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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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Wisconsin

Permanent Cosmetics Legislation / Regulation Information

For the most current information visit:
Wisconsin Department of Health Services


Tattoo and Body Piercing Inspection Report (PDF, 2.9 MB)


Contact Information:

Mailing Address:
Division of Public Health
Food Safety and Recreational Licensing
PO Box 2659
Madison WI 53701-2659

Location Address:
Division of Public Health
Food Safety and Recreational Licensing
1 W Wilson Street, Room 150
Madison WI 53703

Telephone: 608-266-1562
Email: webmaildph@dhfs.state.wi.us

Many areas in Wisconsin are regulated by local public health departments rather than the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. If your facility is not in one of the jurisdictions where the State has jurisdiction, then you should contact the Local Public Health Department