FAQS

Frequently Asked Questions

What are your age requirements for piercings?

-Anyone 15 years or older may receive ear piercings, nostril, septum, and navel piercings.

-Anyone 14 or under may receive earlobe piercings (single set).

-Genital piercings reserved for clients 21 and older.

-We will NOT pierce any under the age of 6 until further notice.

What do I need to bring with me?

Anyone 18 and older must have a VALID STATE-ISSUED I.D. This can be either a driver's license, or a state-issued identification card (can be obtained at your local DMV).

Anyone under the age of 18 must have a parent/guardian present for the entire process of their piercing. Both the parent/guardian and piercee must have valid identification; the parent must have a valid state-issued identification card,  and the piercee must have a birth certificate with the parent's name on it. If the parent's name has changed, we will need proof of name change to verify identity.

We accept payments in CASH only, but have an easily accessible ATM in our lobby.

Can someone who isn't my parent or guardian sign for me?

No.

Consent for any procedure must be given by a parent or guardian. Guardians must have proof of guardianship. No older sisters or brothers signing. No exceptions.

Can I bring my own jewelry to be pierced with?

No.
I can't guarantee your piercing will heal with jewelry I haven't chosen. I choose my jewelry based on your personal anatomy, material, grade, and how quickly and well you will heal. We'll use either a medical grade steel, or more than likely, implant-grade titanium.

Can you order me a piece of jewelry?

We no longer take orders for jewelry, unless it is custom curated jewelry from Amanda. We carry an extensive line of basic and upgrade options. If any of our selection is unable to meet your needs, we can recommend a place where you can order your jewelry from, along with appropriate dimensions.

How many people can I bring with me?

You may have TWO guests accompany you.

Anyone else in your party must wait OUTSIDE the building during your piercing.

Do you do any piercings with guns?

Never. They're actually much less safe and accurate than my freehand technique, and far more painful.

Can I bring my child with for my piercing?

It is in poor taste to bring a small child to a professional environment.

Do daith piercings cure migraines?

There is NO clinical proof that ANY piercings cure ANYTHING.

Do you perform 'snake eyes', 'venom', or any other stupid tongue piercings?

We do not perform any horizontal tongue piercings at all. They're unsafe.

Should I wear a mask?

You do not need to wear a mask, but wearing a mask is appreciated.

I always have, and will, wear a mask to do piercings and other work on my clients.

I lost a ball. What do I do?

See me for a replacement. Do not borrow a friend's or use a cheap replacement.

You did my piercing, and I tried to change it or it fell out. I can't get it back in! What should I do?

I'm sorry, but without regular maintenance, or changing your jewelry before it is completely healed, this can happen! Don't change your jewelry early, and make sure it is secure regularly!  MISMANAGING YOUR PIERCING CAN MEAN LOSING IT. BE PATIENT. 

How much do your piercings cost?

Our most up-to-date piercing price list can be found HERE.

GIFT CERTIFICATE POLICY

-Gift certificates may only be used for piercings and jewelry (not Amanda's curated jewelry or the handmade plugs in Jacque's display)

-Gift certificates given to someone to use for their charity event, auctions, etc may not be 'won' by the person they were given to. The gift certificate should be 'recycled' and used for another charity event.

-Gift certificates cannot be used for any special priced piercings or pricing specials.