Body piercing clients must be 18 years of age unless they have consent from the minor’s parent, guardian, or managing conservator (we’ll use the term “parent” in the FAQs).
Considering this, what piercings can you get at 16 in Texas?
We are here to provide you with nothing less than the best piercing available.
- 14yr+ Navel. Eyebrow. Nostril. Ear Cartilage. Tragus.
- 16yr+ Lip (any) Conch. Rook. Snug. Daith.
- 18yr+ Septum. Nipple. Genitals. Dermal Anchors. Surface piercings. Industrial. Tongue.
In this manner, can a 13 year old get a nose piercing in Texas?
– Minors aged 14-18: Written consent from parent or legal guardian for body piercing, PLUS a parent or legal guardian must be present during the procedure. – NO TATTOOS OR BODY PIERCING FOR MINORS UNDER 14.
How old do you have to be to get a piercing without parental consent in Texas?
Piercings you must be 18 years of age or 14 years of age with parental consent. PER THE STATE OF TEXAS, ANY MINOR GETTING A PIERCING MUST HAVE ONE OF EACH OF THE FOLLOWING, NO EXCEPTIONS: 1.
14 years of age or older with parental consent and proper identification
- Earlobe piercings (no larger than 10 gauge)
- Ear cartilage piercings.
- Navel piercings.
- Facial piercings.
- Oral piercings.
Some would say that 14 years old is still too young to have a piercing done. Ultimately, the laws are left up to each state to decide what is legal. Even though it may be legal in your state for your teenager to have her nose pierced, you still may not feel that she is ready.
Texas. Minors need written consent and the presence of the parent or legal guardian to receive a tattoo. … An adult needs proof of parentage or guardianship.
Getting a tattoo at 13 years old is not common, nor is it easy. Many states require that a minor be tattooed by a licensed physician, or at least in the presence of one. A 13 year old can get a tattoo legally in 22 states (listed above) with written parental consent.
If you are under the age of 18 and would like to have your ears pierced in California, you will need prior written approval from your parent or legal guardian, and a parent or legal guardian must be present during the body piercing procedure.