Is it safe?
Black Owl Tattoos is a 100% disposable shop. All tattoo instruments are intended and used with the sole purpose of one time use. All equipment is properly covered and sterilized to eliminate cross-contamination
Can I bring in my own design?
Yes, it can be anything you like, but it will need to be converted into a tattoo design. Some styles of artwork do not work well as a tattoo, but we use our years of experience to guide you with the selection of the artwork and style.
How much does it cost?
For larger more complex pieces all artists charge $100 per hour. Smaller pieces will be priced accordingly. The shop minimum starts at $50. If you have a budget, all tattoo artists will work with you to create a great piece of art. We are a shop which accommodates all. Everyone deserves a great tattoo. If you have any further questions never hesitate to call Black Owl Tattoos (404)600.8123.
You must be 18 years of age and have a picture ID issued by a government or state.
We do not tattoo minors with or without parental permission.
How old must I be to get a tattoo?
We accept cash, credit or debit cards. We do not accept personal checks. (sorry)
How can I pay?
A new tattoo takes about three weeks to look as if it was always there, but they heal like any other scratch or scrape, or approximately two weeks.
What about healing?
It is possible to be allergic to anything, however allergies to the colors is very rare. If you do have allergies, you might want to consult your doctor, for the proper tests and for an explanation.
Can I be allergic to the colors?
No. Tattooing can induce early child birth due to stress that may be caused during procedure.
If I'm pregnant, can I still get a tattoo?
Probably the upper arm, yet it is more important to get your tattoo where you want it as opposed to getting it where it might hurt 10 % less. If you never had a tattoo, how would you know the difference ? The most important fact is your tattoo should be fun, and part of the fun is getting it where it will work the best for you. I have never had anyone stop in the middle of a tattoo, (although everyone thinks about stopping), because the pain was unbearable.