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Does my tattoo license allow me to tattoo at a customer's home? No. Conventional tattooing and cosmetic tattooing, including permanent makeup and microblading, may only be practiced at a licensed tattoo establishment.
Beginning in 2013, the State of Florida is requiring all tattoo artists and tattoo establishments to have a license. The licensing is being managed by the Florida Department of Health (FDOH), and you must be 18 or older to apply.
Home tattooing is not safe and can put you at risk of serious infections. Performing home tattoos on yourself or your friends may be illegal in some cases. Getting a tattoo overseas (even in a professional tattoo shop) may not be safe.
The State of Florida has mandated under Chapter 64E-28, Florida Administrative Code, that no one under the age of 16 years old may get tattooed. Anyone that is 16 or 17 years of age must receive consent as documented and notarized on the state-mandated form linked below.
Beginning in 2013, the State of Florida is requiring all tattoo artists and tattoo establishments to have a license. The licensing is being managed by the Florida Department of Health (FDOH), and you must be 18 or older to apply.
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Licensure of the tattoo artist requires submission of a completed Application for Tattoo Artist License with the required $60.00 fee; a copy of a government-issued photo identification confirming the applicant is at least 18 years of age; and documentation of completing a Florida Department of Health approved, industry ...
A person that tattoos the body of any human being is required to obtain a license as a tattoo artist, the exception to this is a person licensed to practice medicine or dentistry under chapter 458, chapter 459, or chapter 466 who performs tattooing exclusively for medical or dental purposes.
Home tattooing is not safe and can put you at risk of serious infections. Performing home tattoos on yourself or your friends may be illegal in some cases. Getting a tattoo overseas (even in a professional tattoo shop) may not be safe.
Yes. Regardless of whether you charge a fee, tattooing may only be practiced in a licensed tattoo establishment by a licensed tattoo artist.
Licensure of the tattoo artist requires submission of a completed Application for Tattoo Artist License with the required $60.00 fee; a copy of a government-issued photo identification confirming the applicant is at least 18 years of age; and documentation of completing a Florida Department of Health approved, industry ...

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