Frequently Asked Questions
Are you open?
Yes. As of June 22, 2020, Governor Phil Murphy has declared that tattoo and piercing studios may reopen with increased safety measures in place to protect staff and visitors alike. Appointment, face mask, and health screening required.
How much do you charge for a tattoo?
The starting price for small tattoos is $60 (black only, color may be more depending on size). Larger pieces run $150/hr. (including time spent prepping your artwork and stencil) and we offer price breaks for longer sessions and tap-out days. Stop in or call to arrange a consultation for a precise quote. We can only give a precise quote when we see your artwork, size, and placement.
Note: Payment is due at the time of service. If you choose to book an appointment, but have no plans to pay for the artist's time, be aware that you are effectively arranging for that artist to lose money. Please be considerate and keep this in mind when reserving time that could otherwise go to serious clients.
How much do you charge for a piercing?
Piercing prices start at $40, and piercing jewelry is included. Please stop in or call the shop for a quote and to schedule an appointment.
What are your hours?
Hourglass Tatz is open every day from 11:00 am - 9:00 pm.
How old do I have to be to get a tattoo or piercing?
You must be 18 years of age to get a tattoo or piercing. For clients under 18, a parent or guardian's consent is required with signature (other relatives, siblings, and family friends do not qualify as the parent or legal guardian). We also require a photocopy of the parent or guardian's photo ID.
Where should my car service pick me up/drop me off for my appointment?
Whether you are taking Lyft, Uber, or another ride service, have them drop you off and pick you up in the parking lot behind the shop. Your driver must not stop or park in the traffic lanes in front of the shop, nor should they pull up onto the sidewalk for any reason. Route 30/The White Horse Pike is a busy road where stopping mid-block is not permitted.
Can I get there using public transit?
Yes. We are in walking distance of the Lindenwold PATCO station. You can also take NJ Transit buses.
Do you have free parking?
Yes. There is a parking lot behind the shop. Kindly park along the fence on the far side of the lot; the spaces along the back of the building are reserved for upstairs neighbors.
Do you teach apprentices?
Yes. Interested applicants please call the shop and make an appointment to discuss specifics.
What is the shop's refund policy?
Have more questions? Call now and speak to a staff member.