Frequently Asked Questions

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How Old Do I Have to Be to Get Tattooed?

  • Minnesota state law requires anyone getting a tattoo must be at least 18 years of age, even if you have a parent’s consent.

How Do I Make an Appointment?

  • Each artist sets their own appointments and pricing.
  • View artwork by our different artists.
  • Find an artist with a style you want for your tattoo.
  • Contact them through their preferred contact method (if they’re currently accepting appointments).
  • If an artist isn’t currently taking appointments, follow them on Instagram to find out when they’ll be opening their books.
  • Your artist will coordinate the appointment.

How Much Does a Tattoo Cost?

  • The price of a tattoo depends on a variety of factors.
  • Each artist determines their own pricing .
  • The shop minimum is $150 for the smallest tattoo.
    • Consider getting many small tattoos at once if that’s what you’re looking for.

Can I Get a Piercing?

What Forms of ID Are Accepted?

  • A valid State driver’s license or identification card.
  • A valid military identification card that has a photo and date of birth.
  • A valid passport.
  • A green card.
  • A school identification card containing a photo and date of birth.
  • A tribal identification card containing a photo and date of birth.

What Should I Bring to My Appointment?

  • Wear clothing to be comfortably covered while allowing access to the tattoo area.
  • Snacks and drinks are available at the shop; you can also bring your own, especially if you have dietary restrictions.
  • It’s important to stay hydrated, so refillable water bottles can be topped off with our water cooler.
  • Bring something to occupy your mind: a book, headphones, your phone, or anything to help pass the time without requiring a lot of movement.

Can I Get a Walk-In Tattoo?

  • Walk-ins are available based on artist availability, like when they get a cancellation.
  • For cover-ups and large tattoos, it’s best to make an appointment. View our artists to find one with a style you like. You’ll find instructions on how to book appointments on their pages.