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Okay, now that I know that I am not going to get anything but a beautiful tattoo from you, what can I expect to pay for a design?

28 Jun

Our minimum fee is $100 dollars. Small tattoos range from $100.00 to $225.00. Medium designs range in price from $225.00 to $500.00. Larger tattoos range from $500.00 and up. We have a great selection of wall designs within your price range – for custom rates please stop in. Saturdays are walk-ins only – no custom […]

Can I come in today and get a tattoo?

28 Jun

Our Studio accepts daily walk-ins and is scheduled on a first come first serve basis. Generally, walk-ins are convenient for individuals that choose a design from the wall selection. Although there may be individuals ahead of you who walked in and selected a design that may take 4 or more hours to complete, we have […]

How do I care for my new tattoo?

28 Jun

The most important step in caring for your new tattoo is WASH YOUR HANDS before you remove your bandage. Proper hand washing will help to avoid “self-infection” from contaminated hands, especially if you have dogs, cats or birds in your home. Wash the tattoo with mild soap and warm water to remove the residual blood […]

I really don’t want this grinning skull on my neck anymore, can you remove tattoos?

28 Jun

Dragon Moon Tattoo does not remove tattoos. We kindly refer you to Dr. Steven B. Snyder, M.D. who is a Board Certified Dermatologist and Cosmetic Laser Surgeon. Doctor Snyder is known as “The Skin Doc” to many individuals within the body arts industry and is trusted by all. His address is: Dermatology Laser Center 10220 […]

I’ve seen similar designs elsewhere that are cheaper…

28 Jun

We do not view our clients as guinea pigs upon which to practice. While others may charge less, our clients understand they are being tattooed by trained, competent, educated professionals with a lengthy history of customer satisfaction. Our respect for the human skin is immeasurable. This respect shows in each tattoo we create, as they […]