Frequently Asked Questions...
If I'm under age and I bring a parent/guardian, can I get a tattoo?
The short answer is NO. We do not tattoo minors. You must be at least 18 years old to get a tattoo here. No exceptions.
The internet tells me that you guys do piercings, how much are they?
Please see prices and book a body piercing appointment HERE
How much does a tattoo cost?
Pricing varies and depends on the tattoo that you want, the artist you decide to go with and the time it takes the artist to actually do it for you. For the fastest estimate please submit this form. You can get the ball rolling with a consultation here
Do you guys take walk-ins?
We typically do tattoos by appointment, but we can, on occasion, do a walk-in time permitting. Walk ins are taken on a first come, first serve basis, so unless you want to plunk down a deposit to hold tattoo time, please call ahead to see if walk-in time is available. :)
What if I just want something small, really simple...
The short answer is: $80-$300 depending on the artist, size, color, body placement, and level of detail.
The simplest way to get a quote on a tattoo is to fill out this form.
How do I schedule an appointment?
It's simple, really! We recommend filling out this form or setting up a consultation, especially if it will be a larger/more detailed piece. It will give you a chance to go over what you want with the artist that you choose, and they will be able to give you a good idea on how long the tattoo may take and cost. Once your consultation is out of the way, we can schedule your actual tattoo appointment! Huzzah! All tattoo appointments require a non-refundable deposit, which of course, will come off of the end cost of your tattoo. Deposits are typically $60-$200 depending on the artist. No tattoo appointment is ever scheduled without a deposit! Consultations however, are typically free.
You can schedule a free consultation HERE
Why are there so many tattoo shops in Salt Lake City?
Salt Lake has dozens of shops, where you can get marked for life with the most current styles. Some of these shops including SLC Ink seek to make space for marginalized individuals both within the industry and society at large. Their innovation in tattooing is matched by their commitment to equality.