How to get an appointment?
All Wanna Do designs are unique and are only drawn and tattooed once.
Reserved Wanna Dos cannot be requested again. If you receive an answer to your request with a suggested date, you must notify us within the specified time so that you can reserve the motif.
The minimum age requirement to get a tattoo at our studio is 18 years.
Is there a way to get a consultation appointment?
Consultation appointments are not possible for organizational reasons. On this website and at instagram.com/bunami.ink you can find inspiration and get a good impression of what to expect. A deviation from this style is impossible. Should you still have questions, e.g. from your personal or health situation, you are welcome to send your questions by email to shop @ bunami.ink.
Can I bring an accompanying person?
Accompanying persons are not permitted due to the pandemic until further notice. You are welcome to be accompanied to the studio, but it is not possible for your companion to stay in the studio.
What should I consider on the day of my appointment?
Please make sure that the part of the body to be tattooed is not provided with pressure points. Therefore, I recommend loose-fitting clothing on the part of the body to be tattooed.
It is important that you have energy: this means that you are well rested. Please eat and drink enough (but no coffee / tea) before your tattoo appointment. It is also important not to consume any blood-thinning medication or beverages containing caffeine on that day.
Whether your tattoo needs to be re-engraved depends, among other things, on your skin and / or care. If, after healing, you should find that it needs to be re-pierced, it will work as follows: The re-piercing will be carried out at my discretion (as necessary). Please contact me within 2 months of your appointment with an appointment request for the re-engraving. Please send me a photo of the area to be re-engraved so that I can estimate the scope. Should the healing process go badly due to grossly negligent treatment of the wound, I reserve the right not to pierce your tattoo or not to pierce it free of charge. You can find the care information in my care instructions at the bottom of the page.
A blow-out means that the color in the skin "runs out". This can never be ruled out and depends on your connective tissue. Unfortunately, the risk of a blow-out cannot be excluded in advance.
Everything you need to know and need is available from the studio. You don't have to get anything yourself in advance. You can find the care instructions as PDF and video below on this page, you will also receive them in printed form at your appointment.
How much does a tattoo cost?
The answer to your Wanna Do request contains an exact price estimate as well as all the necessary information about your appointment.
Delay / cancellation
If you cannot keep your appointment for any reason, this should be communicated in good time (at least 14 days before your appointment) and I will try to find an alternative date for you as soon as possible. This only applies to the current booking period and not to guest spots. If you completely cancel your appointment and postponing it is not an option, the amount already paid will be forfeited.
If you do not show up or if you are very late (> 20 minutes), the amount already paid and the right to an appointment also expire. That's why it's all the more important to communicate with me early on in case something very important comes up.
I recommend not getting a tattoo when:
• Taking cortisone and / or antibiotics (up to 5 days before your tattoo appointment)
• Vaccination in the past 48 hours
• Neurodermatitis or hives on the area to be tattooed (this applies to open wounds and irritated skin only in the desired position)
• Sunburn on the area to be tattooed
Does the tattoo look exactly like the sketch?
The tattoos will always look a little different than the design on paper. There may be deviations depending on the skin texture and positioning. An exact preview of the result cannot be simulated.
Are allergies or other complications possible?
Despite maintaining the highest possible hygiene, complications can arise. Allergic reactions and inflammation are possible. The risk of infection cannot be ruled out either. Correct care of the tattoo is also part of avoiding it. You will receive printed care instructions from me after your appointment.
Failure of the tattoo artist
If I cannot keep the appointment for health reasons, I will contact you immediately and give you a new appointment proposal.
All images and drawings (e.g. the images labeled Wanna Do) on this website and instagram.com/bunami.ink are protected by copyright. Copying the motifs with the purpose of having them tattooed in another tattoo studio is a criminal act according to § 106 UrhG which can be punished with a fine or imprisonment. Please also consider whether you would like to be tattooed by someone who is trying to earn money with stolen motifs. Wearing a fake on your skin is especially not a good feeling when asked about it.
I also wrote a blog post on the subject of copies, you can find the post here:
Hygiene & protection of your health
Understanding and strict compliance with hygiene standards is the basis of the work of all employees and artists in the BUNAMI INK studio. After each session, the work areas are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected by the employee. The cleaning of the work area is recorded in a plan that is continuously checked.
On November 27, 2008, the new German tattoo agent regulation of November 13, 2008 was published in the Federal Law Gazette. The regulation entered into force on May 1, 2009. The regulation ensures that the use of harmful ingredients is finally banned. In our work, we extend this regulation by rejecting colors and materials that contain animal ingredients or that have been tested on animals.
Materials and environment
We only use vegan ink and the highest quality disposable materials that are disposed of after each session.
As far as possible and available, we use recyclable single-use materials made from renewable raw materials. But only if they can be used as safely and hygienically as conventional disposable materials without any restrictions.