups will be subjected to the usual hourly rate or a small set-up charge if it has been 3 months or more since the tattoo was done.

If your tattoo needs touched up due to improper aftercare (we can tell if you've picked it, guys!) the hourly rate will apply.

Proper aftercare practice is crucial to the quality of your tattoo.

If you look after the tattoo a touch-up may not be necessary.

The application of the tattoo is the job of the artist but the healing process is fully in the hands of the client once leaving the studio. The healing process is half the work! Aftercare instructions are given to the client before leaving the studio & support is available by email or phone thereafter.

Aftercare is the full responsibility of the client, the tattoo is performed in accordance with the highest standards of cleanliness. Once leaving the studio the tattoo will be an open wound that you are responsible for. It can take between 2-4 weeks to heal.

During this time, how you treat your tattoo is fully out of the control of the artist.
Any reactions that may occur as the result of lax aftercare or poor hygiene is client responsibility. We can tell if a tattoo is improperly cared for, and we will charge the regular hourly rate for a touch-up.

I've changed my mind on parts of my tattoo.

Before a needle even hits your skin, your artist will have shown you your design on paper, after being OK'd by yourself, the artist will apply a carbon stencil with the final size of the tattoo. You are free at any point to let us know that you aren't sure about something, we are happy to answer any and all questions you have.

Please note that it is not the responsibility of the artist to fix or change your tattoo for free because you later change your mind on the design. We only know what you tell us. If you don't, we can only assume you're 100% in love with the tattoo.

We can not be held accountable for client flippancy.

It is the responsibility of the client to instruct the artist fully on what they want before the application of the tattoo and you will have signed a consent form agreeing to the design of the tattoo.