Proper Etiquette

Before Getting Pierced
  1. You need a state or government issued photo ID to be pierced.
  2. If you are under the age of 18 you will still need a state or government issued ID to be pierced and your parent will need a state or government issued photo ID.
  3. I will pierce people 16 and up with the same minor requirements as stated above. I do not pierce nipples or genitalia on minors.
  4. I will pierce ear lobes on clients 13 and up with the same requirements as stated above. I do not pierce anyone under the age of 13.
  5. Make sure you have eaten something within the previous 2 to 3 hours before your piercing to avoid getting dizzy or fainting. Also drink plenty of fluids and wear comfortable clothing that can be easily adjusted or removed if necessary. Do not consume any medications that will cause your blood to thin.
  6. If I suspect you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol, I will not pierce you. Show some respect and get pierced when you’re sober. Nobody likes dealing with drunks. If you're drunk, you won't make a good decision on what to get and you will bleed. If your breath smells of alcohol you're not going to get pierced.
  7. If you are pregnant I will not pierce you. Due to stress of healing from childbirth new mothers should wait 5 months postpartum with C-Section to be pierced and 3 months postpartum with vaginal births to be pierced. Nursing mothers should wait at least 1 year after milk production stops before considering nipple piercings.
  8. If you are a bargain hunter I am not your piercer, there are many piercers willing to drop their prices just to beat their competition because they do not carry the same quality of jewelry and they do not have the same standards as I do. Cheap piercings are cheaply and poorly done. If you want a professional piercing, be prepared to pay a professional price. I stand firm on my prices and ethics in order to offer you the very best quality service, sterilization, jewelry, techniques, knowledge and safety money can buy.
Making Appointment

Appointments are not necessary but you can make an Online Appointments on my to speed up the process. I normally do a first come first served walk in basis. However, if you walk in give yourself at least half hour for the entire piercing process. You will have you fill out the appropriate forms, I will also explain piercing aftercare to you, then we will discuss your jewelry options and then I will answer any questions and discuss any concerns you may have.

Can I Get My Ears Pierced With A Gun Like At The Mall?

NO! I am strongly against using a piercing gun for any piercing. They were originally made to tag cattle ears. Piercing guns cannot properly be sterilized therefore leaving you open to possible infections and you also run the risks of coming in contact with blood borne pathogens such as Hepatitis and MRSA. The stud that pierces you is a dull blunt piece of jewelry made from cheap metal, which is then forced into your ear causing a lot of unnecessary trauma, pain, and discomfort. Piercing guns should not be used at all.

Do You Do Genital Piercings?

Yes, I offer both male and female genital piercings. I suggest making a private consultation with me prior to getting a genital piercing so I can answer all your questions and discuss any concerns with you. Feel free to bring a friend or partner to join you during your piercings to make it a more comfortable experience.