About Tattoo

Wallington Tattoo & Piercing studio is a custom studio.

Our Friendly, professional and experienced team are happy to give advices and help in any inquieries connected to tattoing and piercing.
Our aim to create high quality tattoo art and piercing service in a welcoming environment.
We charge £40 minimum price and £70/hour for a larger tattoo or session work.
We can olny accept cash in our studio.
Personal discussion with one of our artists will give a better picture about the actual idea and possibilities.

Feel free to contact us 7 days a week.

Age & Identification Policies

  • You must be 18 years of age or older to get a tattoo at Wallington Tattoo & Piercing. You will be asked to present a valid, legal ID before we will start work.  We do not tattoo  anyone under the age of 18.
  • You must bring your photo ID every time you come in for any tattoo. If you arrive for a tattoo appointment without proper ID, may be we will not be able to tattoo you
  •  Acceptable forms of ID: driver’s license and passport.

General Tattoo Policies

  • Tattoo price quotes are based on the final design.
  • We can not tell you proper price through telephone. If you send your request via email we can give you an estimated price only. The best way to know more about priceing if you come in to our studio personal.
  • sometimes, a tattoo can take longer than anticipated for a variety of reasons.
  • When you schedule a tattoo appointment, a deposit of £40 is required.
  • The deposit will be applied to the final price of your tattoo estimate. You can pay in person only by cash in our studio.
  • You should pay the deposit at the time of appointment setup.
  • If you fail to pay your deposit before your appointment, your appointment will be cancelled.
  • We cannot schedule tattoo appointments via email. To make an appointment please call or stop by the studio.
  • There is a non-refundable deposit required for all appointments.
  • No smoking, please.
  • If you are sick, stoned, intoxicated, pregnant, have an attitude, or acting immature, please do not except us to tattoo or pierce you.
  • Your children are welcome but you must control them.
  • No children permitted in the tattoo areas.
  • Our artists work hard to give you the finest work.
  • We do not do gang or racially motivated tattoo designs, so please do not ask.

 Tattoo Deposits   

  • If you do not show up for your appointment, you forfeit your deposit and you will have to pay in full to schedule a new appointment.
  • If you need to reschedule an appointment, we require two business days’ notice or you will forfeit your deposit. Further, you will have to pay in full for a new appointment.
  • Deposits cannot be transferred for use by another person.
  • If you use a tattoo gift voucher for a deposit and do not provide proper notice to reschedule or do not show up for your appointment, your gift certificate will be void.
  • If you arrive for your appointment without proper identification whet tattoo artist ask you will not be tattooed. You will forfeit your deposit and be required to pay in full before a new appointment can be scheduled.
  • If you arrive late, your appointment may need to be rescheduled so the artist will not be running late for the appointments after yours.

 Consent/Release Form

  • All clients are required to read and sign a “Consent form” prior to receiving services from Wallington Tattoo & Piercing. Please read it carefully and make sure that you understand what you are signing. If you do not understand something in the consent form, do not sign it without asking for clarification first.

Touch Ups:

  • Touch ups are only free by the artist who originally did your tattoo. If the artist who did your original tattoo is no longer here, another artist may touch up your tattoo for free at his/her discretion.
  • You will be informed whether or not the touch up is free prior to scheduling your appointment. Re-coloring old tattoos done elsewhere is NOT a touch up.
  • Touch up appointments do not require a deposit and are free with in 90 days from the original date your tattoo was done unless the tattoo was damaged by your negligence, such as sun exposure or ignoring proper aftercare.

 Other Things You Should Know

  • Skin color will affect the brightness of colors used in a tattoo.
  • Variations in color and design may exist between any tattoos you select and as ultimately applied to your body.
  • Obtaining a tattoo is by your choice alone. A tattoo is a permanent change to your appearance and no representations can be made to you regarding the ability to change, alter, or remove any tattoo.

Communicable Diseases

  • To minimize the risk of infection, our artists do not work when they are ill. We also ask that you postpone your visit to our studio until you are free from any disease that could put other clients or our staff at risk. We want to provide the cleanest, safest environment possible and need your cooperation to do so.
  • Additionally, tattooing can tax your immune system. If you are ill, it may increase your recovery time and also put you more at risk for possible infection or other health-related complications.

Drinking and Drugs

  • We do not tattoo anyone known to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Alcohol and/or drugs will thin your blood, which can lead to excessive bleeding. If you are taking prescribed medications, please tell your artist ahead of time.

Medical Conditions

  • If you are under the care of a physician for a medical condition such as diabetes, epilepsy or high blood pressure, please tell your artist ahead of time. If a medical emergency arises while you are at our studio, we will be better prepared to handle it. We require a written letter signed by your physician, with their contact information, noting that you have discussed getting a tattoo done.

Pregnant Women

  • We do not tattoo pregnant women. Everything that goes into your body can affect your unborn baby.  Potential allergic reactions or infections could also put you and your baby at risk. The process may also affect your immune system and its ability to help you fight off infection. You should also delay your new tattoo if you are nursing. We want you and your baby to be as healthy as possible.


Safe Guarding Your Health – Our Procedures

Listed below are some of the procedures we use to provide the safest, most sterile conditions possible for your new tattoo or piercing.  If you have any questions regarding the tattooing process, don’t hesitate to ask.

Disposable Gloves

  • All our artists wear standard medical gloves during the tattooing process.

Inks and Pigments

  • All inks and pigments used for your tattoo are poured from its universal container into brand new, sterile ink caps.  Once the artist has finished your tattoo, the ink caps are discarded in your presence.


  • We use brand new, hospital-sterilized, disposable needles for each and every client. The artist will show you the sterile packaging and will open it only in your presence. Once the artist is finished with your tattoo, the needle is disposed of into a sharps container.

Non-disposable Equipment

  • All non-disposable equipment, such as tubes and other metal equipment, is sterilized following strict health and safety guidelines in our in-studio working autoclave.  Autoclaving is the only form of sterilizing accepted for medical instruments.  Autoclave bags are opened only in your presence.  If you have questions or concerns regarding the sterilization process we use, just ask.  We will be happy to step you through it.


  • The artist will usually prepare the area to receive a tattoo by shaving the area.  We use brand new, disposable, safety razors for each client and dispose of them immediately.

Making You Aware – The Risks

  • While tattooing and piercing is considered generally safe and we take all possible precautions to safeguard your health, there are known risks associated with the process. Research all the risks associated with tattoos to learn about the things you should look for when selecting a studio.

Allergic Reactions

  • You may experience an allergic reaction to the dyes, pigments, and processes used in tattooing. We cannot determine or guarantee that you will not have an allergic reaction. If you are unsure or concerned, start with a small tattoo first. However, this still will not guarantee that you will not experience an allergic reaction to larger tattoos.

Bacterial Infection

  • Tattoos can lead to bacterial infections, particularly if they are not properly cared for. Following our aftercare suggestions can help reduce the risk of infection. However, if your immune system is depressed because of illness or you have an allergy to any part of the process, your risk for infection is greater. If you have any questions regarding the care of your tattoo, stop by the studio to speak with a colleague or artist, or give us a call.

Viral Diseases

  • Obtaining a tattoo from a “dirty” studio or from an untrained friend or relative can often be the culprit of a viral disease.  We follow all safety guidelines required to help prevent cross-contamination.