How Do Tattoo Deposits Work?

Written by: Pete
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Tattoo deposits are fees that a tattoo artist charges upfront to reserve a spot for a tattoo appointment. They are usually a percentage of the total cost of the tattoo, and the amount varies depending on the artist and the complexity of the tattoo.

The Usual System

The deposit is applied to the total cost of the tattoo when the appointment is completed. If the total cost of the tattoo is less than the deposit, the remaining balance is returned to the client. If the total cost is more than the deposit, the client is required to pay the balance at the time of the appointment.

It is important to communicate with the tattoo artist about the deposit and any other details of the tattoo before booking the appointment. It is also important to read and understand the terms of the deposit, as some tattoo artists may have different policies on cancellations and rescheduling.

When Should the Tattoo Deposit Be Paid?

The deposit is typically paid at the time of booking the appointment, and it is usually non-refundable if the client cancels or reschedules. This is to protect the tattoo artist from clients who may book an appointment and then not show up, which can cost the artist valuable time and money.

 

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