Are you going to get a new tattoo? But don’t know about the tattoo cost or don’t have any Idea? Don’t worry, I’ve developed a Tattoo Cost calculator for you. This calculator will help you to calculate your expected design cost within 5 seconds.
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Also, below I’ve described how this calculator is working. So you will get a proper idea about tattoo cost estimating.
Estimate Tattoo cost/price chart
Name Of tattoos
$50 to $100
Up to $1000
up to $5000
$100 to 350
$260 to $600
$400 to $700
$50 or under $100
Full Chest Tattoo
up to $1200
$80 to $500
$700 to $1200
$560 to $900
Hip / Leg Tattoo
$560 to $890
$400 to $800
$300 to $700
$650 to $1000
$200 to $600
$250 to $550
$260 to $700
Up to $40,000
Up to $1,00,000
How does this tattoo cost calculator work?
In a previous post, I described everything about tattoo cost estimating. If you have read that post, you know that mainly tattoo costs are fixed by hourly rates. Also, design complications, Artist experience, color, etc, affect the price.
But, as a general person, you don’t know about estimated hours according to design size and type. For this problem, I built the calculator in such a way that you don’t need to input estimated hours.
The Calculator can estimate Tattoo price according to, your location, Design color, Size (probable), Artist experience, Body Position, etc.
Below I’ve explained these features.
If you are living in a city in the USA, the price can be a little different from one city to another city. So I’ve listed Top city in my calculator, for the remaining kept “out of these” option. Cause these don’t affect a huge difference.
Generally, the Black design price is a little lower than the color design. So it is important, whether your selected design is full black or colored?
If you are planning a Tiny size tattoo, its price is almost the same as different Colors, City, Body Position, even Artist Experience. But, Small and Large Size prices are different when estimating.
So, you have to select that, whether your design is Tiny, Small, or large?
How Much Does a Half-Sleeve Tattoo Cost?
Half-sleeve tattoos are becoming more and more popular, but what about the cost? Do they really cost as much as you think? Here’s a breakdown of the prices for half-sleeve tattoos, based on the size and location.
Half-sleeve tattoos cost different based on the size
There are a few different types of half-sleeve tattoos. For example, a small-sleeve tattoo will cost less than a full-sleeve tattoo. A medium-sleeve tattoo will cost about the same as a large-sleeve tattoo. And, finally, a very large-sleeve tattoo will cost more than a small-sleeve tattoo.
In general, the prices for half-sleeve tattoos vary based on the size and location of the tattoo.
Half-sleeve tattoos cost different based on the location
Half-sleeve tattoos cost differently based on the location. They can cost anywhere from $300 to $600. However, the most expensive half-sleeve tattoos typically cost between $450 and $1500.
What is the average price for a half-sleeve tattoo?
The average price for a half-sleeve tattoo is $600-$1000. This varies depending on the location, size, and type of tattoo. For example, a small half-sleeve tattoo can cost as little as $300, while a large half-sleeve can cost up to $1500.
The cost of a half-sleeve tattoo in the US
Half-sleeve tattoos cost between $500 and $1000. This is a significant price difference depending on the size and location of the tattoo. For example, a half-sleeve tattoo in New York City costs $450-$1500. A half-sleeve tattoo in Los Angeles costs more, but it’s also a larger tattoo. In addition, half-sleeve tattoos can be smaller or larger than traditional tattoos, so you’ll have to decide what’s best for your style.
The cost of a half-sleeve tattoo in other countries.
Here is a list of the prices for half-sleeve tattoos in other countries:
1. United States: The average price for a half-sleeve tattoo is $500.
2. Canada: The average price for a half-sleeve tattoo is $600.
3. Europe: The average price for a half-sleeve tattoo is $650.
4. Australia: The average price for a half-sleeve tattoo is $700.
5. South Africa: The average price for a half-sleeve tattoo is $600.
There are various tattoos. the exact price is tough to guess due to the design, size, and place. I tried to inform you of an idea about the estimated tattoo price.
Tattoo Estimated Price depend on Inch
8 inch tattoo price $550 – 800$
5-inch tattoo size $120 – $400
4-inch tattoo size price – $100-$400
3 inch tattoo size price – $40-$100
2.5-inch tattoos size price -$15-$80
Permanent Tattoo Price
The price of a permanent tattoo is dependent on the size and complexity of the design, but it can range anywhere from $100 to $1000 or more.
Artist’s skill affects a huge difference in Tattoo cost. Cause, 5 years skilled and a 1 year skilled Artist’s hourly rate never the same.
It is important that how many years of experienced Master will design your tattoo.
Body position is the most important factor when you want to estimate your tattoo price. (Especially for this Calculator) Cause, already I have said, this calculator will calculate price from a few important things without hours input.
In which position you want to put your design, and how much estimated time needs for that, the Calculator knows as well. So here I’ve mentioned all body positions, where you can draw a design.
Note: Tiny Tattoo price is not variable as position. And it isn’t calculated as the hourly rate.
Actually, it isn’t a hugely important matter for this calculator. But if you think your design is complicated you can select the check box.
Summary of The calculator
The calculator has developed in a little different way for Hour input limitation. So its features may seem a bit different to you. But, it can output 95% exact results.
And if you want to know details about tattoo costing don’t miss that post I’ve mentioned for you above.
And if you have any questions about Calculate or this Calculator, feel free to put them in the comment box.
An Important Note For Newbie:
Don’t bargain with artists for the price, It’s insulting. If the artist says that’s what it costs then that’s what you pay.
Remember, you will get what you are going to pay. You should look at their work, instead of wasting time.