Yes, we take both walk in and booked appointments. Walk in appointments are on a first come first serve basis and are subject to artist availability and design. WE recommend calling be-fore you come so that you are not disappointed.
Yes, we take both walk in and booked appointments. Walk in appointments are on a first come first serve basis and are subject to artist
If you would like to book an appointment call us at 905-845-7465 and speak to someone at the front desk. Or, you can come down to the shop and book it directly here.. For most pieces a consultation is required with the artist. This generally last 15 minutes and gives you a chance to meet the artist and discuss the details. WE don’t charge for consultations. You can bring reference material to show the artist what you’re looking for. After the consultation, you can pay a deposit and book your tattoo time.
For smaller work, or if you live out of town, you can send your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide specific information to we can best understand what you looking for (i.e., size, location, references) we will forward the information to the artist to see if you require a consultation. Most smaller pieces drawings are available at the time of your tattoo appointment. You will have a chance to review it with the artist and they can make changes at that time.
it at that time.
Yes, we require that you pay a deposit for a booked appointment. A $50 deposit is required and will be deducted from the final total. Deposits are non-refundable if appointment is missed. You must give 48 hours notice to cancel. We can reschedule your appointment for a later date.
The standard rate is $150 per hour. There is a minimum charge of $100 for pieces that take less then an hour. Our artist do not charge for consultations.
Unfortunately, tattooing is not a pain free procedure. Different people have different pain thresholds. Most people fell a mild irritation. Some area are more painful the others, ribs, collar bone, upper under arm.
We accept cash, debit card, Master Card, Visa.
Your artist will explain to you in details the aftercare instructions. Sometimes our tattooists will provide different aftercare depending on the particular tattoo. Generally speaking, after the tattooing is complete, the artist will clean and apply a thin layer of ointment and a bandage will be applied. After 24 hours remove the bandage and wash your tattoo with a mild soap or Green Foam Soap, which can be purchased at the shop. Pat your tattoo dry with paper towel, then re-apply a thin layer of healing ointment cream. We also sell tattoo Moisturizing creams designed to moisturize and protect your new tattoo. This unique all natural patented formula is enriched with USP grade ingredients, essential vitamins and minerals to leave your skin looking healthy and nourished. You can also use Lubriderm. Apply the healing cream for three days, no more then three times a day. DO NOT pick or scratch your tattoo. DO NOT soak your healing tattoo in water. After three days allow your tattoo to “dry heal” applying less moisturizer. Your Tattoo will began flaking and or peeling, you will notice a shiny appearance to your tattoo. That shiny appearance will go away, allow a few weeks for fully healed skin.
(Piercing aftercare varies on the location of the piercing Aftercare instructions are provided after each piercing is complete)
be afraid to contact G.T.P. to ask!
In Ontario, a person has to be 18 to sign for their own tattoo or otherwise needs a parent or guardian signature.
Although there is no "legal" age for body piercing in Canada, Paris Ink follows guidelines governed The Health Board. You must be 18years to sign for your own piercing or otherwise need a parent or guardian signature.
Yes, we adhere to the health and safety guidelines.
Please be aware we don’t not use piecing guns is our shop. We use disposable needles for each client. Ear piercing boutiques and retail stores are not licensed to conduct any form of piercing, but due to a loop hole in most municipal licensing policies, they are more often licensed for "retail sales", which means they are never inspected by the local health units for safety and sterilization procedures. If you are considering getting anything pierced at the mall or plaza you may want to keep this in mind, they are no safer than you attempting to pierce your ears in the bathroom with a safety pin.
Health and Safety
We use an all disposable tattoo system in a sterile environment
Health Board Regulated
Strict Health code Guideline and sterilization process
Staff Member certified in First Aid and CPR
Remember that getting a tattoo is a serious decision, even though tattoos are not as permanent as they used to be, the design and execution of the artwork, the location of the design on the body, and how large to go are all-important things to consider.