Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do to be prepared for a new piercing?

  • Bring a Valid state or government issued Photo ID​

  • Be completely Sober (seriously)

  • Eat at least 4 hours prior

  • Avoid taking any blood thinners

  • Address any potential health related issues (if you require antibiotics before dental work, see your doctor before being getting pierced)

What is your policy on piercing minors?

  • We Pierce minors starting at age 8 for ear lobes and 14 and up for most other piercing (you you have to ask, its probably the answer is probably "No")

    • Documentation Required for Minors (all forms of identification must be original hard copies. We can not accept photocopies.)

    • For minors ages 8 to 14 for lobe piercings a birth certificate is required 

    • For minors 14 and up,                                                         *** A current State or government issued photo ID (drivers license/permit, passport, non driver ID card, passport, military ID)***.                                                                                                                                  ***We will not pierce a minor without proper documentation, even with parent present. Click here for more info                 

    • State issued photo ID for parent or legal guardian (guardian must be present)

    • State issued or other official form verifying legal guardianship (birth certificate, court or state issued guardianship papers)

    • Note: Jewelry changes for a minor require the same IDs as piercing services. 

How much does it cost to get a piercing?

  • The cost of most piercings is a $40 piercing fee plus the cost of jewelry

    • this covers piercings done in pairs as well.

  • Jewelry can vary widely depending on what is appropriate for the specific piercing. Some of the simpler options can start around $30 and go up depending on style, complexity, gem settings, and material (Titanium, niobium, and 18k gold)

Can i bring a friend with me?

  • It is fine to Bring moral support. However, we ask that you do not bring a large group. We understand that getting a piercing can be exciting. Our goal is to create a calm and safe environment for all of our clients.