The legal age to get a tattoo in Nevada is 18 years old. Teenagers between the ages of 14 and 18 can get a tattoo with the consent of their parents.
In addition to having minimum age requirements to get a tattoo at a tattoo shop in Nevada, there are minimum age requirements for children that can be in a tattoo shop. Children under the age of 14 are not allowed in tattoo facilities, even if under the supervision of a parent. Tattoo shops can set even more strict rules and regulations to prevent any children under the age of 18 entering.Learn More
The five largest cities of Nevada by population are Las Vegas, Henderson, Reno, North Las Vegas and Sparks, in order of decreasing population. As of the 2010 U.S. Census, Las Vegas has a population of 583,756 people, Henderson has a population of 257,729 people, Reno has a population of 225,221 people, North Las Vegas has a population of 216,961 people, and Sparks has a population of 90,264 people.Full Answer >
Nevada contains many unique natural resources, such as copper, gold, silver, tungsten and mercury. Lake Tahoe, in western Nevada, is a major natural source of the state's water. In eastern Nevada, the limestone geology adds to the expansive wealth of the state's natural resources. Nevada also boasts mines for various mineral deposits.Full Answer >
According to the AAA Tattoo Directory, Nevada is a regulated state, which means there are laws regarding tattoo equipment, artists and customers; however, each county has different regulations regarding health permits. Karen L. Hudson of Tat2 Guru states that the tattoo age of consent in Nevada is 18. According to the Southern Nevada Health District, the minimum age to get a tattoo with parental consent is 14.Full Answer >
Two physical features in Nevada are the Bonneville Salt Flats near the western edge of the desert range and in the north just east of Salt Lake City, the Wasatch and Uinta mountains. Nevada has a unique landscape.Full Answer >