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Preparing for tattoo

What to take for a longer session

  • Clothes that will be comfortable and allow easy access to the tattooed body part and. Also you should not if your clothes get a little color damage.

  • Snack, sweet drink and sweets. It really reduce the pain. Read more about how to reduce pain in the article "Pain".

  • Phone with charger or power bank.

  • Headphones.

  • Cash. We don't accept credit cards.


​If you are getting a small tattoo, you can wear clothes that allow access to the tattooed part, a sweet drink and money in cash.

Health barriers

Here are the contraindications to the tattoo procedure.

  • Cold

  • Temperature

  • You take medication or antibiotics

  • Skin rash

  • Diabetes

  • Immune disorders

  • Blood coagulation disorders

  • Allergy

  • Low pressure

  • Jaundice of type A, B or C

  • Epilepsy

  • Hormonal therapy

  • Angioedema

  • HIV positive status

  • Pregnancy

  • Breast feeding

  • Oncological diseases

  • Menstruation

  • An overall poor physical or mental state


It happens that a client comes to us and either has a contraindication or an unknown disease that could be an obstacle, somebody can also hide his illness from us. In this case, we recommend at least consulting your physical status with your doctor. Then you will be performing the service on your own risk and without guaranteeing the quality of the tattoo.



Take a maximum of one friend with you as a support. Although our studio is big enough, it often happens that every customer brings 2 friends as a support and we run out of space. In addition, we do not allow the support team surrounds the working place, so they stay in the waiting room. For larger tattoos, we do not recommend the accompaniment at all, because while you are getting a tattoo for hours, your company needs to wait alone outside of the room.

Under 18 years

Customers under 18 years must arrive at the session with their ID card and a filled-in file about permission from their parents. We also call to parents and ask them if they really filled that file by themselves.

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