Legal status of tattooing in the United States - Wikipedia

In the United States there is no federal law regulating the practice of tattooing.However, all 50 states the District of Columbia have statutory laws requiring a person receiving a tattoo be at least 18 years old. This is partially based on the legal principle that a minor cannot enter into a legal contract or otherwise render informed consent for a procedure.Bodily location: Body suit, Cornea, Face, Genital, ……

For Parents & Minors — No Name Tattoo

A tattoo and/or body piercing is a big decision that requires proper aftercare and forethought. It is up to the parent to decide if their minor child can follow-through with the commitment after they have left the clean environment of our studio. This is not something to be decided by ……

BODY PIERCING AND TATTOOING OF MINORS

May 20, 2013 · At least 45 states have laws restricting minors from getting tattoos, while at least 38 states have laws restricting both body piercing and tattooing of minors. Seventeen states prohibit tattooing of minors regardless of parental consent, while three states do so for body piercing. These laws can be classified in the following ways:…

Can a minor get a tattoo? AnswersDrive

Can a minor get a tattoo? Tattooing of a Minor. Establishes that it is illegal to tattoo anyone under age 18. Body Piercing of a Minor. Requires prior written consent of a minor's parent or legal guardian to perform body piercing on anyone under age 18. See Full Answer. 2 More Answers.…