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TATTOOING

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Assembly Bill 99 & Assembly Bill 186 requires practitioners of ear/body piercing, tattooing and permanent cosmetic application to register with their County health department and comply with standards adopted by the California Department of Health Services.


Existing law makes it a misdemeanor to ear/body pierce, tattoo or apply permanent cosmetics to a person under the age of 18 years, unless accompanied by that person's parent or guardian or as directed by a notarized statement by that person's parent or guardian.



Links to the web pages of all the California Counties' Health Departments can be found at:
www.healthguideusa.org



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