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Hey! That's ok, you're at the right spot. Jenna does first tattoos every day, and she will talk you through the whole process. Feel free to email with any questions you may have that are not answered here.
You must bring govt. issued photo ID. This can be a drivers license or passport. You may not get tattooed without your ID. It's also smart to bring some water/gatorade/soda etc with you and a snack if you have a long apt time. Please be sure to eat something during the day before your apt.
Jenna does not send designs beforehand. She will usually have it drawn for you when you come in and you can make any changes necessary from there. Since there are a lot of situations where people change their minds or don't show up to their apt etc Jenna does not send them beforehand. Thanks for your understanding.
Getting downtown early before your appointment is always good because parking can be hard to find. I recommend getting here a bit early and you'll have time to walk around downtown and maybe grab a coffee at Juniper Market!
Jenna does tattoo minors, ages 16-17, with consent from their guardian. Their guardian MUST fill out a minor consent form (click here) and it MUST be notarized by a Florida notary. This same guardian must accompany the minor to the apt and stay for the entirety of the tattoo. The minor also needs government issued photo ID ( drivers license/passport/permit) as does the guardian.
At the moment Jenna only works in black, she does not do color. If you are looking for a color artist she can recommend one of her coworkers for you to work with.
Make sure you're on Jenna's email list at the bottom of the home page of her website.
Price quotes are so hard to give before an apt, everything depends on the size/placement/detail etc. When you book your apt there is a price range that is given and you can expect your tattoo cost to lie within that range.
Jenna's shop minimum is $150 and goes up from there.
Jenna now accepts card or cash for payment.
Jenna is located at her own studio, Ink & Barley in uptown St. Augustine.