We believe that safe piercings should be accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of socioeconomic status. One of our goals as a studio is to provide affordable services while upholding high standards and paying our employees a reasonable, living wage. Transparency about pricing helps our clients to understand how much they should expect to pay and what they are paying for so they can better make decisions for themselves regarding their piercing services. The goal of this blog is to provide transparency for not only the initial cost of a piercing, but potential subsequent costs over time.
The final price of any service provided at Bink’s is dependent on two factors: the cost of the service (this covers set-up materials, tools, & labor and contributes to other overhead costs) and the cost of any jewelry purchased.
In addition to the initial price of the service & jewelry, piercing clients can expect to pay the cost of any aftercare products they choose and future additional jewelry costs for necessary downsizes. To make downsizing even more accessible we waive the jewelry change service fee for initial downsizes and cap the price of each initial standard piercing downsize at $20. We really want you to downsize your piercings so that they have a better chance of healing successfully!
It's also important to note that the cost of piercing supplies and jewelry is not static. As our manufacturers change their pricing, we may have to adjust our pricing to reflect that. That said, here are some cost breakdowns of what you can typically expect to pay for a new piercing with basic, high quality jewelry (think implant grade titanium balls & disks), organized by piercing:
Ultimately, the price of your service can vary significantly depending on the jewelry that you select. We carry a wide variety of options in different sizes, shapes, gems, and stones, as well as genuine gold jewelry in yellow, white, and rose tones. The above pricing is based on our most commonly used options in basic, implant grade titanium & niobium jewelry.
Here are some examples of piercings done with basic jewelry:
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The Association of Professional Piercers is a California-based, international non-profit organization dedicated to the dissemination of vital health and safety information about body piercing to piercers, health care professionals, legislators, and the general public. You can locate members of the APP by using their handy searchable database.