The Tattoo Society Liverpool

At the Tattoo Society, we offer a wide range of piercing options for ears, face and body.

Piercing is carried out by experienced male and female piercers in purpose-built hygienic dedicated piercing rooms. Only high quality titanium Jewellery is used and the cost of any change down in jewellery is included in the cost of the piercing. All Piercings are done on a Walk In basis, no appointment is required. Discounts are available on multiple piercings please ask for details.

Rest assured our piercers are highly trained and experienced professionals who prioritize your comfort and safety.
We can’t wait to help you find the perfect piercing to express your unique style.

Price List

Bridge – £35
Belly Button/Navel – £40
Eyebrow – £30
Nostril/Nose – £25
Septum – £35
Labret (Lower Lip) – £30
Monroe (Upper Lip) -£35
Medusa (Philtrum) – £45


Vertical Labret – £40
Nipple – £35 (Each)
Earlobes – £20 (Each)
Tragus – £25
Conch – £25
Daith – £30
Rook – £30
Industrial – £50
Helix – £25

Piecings by

Aaron Lockley

Aaron is an experience piercer who pride himself on precise hygienic piercings.
He only uses the best quality equipment and Jewellery to ensure you have the best possible piercing experience.

Aaron gives extensive aftercare advice to ensure you have the knowledge to allow your piercing to heal perfectly

Piercing Hygiene and Aftercare


Piercing hygiene and aftercare are extremely important for both the healing process and overall health of your piercing. It is essential to keep your piercing clean and free from bacteria to prevent infection.

To care for a new piercing, it is recommended to clean the area with a saline solution or soap and water a few times a day. Avoid touching the piercing unnecessarily and make sure to wash your hands before and after cleaning. It is also important to avoid changing the jewellery or playing with the piercing while it is healing.

If you notice any redness, swelling, or discharge around the piercing, it may be a sign of infection. In this case, it is important to contact to us or a healthcare professional for treatment.

Proper aftercare and hygiene can help ensure that your piercing heals properly and stays healthy for the long term.


All Piercings are done on a Walk In basis, no appointment is required.

Only high quality titanium Jewellery is used and the cost of any change down in jewellery is included in the cost of the piercing.

Piercing is carried out by experienced  piercers in purpose-built hygienic dedicated piercing rooms.   

Discounts are available on multiple piercings please ask for details.

Drink, drugs, contraindications medical conditions both for tattoos and piercings.

We will not  pierce anyone under the influence of alcohol or drugs, we also reserve the right to refuse piercing without explanation. Before a piercing a consent form must be completed, the consent form contains a list of medical conditions, if you have one or more of these conditions then it is not advisable to have the piercing without the written advice of your doctor.

There are certain contraindications to tattooing and you should seek the advice of your tattoo artist or GP Doctor, if you have any of the following:

Impetigo, Cellulitis, Eczema, Psoriasis

Heart disease/disorders, Haemophilia, Low or High blood pressure

Epilepsy, Diabetes

HIV, Hepatitis B/C

Conditions which compromise the immune system, Conditions that may cause haemorrhaging e.g leukaemia

Conditions which may cause excessive bleeding

Allergies to metals(including Nickel), Latex, antiseptics, adhesive dressings or topical dressings and medicines.

You are undergoing a course of medication or medical treatment.

You are pregnant or breast feeding.

You are taking Aspirin or other medicines that thin the blood.

You suffer from any other condition through which your health may be compromised when receiving a piercing.

Risks from Piercings

Known (potential) Risks Associated with Piercing:

  • Scarring, Blood Poisoning(Septicaemia)
  • Jewellery Embedding/Migration
  • Localised Infection, Allergic Reactions to Jewellery
  • Localised Swelling & Trauma
  • Tongue Piercing May lead to swelling, choking & restriction of the airway. Tooth/Gum Damage (if applicable)
Does it hurt?

The discomfort felt varies from piercing to piercing and from person to person. With all piercing there is a moment of discomfort, but normally the pressure of the clamps used to lightly pinch the skin is the worst part of it.


A piercing will hurt far more post piercing if it has been anaesthetised beforehand, and will also take longer to heal. As the pain level is so minimal, we prefer not to use it as it actually impairs the healing of the piercing.

How long does it take to heal?


Healing times will vary but here are some indicative healing times:

Ear Lobe, Eyebrow and Septum 

Ear Cartilage and Nostril


Lips and Cheeks



6-8 Weeks 

2 Months to 1 Year

4 -8 Weeks

6 to 12 Weeks

2 to 6 Months

4 Months to 1 Year


How soon can I change my piercing?

This varies depending on the individual piercing, and you will be given a guidance when pierced.  Also changing a piercing too soon is never advised.

How old do I have to be to be pierced?

We adopt the policy that you must be 17+ to consent to a piercing.

Whilst there are no legal guidelines for piercings other than ear piercing and Piercing of anyone under 16(in non intimate areas) can be performed with parental consent. Insurance companies now require that anyone between 14 and 17 must have parental consent.

We reserve the right to refuse if we think you are physically underdeveloped for a piercing, or that you aren’t mature or responsible enough for it, we will decline to pierce you even with parental consent.

If your are 17 or older but don’t look it we strongly recommended you bring photo I.D (Recent Passport or Driving License) to prove your age. ID will be inspected closely.

What do I do if I have a problem with my piercing?

Come back and see us, we’re never to busy to check on the progress or healing of your piercing, and provide you with advice and guidance. 

Piercing Aftercare

It’s important you follow our instructions closely and you will have no problems. Healing of a piercing requires a lot of care and attention. Neglect them or abuse them and they can become infected and/or take a lot longer to heal.

The aftercare advice we give is based on years of experience with piercing, and after you are pierced we will go through what you need to do to look after your piercing and we also provide you with a detailed aftercare sheet which is summarised below.

Bleeding following a piercing is common and can happen for up to two weeks after the piercing is done, bruising and slight swelling is also common along with white/clear discharge, however should the piercings become overly swollen, tight and secretes a brown/yellow discharge then efforts should be made to return to the piercer ASAP for them to check and advise from there.
The piercing should be left alone during the healing period and no attempt should be made to remove the jewellery, hands should be clean if you must touch the piercings and efforts must be made to avoid sleeping on piercings as well as keeping hair and clothes from catching and tangling in the piercing.
To clean, sterile saline must be used and applied up to 2/3 times a day directly to the piercing, once this has been done, pat dry with a clean paper towel and make sure the area is not too wet. Should the area crust or scab, allow them to natural come off and do not attempt to manually remove them.
Cleaning solutions such as spirits, antibacterial soaks and homemade remedies are not recommended as they can irritate the area and become detrimental to the healing. Only cleaning solutions recommended by the piercer should be used.
Titanium, niobium & 14ct gold and above is recommended for healing piercings as these contain the least impurities, once healed high quality jewellery is always recommended as reactions can occur when using low grade/costume jewellery.

If you have any concerns about your piercing please contact us.