Getting a body piercing
There’s no specific age for you to be able to get other types of body piercings. If you‘re under 18, you can agree to be pierced without your parents’ consent if you‘re capable of forming a sound and reasoned decision.
Then, how old do you have to be to get a piercing in Australia?
In the Australian Capital Territory, Northern Territory and Queensland, teenagers under 18 years can get body-piercings as long as they can make a sound and reasonable judgment. In Western Australia, teenagers under 18 years can get body-piercings with their parents’ permission.
In respect to this, what piercings can you get at 13?
Piercings for Minors
- Ear Lobe Piercings. For ages 8 and up. …
- Cartilage Piercings (Helix) For ages 13 and up. …
- Bellybutton (Navel) For ages 13 and up. …
- Nose (Nostril) For ages 16 and up.
Can you get a tattoo at 17 with parental consent in Qld?
In Queensland you need to be 18 to get a tattoo. You are not able to get a tattoo while you are under 18, even if you have parental consent.
– 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. – Parent or legal guardian must be present with minors when in a tattoo/piercing shop AT ALL TIMES.
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.
Children Ages 16-17: Various Cartilage, Nostrils, Navels. For teens ages 16 & 17, in addition to earlobes, we can also offer various cartilage piercings like tragus and conch (and others!), and nostril piercings. These longer healing piercings (generally 6+ months) take a little more maturity to successfully heal.
Piercing Age Restrictions
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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.
Conant included two states that flat-out ban tattoos for minors: California and Maine. Requires written, notarized consent of a minor’s parent or legal guardian in order to tattoo a minor.