Tattoos. Some people have this impression that if you have one, you’re automatically on the wrong side of the curb, an outlaw, a starving artist, or basically an attention-hungry individual who hasn’t quelled the pubescent rebel within. “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” the old adage goes, and more often than not, people with body art are the ones who actually make it. That scary-looking bloke that just passed by with a portrait of the Grim Reaper all over his right arm? He probably was just promoted to some executive position.

If you’re planning to get inked, take a look at our Release Forms. Filling out one of these could be one of the things you need to do before Mr. Tattoo Artist puts that “unique” tattoo on your neck.

Free Tattoo Release Form Example

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Minor Tattoo Release Form

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General Tattoo Release Form

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Printable Tattoo Release Form

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Tattoo Shop Release Form Sample

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You thought that ink complements your skin, sure, but there are a handful of things you still need to consider. For instance, you absolutely cannot leave your skin art healing on its own. There are aftercare instructions, and the tattoo artist should let you know about it. If there are things you do not quite get, by all means, ask, ask, and ask. Keep asking; no one is going to hurt you, and it is your right to do so as a customer. Make sure the communication between you and the artist is crystal clear.

The artist should turn you down as well if you are:

  • Under the influence of a narcotic or alcohol
  • Lactating
  • Diabetic
  • Epileptic
  • Suffering from a skin condition
  • A recipient of an organ transplant

You can check out our Picture Release Forms if you want to get an idea of how the waiver looks like and know more about the specifications.

Tattoo Studio Release Form

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Tattoo Medical Release Form

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Tattoo Model Release Form

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Tattoo Apprentice Release Form

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Tattoo Artist Release Form

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So you’ve already made up your mind. Go hit that dial pad, call the tattoo studio for an appointment, and make it days before to give room for necessary adjustments. Take note of the date and time, and if something comes up or if you think you have any sort of illness, let the artist know about it in advance. A simple fever can actually lead to a complication, in case you did not know. It can slow down your tattoo’s healing process, as well as spread a disease. Drink gallons of water the day before the session. Not coffee, not energy drink, but water. Caffeinated beverages will not only make you restless, but can also thin your blood, which is not cool.

And please, do not forget to bring the reference material. And yes, it will hurt. These procedures are supposed to hurt.

If you wish to know more about the release forms but are not in the mood to read since you are still feeling smug about your getting a tattoo, you might want to check Video Release Forms instead.

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