No. Bully Ink's sole focus is tattoos.
Bully Ink will only tattoo clients 18 and older with a government issued photo I.D.
No. Bully Ink is a private studio. In order to provide each client with undivided attention, appointments are required at Bully Ink.
If the design is small and simplistic a consultation may not be required. If the design is larger and more complex or will be covering up an existing tattoo, than a consultation is required. You are welcome to send a detailed description and reference images via firstname.lastname@example.org to determine if a consultation is necessary.
Please contact via email email@example.com or phone 410.956.5616. After contacting the shop/artist about your tattoo design or following your consultation, we will discuss the available dates and times that work best for you. Please note consultation appointments are free, however a deposit is required to reserve a date for your tattoo appointment. Deposits are $100.00, which will be deducted from the balance of your tattoo on the day of your appointment or final session.
Once you have completed a tattoo form or have contacted the artist directly to discuss your tattoo appointment you can place your deposit over the phone 410.956.5616 or place your deposit online by clicking below.
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.
NO DESIGNS WILL BE SENT PRIOR TO YOUR SESSION.
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.
You will have time to sit down and make minor alterations (if needed) to your design before your appointment session begins. 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. Artists spend a lot of time drawing and working with the design for each tattoo, if lack of communication or information from the client causes the need to redraw or create a new design completely a re-design fee will be incurred.
Aside from many years of hands on experience practicing the craft of tattooing, the artist undergoes annual Bloodborne Pathogen Training and is certified annually through a Bloodbourne Pathogens OSHA compliant course. Implementing proper BBP 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.
Follow full instructions provided by your artist or review the full instructions provided under the Bully Ink AFTERCARE section.