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Before Coming In (and Getting Pierced)

No Appointment Necessary

We do not require appointments for our piercing services, but ask anyone who wants to be pierced to be in at least one hour prior to closing—and maybe even earlier on weekends. We can get pretty busy, so please be patient if we let you know there may be a bit of a wait. We try to take our time with everyone!

Bring Valid ID

We require clients have proper identification every visit—even if you’ve shown it on a previous trip. For more information about our ID policies, including what forms are acceptable, please visit our ID Info and Policies page.

Eat First

We request that all clients have eaten a meal within four hours prior to any service—even inserting jewelry or stretching a piercing—as this lessens the risk of becoming nauseous or faint. If you haven’t eaten before coming in to get pierced, we will probably send you out to get food. It helps. Really.

Arrive Sober

We require all clients be sober and drug-free for any piercing. We will not offer any of our services to anyone impaired by alcohol or drugs.

Be Flexible

Not all piercings work for all people. If we tell you that the piercing or procedure you’re asking for won’t work for you, please understand we are trying to ensure you leave the studio with a healthy piercing with a good chance of healing. We don’t like to turn away clients, but we will decline to do a piercing we feel strongly has little chance of long-term success.

Call Ahead

Lastly, while we don’t require appointments, if you’re coming in for a more extensive piercing–or would like to request a particular piercer—you may want to call ahead to make sure there is a piercer scheduled who can accommodate you. Also, the different piercers at Infinite have different experience with different piercings, and less-common or more advanced piercings may not be offered by all piercers at all times. This includes several female genital piercings: triangle piercings, Princess Albertinas, and clitoris piercings—not the clitoral hood, but the actual clitoris; check here if you are unsure of the difference—and several male piercings: ampallang, apadravya and dydoe piercings.

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