ONLY clients 18 and older with a government issued photo I.D. are permitted.
ACCEPTABLE FORMS OF I.D.: Drivers License, Passport , State I.D. Card
In order to provide each client with undivided attention, appointments are required at Bully Ink.
Only clients with appointments are permitted into the studio.
Submit inquiries by clicking the button below and submitting a appointment request form.
If the artist accepts your request you will then be able to move forward with the booking process.
Every tattoo piece is different and presents different levels of challenge for the artist.
Therefore, the cost of a tattoo can vary drastically between pieces.
The cost determined by a few factors such as size, placement on the body, detail intricacy and the amount of time the tattoo will require to be completed.
Sleeves or large scale tattoos require a significant amount of time to complete, that time is diveded into session intervals. The cost is also usually divided per session at the standard hourly rate.
Most people prefer this method when working with larger pieces, because it helps to divide the total cost into a biweekly or monthly expense until the piece is complete.
If there is anything specific that you would like to incorporate into your design, please discuss this with the artist during your consultation or prior to reserving your appointment date.
Your design will be ready for you to view on the day of your appointment unless an earlier review date is set.
You will have time to review your design and make minor alterations (if needed) before your tattoo session begins.
The designing process for each tattoo can take many hours of the artist's time to compete. If a lack of communication or information from the client causes the need to create a new design completely a re-design fee will be incurred.
To reschedule your appointment without voiding your deposit please notify the Bully Ink studio via firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 410.956.5616 a minimum 7 business days prior to your scheduled appointment date.
Maryland does not currently have regulations for tattoo artists and tattoo studios to abide by, the artist is licensed through the State of Florida Health Department. The State of Florida requires all tattoo artists to receive annual Bloodborne Pathogen Training and be certified annually through a OSHA compliant Bloodbourne Pathogens course. Implementing proper BBP education, training and guidelines into standard tattoo procedures helps protect the artist and clients against the health hazards from exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials, and to reduce their risk from exposure.
Each individual's body heals differently due to the different elements each individual is exposed to.
To ensure the integrity of the tattoo & to help your piece stand the test of time, tattoos sometimes may need a final follow up session.
Once your tattoo is completely healed please send a few clear photos to email@example.com. Your artist will let you know if a follow up is necessary & how much time your follow up will require.
Follow ups are completed for a flat rate fee.