18. Possibly 16, but only if they put a lot of thought into it and it was meaningful. Ink's for life.
At the point that they can move out of my house and become self sufficient...
18 - because they'd have to go get it without my permission
yup. They would be really sore going back the next day to a laser removal place too muahahahhaa
I would allow my child to get a tattoo around the age of 60 or 70 and not a year younger.
17..she took me with her ..she paid for it herself!
26, That is how long they can stay on my insurance because of Obama.
No way, never a tatoo.
The day they turned 18
I told my kids 18. I didnt want to sign and then be responsible (in thier eyes) for regrets latter on.
16 and he/she has a job to pay for it themselves. I wouldn't recommend it for them, but if they hate it later then it's a lesson learned for them.
At the age they no longer need to ask my permission for something that needs legal consent....18!
I think i would let my son at 16, as long as the tattoo he wanted to get was approved by me. I dont want my son to have a tattoo he wont want later on.
Well what i mean by approve is like say he was 8 and wanted a tattoo of spider man well thays not what he will want at 16. So at 16 if he came to me and asked to get a tattoo of spiderman i would say no because he wont want to be 40 and have that but if he is older and desides he still wants that tattoo then he can get it when he is old enough to not have his parents signature but if he were 16 and asked for a tattoo of a basketball id say sure because it could be a part of him maybe he loves basketball and when he is older he will have that tattoo as a reminder of the love he had towords basketball
Th day he/she POPS out!
Most states set a limit as to the age a person can get a tattoo, I believe. The tattoo parlors are regulated by the state health departments. If I'm wrong about this please feel free to put me wise.
I wanted to tattoo him for his first birthday but his mom says to wait until he turns 8.