Tattoo pricing is based on the specific piece you are looking to get done. Factors that influence the price include size, design, color, placement, client's ability to sit well, as well as technical difficulty of the tattoo. Our shop minimum is $80, and go up from there. To get an idea of price, just stop in to the shop and chat with our counter staff. They can give you a price range based on your idea. It is always helpful to bring in any reference images to help us understand better what you are looking for. We can simplify or change your design in order for it to fit within your budget as well.
We require a non-refundable deposit to book a tattoo appointment. Deposits are based on appointment length ranging from $50 to $200. Multiple appointments may be booked with one deposit, but it may not be applied until your last appointment.
Always wash your hands with liquid unscented antibacterial soap (Dial Gold) and water before touching your tattoo.
Leave your bandage on for at least 2, but no longer than 24 hours. (If you do not have a bandage, wash your tattoo after 2 hours.)
After removing your bandage, gently wash the tattoo with antibacterial liquid soap and hot water. Use only fingertips, no washcloths or abrasive materials.
Let your tattoo air dry or pat dry with a paper towel and apply a very thin layer of ointment after washing. We recommend Aquaphor or Aquatat for the first 3-5 days. Wash your tattoo 2-3 times daily and apply ointment 3-5 times daily. If the tattoo looks wet or dirty, wash it, let air dry and apply a thin layer of ointment. If the tattoo looks dry or flaky apply a thin layer of ointment. Never use bacitracin or vasaline.
After 3-6 days your tattoo will start to peel and flake like a sunburn with ink colored skin. At this point, you can replace the ointment with an unscented lotion, such as Cetaphil or Aveeno, for the remainder of the healing period.
Typically a tattoo takes anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks to heal. This varies from person to person.
Be mindful of your new tattoo, it is an open wound during the healing process.
Do not over apply lotion, this will close off your skin and prevent it from healing properly.
Do not pick or scratch your tattoo during the healing process, it can pull ink out of your skin and your tattoo will require repairAvoid direct sun exposure for one month. After the healing process apply sunscreen with SPF 50 or higher when in the sun to help your tattoo age well. Sun exposure will fade your tattoo over time
Do not soak or submerge your tattoo until it is completely healed. No lakes, pools, hot tubs, baths, etc. Showering is okay.
Please use common sense if you are advised to follow different aftercare methods other than those listed above. Be aware there are many products on the market that can slow healing and/or promote an allergic reaction.
Feel free to call us and discuss your options before switching aftercare methods or if you have any questions.
Contact a healthcare professional at the first sign of infection.
Put clean sheets on your bed after getting tattooed, the ink may stain your sheets and dirty sheets harbor bacteria.
You may ice your tattoo, but it is not required. This is more common with wrists and ankles. Put a thin layer of ointment over your tattoo and then cover with saran wrap. Do not put an ice pack directly on a healing tattoo. Wash well after icing.
Leave the bandage on for a minimum of two hours, unless instructed otherwise. Do not leave your bandage on for over 24 hours.
Wash your hands thouroughly with soap and water before touching your new tattoo.
After removing your bandage, gently wash your tattoo with unscented antibacterial soap (Dial Gold) and warm water using only your fingers.
Tattoo Appointment Policy
Consultations require a refundable $50 deposit. Tattoo appointment deposits range from $100 to $2r0 depending on the length of appointment booked and are non-refundable. The deposit will be deducted from the final session of the tattoo.
TATTOO DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE AND NON-TRANSFERABLE. If you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment you must call at least 48 hours before your appointment during normal business hours. The more notice we have the better.
CONSULTATION DEPOSITS ARE REFUNDABLE WITH PROPER NOTICE. Consultation deposits ensured we are booking clients that are serious about getting tattooed. If the client and artist are not on the same page at the consultation, the deposit can be refunded. If the client cancels at least 48 hours prior to the consultation appointment, during business hours the deposit is refundable. If the client chooses to book an appointment, an additional amount will be required to book a tattoo appointment and the deposit becomes non-refundable.
Failure to reschedule or cancel less than 48 hours before your scheduled appointment will result in the deposit being forfeit to the artist.
If a deposit is forfeited or applied prior to finishing a multiple-session tattoo, another deposit will be required to book future appointments. If a client doesn't not call or show up for an appointment, the deposit amount is doubled to book future appointments.
We do not schedule tattoo appointments over the phone. You may set up consultations over the phone, but we recommend you stop in to book an appointment to streamline the process.
Our artists draw the night before or day of your appointment so they are tattooing something that is fresh in their mind. They also have less projects to focus on at once this way. When you come in for your tattoo appointment there is time to make any small changes necessary before getting tattooed. If you want to change your idea, that may change your appointment length, so let us know as soon as possible if the entire idea has been changed.
Leviticus is open 1PM to 9PM daily. We try to accommodate walk-ins as time permits during the week, but reserve Saturday exclusively for walk ins. Smaller, fairly straight forward tattoos are best candidates for our walk in day. In order to get tattooed you must have a valid, government issued, photo ID. By law we can not tattoo minors, even with parental consent.