FAQs

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Q. What forms of payment do you accept?

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A. Fees are due at the time of services rendered. We accept cash and all major credit cards. No checks!

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Q. How can I tell if my tattoo is infected?

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A. If you think your tattoo might be infected do not wait around. Signs of infection are severe pain, hot redness, swelling and/or a puss discharge ( with or without the presence of blood). Infection that is not properly tended to can result in serious health consequences. It is not something to be taken lightly. See your doctor immediately. We are all susceptible to staph infections- the bacteria that causes it resides on our bodies and just waits for an opportunity to take hold, like in a fresh new tattoo.

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Q. Are there medical conditions that prohibit my ability to get a tattoo?

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A. If you have hemophilia, hepatitis, HIV, diabetes or any medical condition which that may effect your blood circulation or your immune system, we require authorization from your physician prior to tattooing.

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Q. Might allergies be an issue?

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A. It is possible to be allergic to anything including tattoo inks. Similarly, some people react better to one brand of topical ointment then another. Kings & Queens can not assume responsibility for how your body reacts to the inks or dressing products used for your new tattoo.

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Q. What should I expect while healing?

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A. A tattoo is a wound to your skin, in which you may experience some bruising, scaring, bleeding skin and/or blood infection, nerve and tissue damage. This new tattoo must be protected during the healing process. Clean dressing and a topical ointment are required during the initial healing process. Allowing the new tattoo to be rubbed by rough clothing, scratching the tattoo or picking at the healing layer may allow microbes entrance as well as allow the inks to seep from the tattoo. Kings & Queens Can not assume liability for abuse or mistreatment your tattoo received during the healing process.

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Q. How long does it take to heal?

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A. All tattoos heal at different rates. Diet, rest, and stress all have an effect on how quickly your tattoo will heal. Your tattoo will be applied using sterile equipment and sanitary practices. It will be your responsibility to care for it thereafter. Kings & Queens can not assume liability for lack of proper aftercare on your part, or your body’s healing rate.

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Q. Is it safe?

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A. Your new tattoo will be applied using new sterilized needles and modern equipment & Techniques. Every precaution is taken to aid you in healing and getting a lifetimes enjoyment from your tattoo. Still, there are things you need to be aware of to ensure a safe tattoo experience…

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Q. What is the pain like?

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A. Less than waxing, more than a mosquito bite!

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Q. Does it hurt?

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A. Yes!