While there is no legal age to get a tattoo, you can still give your teenager the OK. While you should not get a tattoo yourself, you can go with your teen and make sure that your teen is comfortable with the idea. There are many reasons why you should not let your child get a tattoo. First of all, you should understand the cultural stigma of getting a tattoo. Another major reason is the cost. If your adolescent can’t afford to pay more than $50-100 for a full body design, a temporary ink, you might want to consider getting a cheaper alternative.
Your teenager might have been thinking about getting a tattoo, and you might be wondering how to make it a good choice. You can start by discussing it with him or her in a nonjudgmental manner. Your child will probably be more likely to be open to getting a tattoo if he or she is allowed to do so. Although it is not a good idea to pressure a child into getting a tattoo, you may want to help him or her understand how important it is.