Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How old do I have to be to get a tattoo??

A: In the state of New Hampshire you must be 18 years or older to get a tattoo and you must furnish a valid photo ID regardless of your age, these include:

  • State issued Drivers License

  • State issued Non-Driver ID

  • Military or Government issued ID

  • Passport 

Q: Can my parents sign for me to get a tattoo if I'm under 18??

A: NO, New Hampshire state law requires you to be 18 to get a tattoo with absolutely no acceptions to the rule.

Q: How old do I have to be to get a piercing??

A: There are different age requirements for body piercing, we DO NOT pierce anyone under the age of 5 and at that age you can only get earlobe piercings. All other ear  piercings can be done at age 13 and up with a parent present, most basic facial piercings and Navel piercings can be done at age 14 and up with a parent present. All other piercings you must be 18 with a valid ID. ALL MINORS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN AND BOTH MUST HAVE A VALID PHOTO ID, these include:

  • State issued Drivers License

  • State issued Non-Driver ID

  • Military or Government issued ID

  • Passport 

  • Birth Certificate

Q: Can I get a discount for having multiple piercings or tattoos done?

A: If we are doing a promotional event then there might be a deal to be had, but we are people too and we have bills to pay so on a regular day to day basis we do not give out discounts. If you are looking to get a deal keep your eyes on our social media accounts and here on our website to see when our next promotional event is coming up!

Q: Is there a shop minimum price for tattoos/ is there an hourly rate??

A: Yes, our shop minimum is $75 and most small tattoos fall under this price, our hourly rate is $150.

Q: How much does it hurt to get pierced/ tattooed??

A: Everyone is different, everyone has a different pain tollerance, and while there are certain areas that typically hurt more than others, its hard to say because of this variance from person to person. Typically women tend to have a higher pain threshold than men, but at the end of the day, again everyone is different.