Guns 2 Roses does acknowledge that minors are a viable and
part of our society and that they do have a right
to express themselves with Piercings & Tattoos with parental
Guns 2 Roses requires
a parent be present with the minor to
sign the release form
and stay during the piercing and or tattoo.
The paperwork process is easy & pretty
You must present four
(4) items at the time
of your body arts request:
1: Willing parent
2: Minor, wanting the working end
of a needle! (just kidding)
3: Photo ID of minor
(School Photo ID, Dept. of Motor Vehicles, Military, Government)
4: Parent Photo ID
(Dept. of Motor Vehicles, Military, Government)
last names are different, you must also present a document showing your
relationship to the minor. Insurance card, birth cert., etc.)
That is it
paperwork wise! Pretty easy!
more details about the body arts.
We do not pierce minors below the neck with the exception of the navel.
Because we feel it is better to
get a piercing or tattoo from a professional rather than a fellow
student in the men's room of the gymnasium at school, Guns 2 Roses
encourages all adults to talk to your children and learn to let them be
in charge of their bodies as much as is prudent. Only a parent can
know where that line is.
We reserve the right to refuse service. We will not pierce or tattoo
anyone we suspect is under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
(We would hope minors
under the guidance of an adult would never be intoxicated, but we live
in a very strange world.)
Life is great! Share this experience
we call "Life on Earth" by enjoying all that life has to offer with your
child. Putting a piercing in your body is part of growing up, and
you can learn something about yourself by reliving your youth through
Share that joy with your child.
What could it hurt?