EVERYTHING ABOUT MAKING AN APPOINTMENT
Thank you for choosing the Painted Lady for your next tattoo experience. Our artists are versed in many different styles to make your artistic visions come to life. If you are new to the process, take a minute to browse our artist's portfolios online and click the book now link to take you to their direct email for booking. You can call us at 520-326-8450, just be patient if we don't answer, we may be tattooing! You can also email the shop at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact our artists directly via email:
FOCUS: Black & grey or color realism and/or fine art.
FOCUS: Realism with a design element.
FOCUS: Heavy black shading, custom illustrative, with some color.
FOCUS: Custom American Traditional and Neo-Traditional.
FOCUS: Custom and traditional imagery with an illustrative approach.
FOCUS: Black and gray realism and custom script.
1726 E Speedway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85719
Please note that we cannot give quotes over the phone. In order for us to be at our best we need to see the design and the desired area of your body.
All appointments require a non-refundable deposit ranging between $25-$100.
The deposit amount will be applied to the total at check out.
Note: not all tattoos need a consultation, if you have something simple like lettering or a logo for example.
It's always best to call ahead or email for availability.
Our shop minimum is $75. All of our artists charge their own hourly rate, please inquire directly with them for pricing.
We do tattoo minors 16 and older, however minors can only get tattooed with a parent present. Birth certificate and valid Ids required from parent and minor by law. No exceptions!
Q- What sort of documentation do I need to bring in to get a tattoo?
A- All clients, adults and minors, must have a valid I.D. and Birth Certificate (Minors.) We accept Passports, state and military I.D.
Q- Is Your Tattoo Shop Clean?
A- Yes. We take sanitation and the sterility of our equipment and venue very seriously. We consider the process of administering a tattoo to be like that of surgery. All items and surfaces are sterile. Any reputable tattoo shop should do the same.
Q- What if it's my "FIRST" tattoo?
A- Of course you need to expect pain, sitting still for long periods of time and the healing process. Some people find that sitting in an uncomfortable position for longer periods of time is more of a discomfort than the pain from the tattoo itself.
Q- What are the most painful areas of the body to have tattooed?
A- Generally the soft tissue areas are the more painful spots. For example, the outside of the arm, a part of the body which comes in to contact with clothing and other objects more often is tougher and less sensitive. It's one of the least painful spots on the body to have tattooed. While the inside of the arm comes into contact with less throughout your life and hurts more during the tattoo experience. The ankles, calves and back of legs are fairly painful, as are the ribs, sternum, throat and wrists.