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American Academy of Micropigmentation

US State Regulations for Permanent Cosmetic Makeup / Micropigmentation Practitioners

Please note: We provide this information as information and guidelines for educational purposes only. These US state regulation statutes are subject to change and modification and therefore the AAM does not warrant the accuracy or status of either the statutes or regulations and does not constitute legal advise.

US State Regulations for Permanent Cosmetic Makeup / Micropigmentation
http://www.ncsl.org/research/health/tattooing-and-body-piercing.aspx

We recommend that you review your own state regulations/statues for updated information.

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Nevada

Permanent Cosmetics Legislation / Regulation Information



https://www.southernnevadahealthdistrict.org/body-art/body-art-card.php


https://www.washoecounty.us/health/files/ehs/regulations/ehs/IBD_Regs_2017-03-17.pdf


Permanent Makeup And Tattoo’s Are: NOT regulated by the state government.

Although the Department Of Health And Human Services and the Nevada Division Of Public And Behavioral Health oversees certain counties, there is no responsibilities to the regulation of cosmetic tattooing. The various districts such as The Southern Nevada Health District, and Washoe County, regulate themselves through local boards of health. Other legislative information can be found from the Nevada Legislature. Specialists must be licensed in the city that they live. Strict regulations apply in many of these districts, so be sure to contact these local health departments if you have specific questions or concerns. Any tattooing of a minor is prohibited. State specific tattoo laws can be found here.