she devil tattoo co.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. She Devil Tattoo Company is a tattoo-only shop. There are many shops around the Valley which offer piercings. Our good friend, Tristan, over at Third Eye Body Art in Mesa would be happy to help you. Any Club Tattoo location has a very talented body piercer on staff, as well.
In order to get a tattoo at She Devil, you must be 18 years old.
Aside from a general idea of a design, you will need government-issued identification and payment at time of service. Deposits of 20% are required to book.
Acceptable forms of ID are:
- State-issued driver’s license
- State-issued identification card
- Military ID
- Foreign driver’s license
- Foreign identification card
Student IDs will not be accepted as valid ID.
All equipment except for the tattoo machine is disposable. That means that everything we use is single-use and will be disposed of properly after the tattoo is completed.
Surfaces are wiped down with medical grade disinfectant surface wipes to effectively clean and reduce the risk of cross contamination.
All tattoo artists at She Devil are required complete both Blood Born Pathogens (BBP) Training and CPR Training. Every artist must demonstrate their knowledge of the basic principles of cross contamination and aseptic techniques during the setup, the tattoo process, and the cleanup of their tattoo.
Unfortunately, Arizona does not require Tattoo Artists to have any formal training or have permits to work. The owner has worked in other states which have had very strict laws regulating tattooing, and those principles and standards have been brought into the She Devil.
As a general rule, no. Exceptions are made on occasion.
A consultation is required with a parent or legal guardian present, and a discussion is needed about the risks of being tattooed during development.
No tattoos will be performed on anyone under 16 for any reason. Certain areas of the body will not be tattooed on a minor for any reason.
No. We work by appointment only, even if we are not tattooing.
While we appreciate the “spur of the moment” tattoos, we want to give you 100% maximum effort. You’d be amazed the designs we can create if given a little more time to put it together.
There shouldn’t be a rush on a tattoo, and we won’t compromise our values because of impatience.
Cost varies on a number of factors.
No pricing will be given over the phone. A price range (which can change in person) can be given through social media or email if we’re confident we understand what the project entails.
Only a consultation will give you 100% accurate pricing.
We don’t operate on an hourly rate. Every artist works at different paces, so we price by the piece or with open-ended session pricing to offer our clients the most transparent pricing possible.
Technically, we don’t have one. Minimum pricing creates a minimum effort, which goes against our values of providing our clients the best possible work for their project.
On the Booking page, tattoo pricing begins at $100, but it can be changed. $20 seemed a good minimum deposit.
No. We treat every Friday the 13th as just another Friday.
Most businesses that run holiday specials offset that cost throughout the year. We want to remain fair and consistent in our pricing no matter what time of year you visit.
Our entire setup can actually be vegan friendly. Some inks are and some aren’t, so please let us know this is your preference and we will be happy to accommodate.
Yes. All of the gloves in the shop are nitrile. No latex allowed.
If you got your tattoo by one of the artists at She Devil, you are allowed one free touchup within 3 months of your tattoo. If we wait too long, the tattoo might end up being very different shades.
For anyone out of the area, or if booking doesn’t allow for 3 months, we will make arrangements.
No person under the age of 13 is allowed in the shop. Some of the art hanging on the walls isn’t appropriate, and there isn’t much for a child to do.
Absolutely, as long as they are over the age of 13. Tattoos can cause anxiety and we want you to feel safe and comfortable.
The shop is small, though, and seating is limited. Try not to bring more than 2 people with you.