Often times for smaller projects a consultation isn’t needed. We have artist on demand that can take care of designs at the drop of a hat so always feel free to book your tattoo itself or even do a walk up. Some projects take a lot more time and designing. Rest assured we have a booking for that as well. Come sit down with your artist and have a design appointment. This is a great way to ensure you’re getting what you’d like, how you’d like, and when you’d like it.
We are always willing to Answer Your Questions about Tattoos, Tattoo Design, and Process of it all; including artwork creation, sterilization, disposable supplies, healing, and more.
We Gladly Accept Walk-ins for Tattoos or Consultations when we’re available, during business hours – Health Department Regulations may interfere with this, Please Call (801) 609–8288 for West Jordan, or (801) 837-3121 for Park City with questions.
(Please Note: Current regulations require an appointment. We do have same day appointments available and we are more than happy to get you in quickly.
Click here to read about our pricing procedure, and how to go about getting pricing quote for your particular tattoo idea.
Pricing is a question that’s on everyone’s minds. How much your tattoo will cost depends on a number of factors. You can click the link above to read about how we price tattoos, and why choosing a cheaper hourly rate or lower shop minimum isn’t always a good idea.
Choosing an efficient artist that can give you an amazing tattoo in less time is always the way to go. You will end up paying much less when choosing a better artist. Lower per hour rates often translate into a longer tattoo session. Choose the right artist, regardless of per-hour or minimum price. You’ll end up getting far superior results in less time; saving yourself or your loved ones both money and time spent in pain in the long-run.
The talented artists at One Love Tattoos can draw and/or Design just about anything you want or that you can imagine. From completely custom freehanded designs to the simplest changes to an existing image you found; from a drawing that a friend or relative doodled years ago to a new complex creation never before imagined; from perfectly straight parallel lines and geometric patterns to loosely flowing flashes of color, and everything that you can imagine in between. However, the more visual information (images or drawings) that you can provide in the beginning, The closer we can get to the exact design you have imagined. We can even assist you in narrowing down your selections to help you choose the perfect tattoo based on your particular tastes.
Please Note; A consultation is generally required to book most appointments over 2 hours and/or appointments that require extensive drawing/design or artwork changes. Getting the design completed is the most important phase of a tattoo, and usually takes the longest. Many drawings actually take 2-5x as long as the actual tattoo will take. Planning your tattoo results in the best tattoo possible. That being said, It is important that we have adequate time to design your particular tattoo.
I Assure you, in the years to come you will not remember that it took a bit of extra time to perfect the tattoo design. You will however be reminded on a daily basis that a bit of extra time wasn’t taken and you’re stuck with a tattoo that’s not perfect for the rest of your life and instead insisted that it be rushed to get it done then and there.
While we often can often produce a quick mock-up of your design at no charge during certain consultations, A deposit is required to start ANY actual drawing or design. (The deposit usually ranges from $50-$250, depending on the physical size, the amount of drawing or design time required, and the length and date of the appointment.) Your deposit goes towards the final price of your tattoo as part of the artwork creation, and is not an additional fee. This deposit is however Non-Refundable.
Tattoo drawings, sketches, drafts, or designs are generally non-colored line-work only renditions of the tattoo to be produced. Coloring and or shading the artwork is generally considered commissioned art, and at your artists discretion will incur a separate fee due to the time involved. In addition, it is impossible to mimic a tattoo digitally, or on paper. The results may be close, but skin is unique to each individual, and results will vary greatly. Tattoos involve trust, but we can only do as good as you allow us to know what you want. Communication on your part is key. We are trying to design something uniquely for you, and we only know as much as you tell us.
Commissioned artwork on larger or multi-session tattoos do require a drawing appointment to complete. A drawing fee for commissioned work is based on the amount of time required to produce the art, and the type of art being commissioned. Generally charged at an hourly rate, similar to tattoo work. Depending on the type of artwork you commission, upon completion, a portion of the drawing fee can occasionally go towards the final price of the tattoo, depending on your written agreement with a specific artist, at that artists discretion.
Please keep in mind when planning your tattoo; we have other clients waiting for their artwork to be prepared at the same time as you. It takes time, up to two weeks and in some cases longer to properly begin a design for a custom tattoo. The larger or more complex the design, the longer it will take to create your artwork. Please keep this in mind when planning and scheduling.
If you would like a one-of-a-kind custom drawing, illustration, or painting of your tattoo design after your tattoo is completed as a family keepsake or memorial to hang in your home or office, Custom drawings, paintings and/or reprints on various materials can be produced of your tattoo artwork as an original piece signed by your artist. You can discuss pricing and availability with your artist as well as available mediums. This service is also available as a part of the Rewards Program, using rewards points.