Ink & Dagger Tattoo is open Monday through Saturday from 11am to 7pm.
Our award-winning tattoo artists go to great lengths to ensure that every client receives the best possible tattoo. We will not only listen to your ideas, but we will counsel you on the optimum size, placement, and design. Our friendly artists are extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of tattoo design and application so you can trust that you are in good hands.
Ink & Dagger Tattoo created a totally new way to connect tattoo collectors with unique custom designs. Our ONE SHOT WALL, located in the lobby of the shop, features one-of-a-kind designs by our resident and guest tattooers. Our clients are encouraged to check out the ONE SHOT WALL anytime they are in the studio to look for their next tattoo.
Yes it hurts. We are using needles to permanently insert pigments into your skin. The pain varies from person to person but is similar to a cat scratch or a hair pull.
No, Georgia state law requires that you be at least 18 years old to get a tattoo. Furthermore, we believe that you will inevitably regret a tattoo that you receive at such a young age since you are still growing physically and mentally.
Due to extremely high demand, we are now finding it more and more difficult to accommodate walk-ins. We may still have an artist available for walk-ins on some days, especially Saturday, but this changes from week to week. If you are curious about our walk-in availability, the best thing to do is give us a call at 770-518-4073.
If you’re interested in a tattoo, but don’t know who you want to do it, we suggest coming in and speaking with our front desk staff about your ideas. They are very skilled at pointing you to the right artist with the availability to handle your request.
Our artists are typically booked for a long period of time. Depending on which artist you would like to work with, you could be waiting anywhere from several days to one year to begin your tattoo project. It’s always best to speak with our front desk personnel to get a feeling for whether your project fits a particular tattooers style and aesthetic. Depending on artist availability and the nature of your project, we will assist you in moving forward with a consultation appointment or putting you on your chosen artist’s waiting list.
We accept cash and all major credit cards. We do impose a 2% surcharge on all credit card payments, so we recommend you pay for your tattoo in cash.
The cost of your tattoo depends on a number of factors including size, placement, skin type, and color vs. black and gray. For smaller tattoos, we will generally quote you a price up-front. For larger tattoos, your artist may opt to quote you an hourly rate.
We can’t speak for every tattoo studio, but here at Ink & Dagger Tattoo, your health and safety is our highest priority. In addition to providing new needles for every client, we also adhere to strict procedures to avoid cross-contamination. You can expect to see disposable ink holders, disposable razors, and barriers on everything that must be touched during the tattoo process. We work closely with the Fulton County Department of Health to ensure that our methods comply with the most current guidelines.