From 16, with papers and parents. At the expense of the parents, independently. They are all different, but everyone (at the very least) loves you.
Friend! Think ten times. I did it in a prominent place (hand), medium size, I liked it for the first three months, I did not think about the future. I'm soon 21 and I realized who and where I want to work, the tattoo interferes with this. I do not regret, but such an insult. On herself :)
How to persuade? Well, for example, you can explain that it will be much easier to identify the body by clearly visible signs, for example, by a tattoo, in which case it will be much easier.
PS. It will also be very useful for girls "under 18" somewhere, for example, on the sacrum, to tattoo the year of birth. So that it was before my eyes and then there was no "but I didn't know how old she was!"
Can be done up to 18 in the presence of parents. Such comrades did not come to my session, but the tattooists I know say that they had, and more than we would like. Someone even got a 9-grade student whose hands were clogged specifically. It is nonsense, of course, that there is a child who can understand about life, clean up in front of his peers, and by the age of 20 will somehow decide in life, decide to become a primary school teacher, for example, and regret it. What is in the head of those parents is not clear, as if they themselves were never teenagers.
From the age of 18, i.e. only in adulthood. We have already discussed this issue. I think that before 21 you shouldn't even think about it. I made my first tattoo at 17 and I won't say at 26 that it was the right decision. As for the parents - if they are against, then I advise you not to ask for trouble, not to injure their psyche and relationships in the family. They will simply stop trusting you.
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