In light of COVID-19 (coronavirus) we are implementing the following changes:
If you are feeling sick, have been in contact with someone sick, have recently traveled or been around someone that recently traveled, we ask you to stay home and contact us to reschedule your tattoo appointment. Don’t worry about losing your deposit, we will carry it forward to your new date/time.
When you come to your appointment or consultation do not bring any additional guests to limit the number of people in the shop. If you are showing any signs of illness you will be asked to leave and reschedule your appointment for a future date.
Beginning tomorrow we will be open by appointment only. Consultations and tattoo appointments can be made online through Facebook private message, Instagram direct message and email. If you prefer to book over the phone, please leave us a message with your name, number and best times to call you back. Deposits and tattoo payments can now be made via e-transfer.
We are temporarily suspending all walk-ins, but on the bright side that means Thursdays and Fridays are now open for appointments! Small tattoos that we typically get during walk-ins can now be made as appointments this way. Simply reach out to us on Facebook or Instagram, email us at email@example.com, or call us at 403-380-6222. We will do our best to get back to you within 24hrs during the week, 48hrs during weekends. Short wait time for weekday appointments 🙂
Please follow health guidelines and recommendations for safety. Most importantly washing your hands thoroughly and frequently. We have hand sanitizer available at the front desk for your convenience. We have always been 100% disposable and gone above industry health standards. We will continue to do so in addition to more frequent disinfection of high-traffic areas and touch-points. Now is the time to remember that not only are you trying to keep yourself safe, but also the people you interact with. Consider family, friends and neighbors who may have a compromised immune system, are older, or have respiratory issues. Stay safe for their sake as well.