PLEASE READ BEFORE BOOKING:
All appointments are for one person. Each individual getting pierced will need their own appointment.
If you are late, and don't inform us ahead of time, your appointment may be cancelled or rescheduled depending on availability.
If you don't see the piercing you're trying to schedule for, it is because we don't offer it. If you schedule a mix and match appointment for something we don't offer, your appointment will be canceled.
Bring valid ID. Anyone over the age of 18 needs a state-issued photo ID, preferably a Drivers License. No paper copies, and no expired copies. For anyone under the age of 18 we have very specific requirements. We need a photo ID for the parent or legal guardian signing, and some form of photo ID for the minor. This can be a passport OR a birth certificate and school ID. Last names must match on parent and child's ID. If they don't, we will need the original copy of the child's birth certificate. If you have any questions about ID please call ahead to speak to our staff.
Be Prepared. We highly recommend clients have a moderate meal a few hours before their piercing. Having food in your stomach helps your blood sugar levels during the procedure. We also require all clients arrive sober. Not only is it illegal for us to pierce you under the influence of drugs or alcohol, but it will also make the process much more painful and uncomfortable then it has to be. Please try to arrive on time. Depending on availability, if you're late, we might not be able to get to you, and you'll have to reschedule.
Be flexible. We only want to do piercings that will heal well, and be healthy. That does sometimes mean because of unique anatomy or piercing requirements we can’t do all piercings on all bodies. It's always good to have a backup in mind! We wouldn’t ever want to say no to a client, but we will turn people away for piercings that we do not think will heal. We also can’t start every piercing with every piece of jewelry, and while you can get into them once healed, we can’t always start them out like that.