Office of Tattooing, Body Piercing & Branding

Practitioners and establishments, licensed by the Office, who offer the "microblading" service, must comply with licensing, safety and sanitation requirements of Chapter 324 of the Missouri Revised Statutes and Title 20, Division 2267 of the Code of State Regulations as such relates to their licensed professions as tattoo, body piercer and branding practitioners and establishments.…

Missouri Division of Professional Registration

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How to Become a Piercer HowStuffWorks

Spend at least six months as an apprentice Before you can be a piercer, you'll need six months to a year of supervised work as an apprentice. Your senior or training piercer will make sure you perform all piercings the right way and teach you the proper techniques for each type of piercing [source: APP].…

Pursuing Piercing as a Profession Painfulpleasures Inc

Becoming a Professional Piercer Pursuing piercing as a profession involves getting the right education--preferably through a piercing apprenticeship--figuring out if you can make enough money as a piercer to pay your bills, getting the certifications you need, finding a job, securing the right supplies, and promoting yourself and your services.…