Just like with tattoos, each state has its own age laws for piercings, and septum piercings make no exception. These laws are updated from time to time, so make sure to check them out before actually getting that pierce done.
Thus, if you are a minor, in most states you will need to get a written informed consent from your parents or legal guardians before you get any type of piercing. Some states, such as Florida, Kentucky and Kansas, require the written consent to be notarized as well.
Moreover, the parent or legal guardian must also be physically present during the procedure in states like Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida (for minors under the age of 16), Indiana, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Virginia and Wyoming.
If you are under 14 in Idaho, you cannot get a pierce even if you do have your parents’ consent. You cannot obtain one until you come of age in Mississippi (that is, until you turn 21), Oregon (18), South Carolina (18) and Wisconsin (16).
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On the other hand, in Connecticut, Iowa and Hawaii it is up to the piercing parlor to determine the age and any other requirements for obtaining a piercing