You can have your ears pierced from age 0 – 15 providing that you have parental consent. If you are aged 16 or over, you can have your ears pierced without your parent's consent. The following law applies whether you see a professional body piercer or get a friend to do your body piercing.
Herein, what do you need for a minor to get a piercing?
If you are under 18 years old, you will need to have a parent or legal guardian present, and provide the following information… MINORS: Minors must have a parent or legal guardian to be pierced/have jewelry changed/have piercings stretched. You must also provide proof of relationship.
Beside above, what age can you pierce your ears without parents?
What piercing can I get at 15?
Piercings for Minors
|Age ||Services Offered |
|13 to 15 years old ||Earlobes and Outer Ear/Helix Piercings |
|16 or 17 years old ||Earlobes and All Ear Cartilage Piercings Nostril and Septum Piercings Eyebrow Piercings Tongue and Lip Piercings, including Labret, Beauty Mark, & Philtrum Piercings Navel Piercings |
Why are parents against piercings?
Most parents discourage their children from things like facial piercings (and tattoos) because they leave a permanent mark that is difficult or impossible to remove. You can cover up tattoos on other parts of your body with clothes, but it's really hard to cover up a piercing scar on your face.