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What is the legal tattoo age in Nevada?

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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.

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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.

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