You have to be 18+ with an ID to get pierced.
You must bring your Driver’s License, Passport, DMV non driver I.D., or DMW photo permit.
Please note, we only pierce minors 16 and up except for ear lobe piercings. We start children's ear lobes at age 5 and up. We will need the following:
Photo identification is required for BOTH the parent and/or legal guardian and the minor getting pierced.
Examples of forms of I.D.s for minors: DMV I.D., DMV photo permit, Passport, or School photo I.D.
We also will need the original copy of the minor's birth certificate (Long Form Birth Certificate) to be present.
Other things to note:
Legal guardians will need official paperwork as proof.
If the parent has a different last name than the minor, we will need paperwork for that.
Kids' Ear Piercings
Getting your little one's ears pierced should be a safe and fun experience!
Ages 5 and up only. At these ages they generally have developed the maturity to walk confidently through the process and care for their new piercings responsibly. However, every child is different and the age at which they become ready can vary greatly. We insist on letting them make that decision.
Please note: Piercing guns may seem to be a quick, easy, and convenient way of creating holes, but they actually have major drawbacks in terms of sterility, tissue damage, and inappropriate jewelry design.*
Here's what we offer: the right way, the first time.
We use sterile single-use piercing needles. This is the cleanest and most gentle way to pierce ears. There are many factors that go into a successful ear piercing. Angle, depth, and accuracy are a few of the technical factors that we take into account. To ensure that the piercings are done correctly and skillfully the first time, we pierce ears one at a time.