We take walk-ins everyday 12pm - 8pm.
#1 HECTOR LOPEZ
- (On Maternity leave)
- Use Instagram to book
Your tattoo is not permanent until it's finished healing.
- Wait 2-5 hours before removing bandages
- Keep tattoo clean with soap and water
- Wear loose clothing
- For next three weeks apply a small amount fragrance-free lotion 1-2 times daily. We recommend a fragrance-free lotion such as Lubriderm or Aquaphor. Apply Sparingly!
- Don't scratch or pick
- Don't apply sunscreen & no direct sunlight during healing period
- Don't soak/submerge in standing water (baths, hot tubs, ocean, pools) while healing
- No ointments, gels, or petroleum-based products (with exception of Aquaphor)
TATTOO: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do I need to make an appointment for a tattoo?
Walk-ins are always welcome everyday 12-8pm. For larger, more complex ideas appointments can be made with an artist directly. See below.
How do I make an appointment?
Our artists handle their booking independently via email. You can find all of their information, as well as their work, by clicking on their names/images above.
I am under 18, can my parents sign for me?
How long do I need to stay out of the water?
You should stay out for as long as it takes your tattoo to heal. This is usually 10 to 14 days depending upon the individual. Your artist will go over aftercare with you.
How much will my tattoo cost?
Our shop minimum is $100. Hourly rates vary upon artists. Come into the shop or email an artist directly for a more accurate quote. You can also send inquiries here: 454tattooFAQ@gmail.com
What health and safety precautions do you take?
All of our needles are new and pre-sterilized. They are used for your tattoo session only and then disposed of. Everything comes from clean and sterile packages. The tubes we use are surgically cleaned and sterilized in a certified autoclave. The inks we use are poured into single use disposable cups. Once your tattoo session is finished, the cup and the left over ink are disposed of - it is NEVER re-used or poured back into the container. Everything else that may come into contact with your tattoo - counter surface and equipment - is covered with plastic to prevent cross-contamination. The plastic is disposed of at the end of your session.