Appointments are required for piercing services.
Please see our appointment page for information on scheduling.
Bring Valid ID
We require clients to have proper identification every visit—even if you’ve shown it on a previous trip. For more information about our ID policies, including what forms are acceptable, please visit our ID Info and Policies page.
Please limit the number of people you bring with you.
We understand it’s important to bring a support person with you when you visit us, but if you do, please limit it to one person if possible. We’re too small a space to support a full entourage for every client in our lobby, so please be conscious of our space limitations.
Parents or guardians are required to be present for piercings on minors, and clients are encouraged to bring back one person for nipple or genital piercings.
Be on time!
If you are more than five minutes late, your appointment may be canceled, so please make sure to arrive on-time. We also ask that you try to get here no more than five minutes early to your appointment, as we may not have the space for you to wait inside the studio. Parking near the shop can be tricky so be sure to leave yourself enough time.
Eat First, and Arrive Sober
Before coming in, make sure you have eaten a meal within four hours, even inserting jewelry or stretching a piercing. This lessens the risk of becoming nauseated or faint. If you haven’t eaten before coming in to get pierced, we will probably send you out to get food. It helps. Really, it does.
We require all clients to be sober and drug-free for any piercing. We will not offer any of our services to anyone impaired by alcohol or drugs.
If you are feeling ill, please reschedule.
We probably don’t have to tell you, but if you are feeling under the weather, please do not come in! If you arrive at your appointment and are showing signs of being ill, we will ask you to reschedule.
Any questions, call ahead!
If you have any questions about our services, feel free to reach out to us when booking your appointment.