How to Become a Licensed Tattoo Artist in the United States
How to Become a Licensed Tattoo Artist
Licensed Tattoo Artist: Rules and regulations for body art industry vary from state to state, and from county to county, but there are a few basic guidelines that can give you an idea of what you need to do to become a licensed tattoo artist. You must check with your licensing agency for their most updated requirement.
- Check minimum requirements for your State/County/Local Licensing Agency.
- Some local licensing agency requires having minimum experience. You must comply with it by having apprenticeship or working experience.
- Get required Bloodborne Pathogens & infection Control training (All most all States/County requires annual training). Some do require CPR/First Aid training.
- Apply for license with required fees and documents.
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California Counties Approval/Accepted (Full List): Approved By Los Angeles, Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, Sacramento County, Fresno County, Stanislaus County, Solano County, Amador County, Nevada County, Kern County, Butte County, Ventura County, and Yolo County (Approved for all major counties in California)
Bloodborne Pathogens Requirement for LA County California: You must take LA County approved course.