At Rising Phoenix Tattoo we are able to provide all styles of tattooing, black and grey or colour, oriental or tribal, the only limit to your tattoo design is your imagination.
Many people choose to bring in their own tattoo design or choose from one of the thousands here. We have invested in top quality tattoo flash from some of the UK’s leading artists and the US’s finest.
All our tattoo artists are expert freehand tattooists with many years experience in the industry. We have an excellent reputation in the area with many of our clients returning again and again for work and most of our new business comes from people who have been recommended to us by their friends.
We are always happy to discuss any aspect of the tattooing process from tattoo design to sterilisation and aftercare. Please don’t hesitate to call us or come in and talk to us about your needs.
Meet The Artists
How much will my tattoo cost?
As pricing for tattoo work is based on a rate of £70/hour a price quotation can only be given after consultation with your chosen artist. Flash work is prices per-piece and can sometimes be quoted online via Facebook or email communication. We have a minimum charge of £70 and a day rate of £500. Email us on: email@example.com
Are tattoos safe?
Yes, when undertaken by a qualified artist and registered studio like Rising Phoenix Tattoo & Piercing.
Will my tattoo hurt?
Pain is relative and everyone has a different threshold for tolerance. Different areas give different sensations.
Some people will be honest and say yes, others will lie and say no. It really depends on what, where and who. Some compare it to a “hot, scratching” sensation. If it hurt that much though, would people really return time after time for tattoos?
How should I look after my tattoo?
Refer to the aftercare instructions that your tattooist will talk you through. Generally though, we recommend you cream your tattoo with Bepanthen at least twice a day, and to keep your tattoo wrapped with cling-film for a week or so in order to speed up the healing process.
What tattoo should I get?
This is a matter of personal taste and is completely down to you. Obviously it might not be smart to get something offensive in an uncovered place though…
Can I sun-bathe with a new tattoo?
It’s no secret tanning isn’t good for your skin anyway, but tanning is even worse for tattoos. Ultraviolet rays will drain the life out of your tattoo and turn them from brilliant to boring in no time.