- What does a tattoo cost and how long does it take?
- Does it hurt?
- How do I book an appointment?
- Are there waiting times?
- Can I submit my own design?
- How does putting a tattoo work?
- What is the minimum age?
- I use medication, can I get tattooed?
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To determine a price for a tattoo, we need to know what you want, where you want it, how big, which style and therefore how detailed. The more information you can provide, sample images, the more specifically we can give you a quote.
To give you an insight into the prices, we have a number of guidelines here, so that you know a little bit what price you can expect for your tattoo.
Our starting rate is € 70,- and we work with fixed prices per tattoo.
A full day session is between €700 and €950.
The price is calculated based on the number of hours, whether the skin needs to be drawn on the day of your appointment and of course what the design will be.
For large projects such as a chestpiece, sleeve or a whole back, we charge €150 per hour and approximately 5 hours per session. You will then be with us from 11:00 to approximately 17:00.
A needle goes into your skin, so you’ll probably feel something. Whether it hurts depends on the person and on your body.
We cannot determine your pain threshold by looking at you. The more relaxed you are, the easier you get through it. Just imagine, pain for a moment, nice tattoo for the rest of your life. In general it is not so bad with most people and it is the fear of the unknown that makes you afraid that it will hurt.
To make an appointment, you can use the appointment form on the website and on the artist page. First read all the information on the website and / or the information in the booking form.
The waiting time depends on what you would like to have and with whom you want to book. For larger designs it is usually a few weeks to a few months and for small tattoos a few days to a few weeks.
You can certainly deliver your own design. We only give our professional opinion as to whether this design is tattooable and whether any adjustments must be made. We check whether the design has a good flow for the body and whether it will still have a good quality in 10 years.
If you have an idea but no specific design, then we can of course develop your idea. To work out your idea, you do need to book an appointment and make a downpayment. If you ultimately do not want to set the design, we will keep the downpayment and the design will be released.
As soon as you come in for your tattoo you will receive a consent form that you must complete. This information s only for the GGD. We will not use the information or pass it on to others. You then discuss the design with the relevant tattoo artist. The tattoo artist prepares all the needed supplies and a stencil is made of the design. The stencil is stuck to your skin. Note that a stencil is often only lines and not the complete design. In other cases, the design is drawn directly onto your skin (for example, flowers).
As soon as everything is ready and you agree with the placement, you will be tattooed by GGD hygiene guidelines.
The legal minimum age with parental consent is 13 years. The minimum age in our shop is 16 years with parental consent. To be sure, take your proof of identity with you. We do not tattoo on heads and hands under the age of 18 and we refuse an idea if we do not find it suitable.
If you are not sure whether your medication can disrupt the tattooing process or healing process, mail or call the studio so that we can assist you personally.