Tattoo

What tattoo styles do you offer?

Canvas Tattoo Studio offers a wide range of tattoos including:

  • Traditional
  • Old & New school
  • Tribal Full color Sleeves
  • Back pieces
  • Portraits
  • And more…

You think it. We ink it!

Do you draw custom tattoos?

Of course! The Canvas Tattoo Studio artists are happy to create a custom drawing for those who have put down the required deposit and who are having their tattoos done at a Canvas Tattoo studio.

What is your tattoo touch up policy?

The Canvas Tattoo Studio offers free touch ups for up to one year after receiving a tattoo, as long as it is due to normal circumstances and the tattoo was originally done at one of the Canvas Tattoo locations. Touch ups will be done by the original artist only.

What are the age requirements to get a tattoo?

Anybody receiving a tattoo must be at least 18 years of age and show proof of age using one of the following acceptable forms of valid government issued identification:

  • State Issued ID/Driver’s License
  • Military ID
  • Passport

When do I need to pay my deposit?

A minimum deposit of $50 is due immediately upon scheduling an appointment to hold your place on the schedule. Larger tattoos may require a deposit of $100.

What is the refund policy?

The Canvas Tattoo Studio does not offer refunds.

Tattoo Aftercare

Day 1

After removing your bandage, wash your tattoo with lukewarm water and Dial unscented antibacterial soap. Make sure to rub gently with clean hands. Your first day is free.

Day 2

Start to wash your tattoo 2 to 3 times daily following the above process. Your first wash should be done extremely well to remove any excess dried blood, etc!

Day 3

You can now start applying Eucerin or Lubriderm unscented lotion in small amounts over your tattoo. Too much lotion will create a shine over your tattoo.

Additional Care Information

If your tattoo is in a place that is touched and rubbed frequently, keep it covered with a non-stick bandage for a maximum of 8 hours a day for the first 3 days. If you leave a bandage on for too long, bacteria can start to grow and “believe me” you do not want that. It is normal for your tattoo to ooze a little bit in the beginning stages, but if it is oozing a lot, then you may be putting too much lotion on it or simply not taking care of it properly. Only spread a thin layer of lotion onto the tattoo each time, and make sure to allow it to air dry for at least 60 seconds after wash before putting it on. Contact your Canvas Tattoo artist if you have questions or need assistance. In the event of an emergency, contact your doctor.

Disclaimer: These guidelines are based on a combination of vast professional experience, common sense, research, and extensive clinical practice. This information is not to be considered a substitute for medical advice from a doctor. Be aware, however, that many doctors have no specific training or experience regarding tattoos and may not be educated on how to best assist you.