Anti Eyebrow Surface piercing upper cheek £40
Anti Tragus cartilage on the top of the earlobe £25
Cheek Through the cheek £35
Conch Inner ear cartilage £20
Daith cartilage above the conch
£25 Earlobes £15 each or two for £25
Smiley/Frowney Upper or Lower Inside lip frenulum £30
Helix Outer ridge of ear cartilage £20
Labret Under Lower lip £25
Lip Single £25 or SnakeBites £45
Madison Front of neck £45
Madonna Beauty spot £30
Medusa Middle of the top lip £40
Nose Bridge / Earle £35
Rook Anti helix ear cartilage above the daith £25
Scaffolding or Industrial multiple ear piercings with barbel going through – price varies
Third Eye Vertical nose bridge £45
Tragus Small piece of cartilage in front of the ear £20
Navel Belly Button £30
Nipple Horizontal or Vertical £25
Nipple Both £45
Micro Dermal’s, Skin Divers and Surface Micro Dermal Implant Can be placed in most regions of the body: chest, face, hips, stomach, neck, arms etc. £40 Skin Divers Can be placed in most regions of the body: chest, face, hips, stomach, neck, arms etc. £30
Surface – price on enquiry
Jewellery Change e.g putting in your own Jewellery £5
We will not tattoo or pierce anyone under the influence of alcohol or drugs, we also reserve the right to refuse a tattoo or piercing without explanation. Before each tattoo or piercing a consent form must be completed, the consent form contains a list of medical conditions, if you have one or more of these conditions then it is not advisable to have a tattoo or piercing without the written advice of your doctor.
There are certain contraindications to tattooing and you should seek the advice of your tattoo artist or GP Doctor, if you have any of the following:
Impetigo, Cellulitis, Eczema, Psoriasis
Heart disease/disorders, Haemophilia, Low or High blood pressure
HIV, Hepatitis B/C
Conditions which compromise the immune system, Conditions that may cause haemorrhaging e.g leukaemia
Conditions which may cause excessive bleeding
Allergies to metals(including Nickel), Latex, antiseptics, adhesive dressings or topical dressings and medicines.
You are undergoing a course of medication or medical treatment
I am not pregnant or breast feeding.
Taken Aspirin or other medicines that thin the blood.
Or suffer from any other condition through which my health may be compromised when receiving a tattoo.
|Known (potential) Risks Associated with Piercing:|
|Healing times will vary but here are some indicative healing times:|
Ear Lobe, Eyebrow and Septum
Ear Cartilage and Nostril
Lips and Cheeks
2 Months to 1 Year
4 -8 Weeks
6 to 12 Weeks
2 to 6 Months
4 Months to 1 Year
We adopt the policy that you must be 17+ to consent to a piercing.
Whilst there are no legal guidelines for piercings other than ear piercing and Piercing of anyone under 16(in non intimate areas) can be performed with parental consent. Insurance companies now require that anyone between 14 and 17 must have parental consent.
We reserve the right to refuse if we think you are physically underdeveloped for a piercing, or that you aren’t mature or responsible enough for it, we will decline to pierce you even with parental consent.
If your are 17 or older but don’t look it we strongly recommended you bring photo I.D (Recent Passport or Driving License) to prove your age. ID will be inspected closely.