What are the age requirements to get a tattoo?

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Every state in the United States has different age requirements to get a tattoo. In most states, you have to be at least 18. Some states will allow minors to get a tattoo as long as the parent gives consent, but that minor also has to be a certain age. As an example, in Florida, it is illegal for anyone under the age of 16 to get a tattoo. Three states, Washington DC, North Dakota, and New Mexico, are unregulated areas. There are no age restrictions in those three states, only regulations on equipment.
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