Preparing for your Tattoo Appointment:

The most important thing to do before coming to your tattoo appointment is to make sure you have eaten. This ensures your blood sugar levels aren’t low, which reduces the possibility of feeling faint/dizzy. I know that it can be difficult to eat a good meal if you’re nervous, so a sugary drink (not sugar free or diet) or a sugary snack like a chocolate bar will be just as good.

Make sure you wear something you feel comfortable in, loose fitting clothes are always a win. The nature of tattooing is messy, so please don't wear anything you wouldn't want to get ink stains on.

If you’re getting work done on an awkward to reach area for example your leg, it is worth bringing a pair of shorts or a long skirt for you to change into.


On the day of your appointment I can accept payment in cash or via PayPal, not debit/credit card. There are plenty of cash point machines along the high street with Santander being the nearest.

It is best to wait until a few weeks before or after a holiday to get tattooed. Please bare this in mind when booking your appointment, if your skin is sunburnt or excessively tanned it may not be possible to tattoo you, and you'd risk loosing your deposit.


​If you have any other concerns please do get in contact either by email or telephone01392 254626

However if your concern is regarding any medications or possible complications with healing due to an illness, please consult your doctor prior to booking your tattoo session.

Appointment Times:

​Consultations are mostly booked in at 9.30am or 10am.

Morning tattoo appointments are booked in at 10.30am,

Afternoon appointments typically 2.30pm but I work by appointment only,

so my hours vary greatly throughout the day.

Typical business hours are Tuesday-Saturday 10.30am-5.30pm.