Making an appointment

If you’d like to book an appointment, contact us via WhatsApp and please provide the following information:

  • Describe your idea
  • Tell us where you want your tattoo
  • Tell us how big you’d like your tattoo
  • Send us some examples of what you like or references
  • Other things we should know, like if it’s a cover-up or if you have a scar etc.

You can ask for a specific artist, but if we think somebody else is better suited for your idea we will discuss this with you first.

We don’t tattoo under 18, no exceptions. We believe tattoos are for adults, who take getting a tattoo seriously and have put a general amount of thought into it.

We ask for a deposit because we have to prepare and design a drawing for you, set up materials and reserve time in our agenda for you. This deposit will ensure that, in case of a no-show or late cancelation, our time and preparations are some-what covered.

It will not cover all costs and most of the time will not make up for lost time in our agenda. So be kind and cancel at least 48 hours before your appointment, so we might be able to make somebody else happy with a new tattoo for that day.

The waiting list depends on the artist you want to book in with. If you want to know how long you’d have to wait you can send us a message on WhatsApp or social media.

Our tattoo-shop is open for appointments only. This means we are closed if the agenda is empty for that particular day. If you show up unannounced, you might be standing in front of a closed door. To prevent this from happening, please book a free consultation via WhatsApp. We will pick a date for you to come by so you will have our full attention.

Shoprules & Tips

Being late is not a problem if you let us know. If we haven’t heard from you we will assume you are not going to show-up and we will cancel the appointment. You’ll lose your deposit too.

If you don’t show up without a reason or without a cancelation 48-hour before and we can’t reach you, you’ll lose your deposit and your appointment will be canceled. If you have multiple appointments booked, these will also be canceled and be open for other customers to book-in.

Please talk to your artist before applying anything to your skin or taking any form of medication prior to the appointment.

We strongly advise against drinking alcohol on the evening before your appointment. You will not have a good time when you are feeling hangover and this will also effect the healing process.

We don’t have space for friends or family members to sit and wait until the tattoo is done. We advise you to come alone if that’s possible.

No, you cannot get tattooed while pregnant! The main concern with getting a tattoo during pregnancy is the risk of contracting an infection. Although the risk is small, it is recommended that you wait to get a tattoo until after your baby is born.

Little information is available about the safety of skin dyes used for tattooing during pregnancy. It is possible that the chemicals in the dye may affect the development of the baby during the first 12 weeks. However, the risks are unknown, as are any effects on the baby during the remainder of the pregnancy. Better safe than sorry!

You can bring your own food or drinks with you, just keep in mind to keep them away from the tattoo station. We have a special place in front of the shop where you can sit down and have a drink/something to eat.

We don’t think tattoo-shops are child friendly places so we’d advice you to not take them with you. They can easily hurt themselves or knock something over while you are getting tattooed. 

We’d like to focus fully on giving you the best tattoo we can possibly do, without being distracted.

Wear something comfortable and loose. There’s a possibility you’ll have to lay down in a weird position for a long time so you don’t want to wear uncomfortable clothes. Getting tattooed hurts, that’s uncomfortable enough! 😉 Also keep in mind that the clothes might get dirty with ink and blood sometimes.

For example, if we are going to tattoo your upper leg, you could wear a pair of old jogging shorts. 

Have a relaxing day without too much hassle. Try to keep calm and don’t stress out too much about getting tattooed. The most important thing is to be well rested so you have enough energy to sit for as long as you can!

Make sure you eat and drink properly before the appointment, getting tattooed on an empty stomach is not nice! Try to be relax and comfy, we’ll take care of the rest!

You cannot pay with card, we accept cash only. There are ATM’s available near the shop.

We are working on those!

We will, in the near future!

You can take bus nr. 11 or 17, from Eindhoven Station to Korianderstraat. The shop is right around the corner!

Yes, there’s a big free parking lot right in front of our shop!

Yes we sell special after-care cream but you are free to buy it elsewhere!

About Tattooing

Imagine getting punctured a 100 times per second. Does that hurt? Probably. But most of the time not as much as you’d think, otherwise there wouldn’t be so many people getting tattooed.

Size is not always a good indication, it all depends on the design and style. We can give you a rough estimate of how many hours it will take, but a good tattoo takes time!

Again, it all depends on the design and style. We can give you a rough estimate of how much it will cost, but a good tattoo is a financial investment.

Healing will take around 6 weeks. After that, your skin is still fragile and in need of some extra care so make sure to give it some love every now and then! 

It is advised to wait getting into direct sunlight for 6 weeks after getting tattooed. But tanning is never good for the skin, it ages your skin more quickly and the pigment in your tattoo will fade much faster. So we advice to not tan at all, and if you must go into the sun please use a sun screen with a high factor at all times! 

You’d probably invested a lot of money in your tattoos, it’d be a shame if they would fade!

After getting tattooed, your skin is irritated and basically should be treated as a wound. Would you shave over a wound? Better not 😉 

Start shaving after your tattoo is completely healed, with no scabs or dry skin.