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After discussing the design, filling out the consultation form, and finally confirming an appointment date with me, a $150 deposit is required which will go towards the last session of your tattoo.
Deposits are non-refundable.
You can pay deposits by:
1. Stopping by Tattoo Boulevard during business hours
2. Calling the shop to pay through credit/debit card
3. Zelle or PayPal (Friends & Family option)
Pricing is at $200/hour.
I will not be able to quote on large scale pieces like half sleeves, sleeves, back pieces, etc.
Large-scale pieces are a process. Each tattoo hold their own amount of detail.
We accept card but cash is always preferred.
We will discuss the design in person, over the phone, or through email. Tattoo designs will be done closer to the appointment day or drawn directly onto the skin so there will be a good chance that you will not get to see the design before the appointment day. If you trust in my portfolio, process, and work, trust that I will your design will be in good hands.
I specialize only in traditional Japanese tattoos. I will do my best to follow the rules of the tradition to preserve its particular aesthetic.
No Call / No Show
Another deposit will be required if the client does not show up for an appointment without 24 hours of notification. If you need to reschedule, please let me know ahead of time. Two consecutive reschedulings will require another deposit. Please be responsible and show up to your appointments. I only schedule ONE person each day so when we set up our appointment, my time and attention are dedicated to you and your tattoo.
Take off wrap in an hour or when you get home.
Wash gently with warm water and antibacterial soap. Morning and at night.
Pat dry with a towel.
Keep dry for the first two days.
After the initial two days, apply a thin layer of lotion over the tattoo twice a day.
The main idea is to keep the area clean and away from bacteria to avoid infection.
Keep that tattoo at a nice balance between dry and wet.
Not too moist where scabs soak in like a sponge and prolongs the healing process.
Not too dry whereas the skin isn't hydrated.
Avoid direct sunlight for 3 weeks
No swimming for 3 weeks
Do not pick or peel loose skin or scabs. Let the healing process take its course.
I like using Dial Gold Anti-Bacterial soap and Aveeno or Lubriderm lotion.
If you have any other questions, just email me or call the shop.