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The Most Asked Questions at Tattoo Parlors Near Me

We get asked every possible question about tattoos. That’s why we put together this quick guide for the most common questions out there. If your answer is missing from this list, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today. We know that approaching a tattoo shops downtown can be a little intimidating—especially if this is your first time.

You can always get in touch with us about any questions you might have. Our friendly artists are here to help!


As the state of Ohio continues to face the COVID-19 pandemic, our studio is working hard to stop the spread. We’ve adopted higher sanitization standards, regular cleanings, and an appointment-only policy to help keep our community safe.

How Much Does a Tattoo Cost?

This is one of the most common questions about tattoo shops downtown. The cost of a tattoo at Kollective Studio depends on a few factors including size, complexity, and placement. The best way to get an exact cost is to get in touch with one of our artists today for a consultation.

What is the Shop Minimum?

Our shop minimum is $80.

What Types of Payment Do You Accept?

We accept cash and all major credit cards.

Is There Parking at Your Parlor?

Our Cleveland tattoo studio is located on Lincoln Park in Historic Tremont. You can find street parking right outside our studio as well as ample parking in the surrounding neighborhood.

Do You Do Piercings?

No. Our artists put all of their energy into offering you professional tattoos you’ll love for the rest of your life.

Can Minors Get Tattoos at Your Shop?

No. Our tattoo parlor does not tattoo people under the age of 18.

How Do I Take Care of My New Tattoo?

Taking care of your new tattoo is one of the most important things you can do. Those first few weeks of healing are when your fresh ink is at its most sensitive. Here’s what you need to do:

  • Keep the tattoo wrapped for no longer than 2 hours after leaving our shop

  • Avoid touching a fresh tattoo

  • Make sure to thoroughly wash your hands while your tattoo is healing. This helps prevent an infection from spreading to your new ink

  • Wash with warm, soapy water then pat dry with a paper towel

  • Once dry, apply a small amount of unscented lotion. Use the good stuff

  • Continue this washing twice a day for the first two weeks

  • After one week, wash and lotion as needed

  • Never re-bandage your tattoo

  • Never scratch or pick at your new tattoo

  • Never swim, hop in the bathtub, go to the sauna, or go tanning while your tattoo is fresh

  • Swelling, redness, and soreness are all perfectly normal while your tattoo is healing

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