US State Regulations for Permanent Cosmetic Makeup / Micropigmentation Practitioners
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US State Regulations for Permanent Cosmetic Makeup / Micropigmentation
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Permanent Cosmetics Legislation / Regulation Information
For Current Information:
• Licensing Contact: Department of Human Resources
• Most recent legislation:
No information is reproduced here because the state of Georgia has elected to copyright and ban republishing of the legislative information in whole or in part without express written consent.Sections of note referenced in the
lexis-nexis or georgia law links below are:
31-40-2: Permits 31-40-3/4: Revocation of permits
31-40-5: Health Board rules for facilities
31-40-6-7: Compliance enforcement 31-40-8: Public education
31-40-9: Allowing more stringent local laws
16-12-5: Indicating that it is unlawful to tattoo within an inch of the eye
16-5-71: Indicating that it is unlawful to tattoo a minor.
• Other Law Resources: www.legis.state.ga.us
Microblading, Public Health and the Law
July 24th, by: Michael Hokansonhttp://northcentralhealthdistrict.org/microblading-public-health-and-the-law/
Microblading is a trend that is increasing in popularity with people looking to modify their appearance. The process, also known as eyebrow embroidery, is a form of semi-permanent tattooing, using ink to alter the appearance of the eyebrows. A small, hand-held blade made up of multiple needles is used to create small, shallow tattoos that resemble the natural hair of a person’s eyebrow.