Tattoo consent forms are documents which should be used by tattoo artists or tattooists for their clients prior to providing their services and putting masterfully creative arts using permanent inks. The purpose of having this document is to ensure that the client is fully aware of the procedure along with its complications and the laws which are regulated by the State in lieu of receiving tattoos. Moreover, the form is also a required document which must be approved and signed by the parents or legal guardian of a minor who wants to get a tattoo.

Laser Tattoo Treatment Consent Form – A laser tattoo treatment is not the same as tattooing, rather it is a type of medical treatment for removing the tattoos. For this, a laser tattoo treatment consent form should first be signed by the patient or client of a tattooist who is legally cleared and permitted to execute the procedure. In the form, the patient’s name and the date of the first treatment session will be stated along with the patient’s and a witness’s signature. Other contents of the form which are not to be filled out are intended to explain the benefits and risks of the procedure, as well as the medical and health conditions of the patient which can be affected in the process of the treatment.

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Minor Tattoo Consent Form – There are three sections in this form type. The first section is intended to be completed by the minor who will be getting the tattoo. The minor’s name, date of birth, address, and signature will be the data which must be disclosed by the minor. On the other hand, the second section is for the information of the minor’s parent and must be filled out by the parent himself. After the parent completes the required entries, a notary public must positively identify him as the parent of the minor and should affix a seal to the document in order to prove that the parent and the minor’s identities have been verified. And lastly, the tattoo shop operator will also need to fill out the form, specifically the third section to record his name and license number, as well as the name of his shop or establishment and its license number. The type of procedure to be given to the minor, the location of the body where the procedure will be performed, and the signature of the operator will also be included in the form.

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Natural Henna Tattoo Parental Consent Form – Henna tattoos are temporary tattoos and will be removed or fade within a minimum of a week, depending on the ingredients, the aftercare, and the skin type of the bearer. Although henna tattoos are not permanent and do not come with painful procedures to go through, henna tattoo artists must still use a consent form, especially if their clients are students participating in a school festival or event. In this form, the student’s name and the signature of the student’s parent or carer will be needed along with the date of when the consent was given.

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Tattoo Consent Release Form – Compared to the aforementioned forms, this document is not for explaining details about procedures and risks, rather it is for documenting the affirmation of the client towards the information that he received from the tattooist. The form will also indicate the willingness of the client in getting the tattoo regardless of the risks that will be facing and dealing with during and after the tattoo procedure.

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  • Client information: This section of the form must have the general information of the client such as his name, date of birth and address. In addition, a separate section or area for minor clients can also be added into the form, especially if the consent form is intended for both adults and minors.
  • Procedure description: This is where the client will be able to know more information about the tattoo procedure such as what design he is getting, which area the tattoo will be placed, the measurements of the tattoo, and the colors and other preferences which must be made known to the tattooist.
  • Client agreement: It is important that the client will agree to the rules and regulations, and the terms and conditions set out by the tattooist. Additionally, this section of the form should also state the client’s responsibilities such as the particular actions and medications to be taken and be avoided as the tattoo heals, and the financial obligations which must be met within a specified period of time.
  • Acknowledgment of risks statement: Getting a permanent tattoo can be risky to anyone since there can be the possibility for acquiring open wounds, infections, and allergic reactions which can also lead to death if left untreated. This is the reason why in a tattoo consent form, an acknowledgment of risks statement must be included which will document the client’s agreement and understanding of the risk accompanying the tattoo procedure.
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No, different States have varying laws regarding allowing minors to have tattoos. Currently, about 90% of the States consider minor tattooing illegal regardless of the presentation of a minor tattoo consent form signed by the parent of the minor.

Yes, if the client is a minor or if it is a minor being tattooed. On the other hand, if the client is an adult, then there is no need for a notary public to sign the form.

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To conclude, tattoo consent forms not only document the approval of a tattoo client since it also serves as an information form which allows the client to be aware of the tattoo process, the complications, his obligations, and his options. Furthermore, after consent forms are signed, tattooists and artists should keep their documents for a minimum of three years after the service is conducted.

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