Those providing services to the public in body piercing, electrology, tattooing and other body art fields of practice (scarification and dermal implanting are currently prohibited) must also obtain a facility license in addition to individual practitioner licenses.
Under the Board of Body Art Practitioners
, a new body art facility license
became effective January 1, 2012. Those issued a body art facility license may provide services to the public in body piercing, electrology and tattooing (and scarification and dermal implanting when the current prohibition is lifted). Note:
Body art facility owners must hire/use only licensed body art practitioners in licensed body art facilities.