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Getting a Tattoo without a parent?(minor)?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 00:19:45    Popularity:     

Tags: Tattoo  parent  minor  

So I turn 17 in the summer and I was thinking about getting a tattoo with my parents consent and was wondering how would it work because my mom said I can but she doesn’t wanna be there when it happens but she will sign a consent form and I heard you also

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either they go with you or you wait a year and do it yourself. she has to go there in person with you to sign the waiver.

Google "Tattoo laws" and a list will come up with the laws for every state.

Go from there.

Some states don't require much if anything to get a tattoo, others are much more strict.

You need to have the parent with you. With proof that they are your parent. Tattoo artists have been scammed too many times with letters "from my parents".

Atleast 1 parent has to remain with you at the studio at all times (since you have to be atleast 18 to be there yourself)

They usually have to sign papers work agreeing with you being tattooed, hand over their own proof that they are your parent and ID (usually license/passport) and your ID.

This has to be a parent, not an uncle/auntie or older friend etc. If your parent isn't going to agree to be there for the whole process then you are not getting a tattoo.

If anybody does agree to this without ID etc - I would say do not get the tattoo as problems can arise through this, Dodgy artist means dodgy tattoo!

And even if your area allows minors to be tattooed, doesn't mean every tattoo artist will tattoo you, they have the right to refuse.

No matter what, your parent has to be there.
What forms you need depends on where you are getting it done.
No matter what, you will need your birth certificate, your ID, and her ID.
Call the tattoo shop to see if they are willing to tattoo you, and if they are then ask what they will need for you to bring.
It may not be legal to tattoo a minor. Even if it is, the artist may not be ok with tattooing you. They can refuse a tattoo for any reason.

i would just go there and they will let you know what you need to do

Your parents can't consent because you are a minor. Chances are you will not get a licensed tattooist to do one because they could lose their business.

Laws are going to vary depending where you are. Talk to some local shops about what you would need to have IF they will even do a tattoo on a minor.



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