For those 18+ older, you’ll just need your valid state/government issued photo ID. We will need your ID present every time you get pierced!
For those under the age of 18, please read ALL the information that pertains to piercing minors below.
If you are 18+ older, you must have one of the following valid forms of identification:
1) Driver’s License
2) State Identification Card
Please read ALL of this information that pertains to piercing minors! If you have any questions after reading these requirements, feel free to contact the studio for further information. We do not do any piercings on anyone under the age of 18 without parental/legal guardian consent. Piercing a minor without their consent is both illegal and unethical. The following policies are intended to protect minors, their parents, our staff, and studio:
-If you are 13 or younger, we will only perform earlobe piercings on you with parent/legal guardian consent. We offer earlobe piercings on minors as young as 7 years old, but it is definitely a case-by-case basis. In some instances, the piercer may decide to not pierce the minor at all and they will discuss their reasoning with the parent/legal guardian. A consultation is recommended for minors between 7-10 years of age, and there is a 24 hour waiting period once the consultation is complete to be pierced. Once the consultation is completed, you may then schedule an appointment to pierced at a later date; We do not perform the consultation and piercing on the same day. For minor earlobe piercings, we will just need the minors birth certificate (original, hard copy, or electronic copy), and the parent or legal guardian present with their valid state identification card or driver's license.
-If you are 14-17 years of age, we will perform most ear, nose, lip, eyebrow, and navel piercings with parent/legal guardian consent. If you are under the age of 18, you must have a documented parent/legal guardian present, and you must have one of the following two acceptable ID and documentation requirements below:
1) Your child's state identification card or driver's license (must have matching last names and the same address as the parent/legal guardian), and the parent/legal guardian present with their state identification card or driver's license.
2) If your child does not have a state identification card or driver's license, we will need a photo ID (i.e. passport, school ID, yearbook, Greencard), their birth certificate (original, hard copy, or electronic copy), and the parent/legal guardian present with their valid state identification card or driver's license.