General FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

  • You may email: info@studio21tattoo.com for rough estimates and to send reference photos
  • Studio 21 Tattoo is not responsible for information sent directly to the artist, only that which is sent to the above email
  • You cannot book an appointment through email, you must call and leave a deposit
  • Many people get tattooed at the end of their trip so as not to interfere with planned activities
  • The healing process does not allow swimming, saunas, spas, tanning, etc.
  • Refer to aftercare instructions
  • Yes. Some areas are more sensitive than others, we recommend loose, comfortable clothing due to possible irritation
  • A fresh tattoo may feel more comfortable if covered with clothing
  • Yes, absolutely. Do not surprise your artist, additional drawing time and possible reschedule may occur
  • Both locals and visitors, email photos of the existing tattoo and reference for subject matter that you wish to cover it up with
  • Your artists will advise you further
  • All cover ups result in a larger tattoo than you currently have, and not all tattoos can be covered up
  • Fingers, inner feet, anklebone areas and elbows tend to get rubbed by clothing, etc. and have a greater chance of wear and tear which can result in color fading
  • We can recommend an alternative area for you
  • If you have any concerns, talk with your artist
  • Each artist will give you one touch up for free, any additional art added may result in an extra charge
  • Deposits are for tattoo appointments/reservations only
  • A deposit is required to be certain the client will show up for the appointment and cover preliminary drawing time
  • Artwork does not leave the studio, we do not email drawings before your appointment, you will have the opportunity to make changes with your artist when you arrive if necessary
  • If you have a complete change in artistic direction notify our studio right away before your appointment
  • No. Although we can make suggestions, you need to have a general idea of what appeals to you, it is very difficult to know your personality and which creative direction you want to go with your tattoo
  • Look through books or online for reference material and bring with you to discuss ideas with your artist