Adult ID Requirements (18+)
Please bring your current state-issued photo ID, Driver License, or Passport; your birth date must be on the ID. Unfortunately, we cannot accept school IDs, faded, altered, or expired IDs.
Minor Piercing Requirements (under 18)
Please note: Due to the nature of our business, we don't allow anyone under the age of 12 years in the studio. We have additional seating right outside the front door for waiting. Please bring another adult to be with them while you’re in the piercing room.
Minors 13 years and older can be pierced and must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. The parent or legal guardian must also stay for the piercing; we cannot make an exception to this rule.
Piercing minors is determined on a case-by-case basis. Halo reserves the right of refusal for any minor piercing at any time.
The minor must show they understand the responsibilities associated with getting a piercing and the commitment to aftercare of the piercing.
The minor cannot be coerced or talked into getting the piercing and they must ask us for it themselves.
What we will pierce on minors.
If the piercing you would like is not listed below, you will have to wait until you’re 18 years of age. Please see our “2 Free on your 18th birthday” special.
Ear Lobes - 13 - 17 years of age
Eyebrow, Navel, Nostril, & Upper Helix (Outer Rim Cartilage) - 15 - 17 years of age
Lower Side Lip & Tongue - 16 - 17 years of age
No Swimming - Safety Notice:
Please be aware, if you get a piercing, you will need to follow these no swimming time lines:
Ear Lobes, Nostril & Lip: No swimming for a minimum of 2 months after the piercing.
Navel: No swimming for a minimum of 4-6 months after the piercing.
Upper Helix: No swimming for a minimum of 6 months after the piercing.
General Safety Notice:
Do not get your nostril pierced if you suffer from allergies and/or sinus problems. If you allergies are seasonal, get it pierced on your off season.
With oral piercings, do not kiss during healing period, and please know that playing with the jewelry can lead to gum/tooth damage.
1. A Minor must have a current/valid state-issued photo ID, Driver License, Military ID, Passport, or photo school ID
2. A Parent/Guardian must have a current/valid state-issued photo ID, Driver License, Military ID, or Passport
Parents, please note: your birth date must be on your ID.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept faded, altered, or expired IDs.
**If the accompanying adult is a Legal Guardian (not a parent) the original Legal Guardianship Documents issued by the courts must be presented.
3. A Minor must also provide their Birth Certificate.
A. If the Birth Certificate is a copy it must be notarized.
B. Birth Certificate must include the signing parent's name. If parents last name is no longer the same as on the birth certificate please bring information showing your name change.
C. We cannot accept: Hospital Birth or Notification of Birth Registration Certificates.
Some Common Sense Guidelines, When Your Ready To Visit Us
We want you to be as informed as possible and enjoy your piercing experience.
Let us know if you have any medical conditions
- Follow the provided aftercare to successfully heal as quickly as possible
- We here for you - feel free to ask us questions about your piercing
- Eat a meal (without alcohol) before you arrive.
For the best possible piercing experience, you should be well rested and have a bite to eat before getting a piercing.
A good attitude and focused state of mind help immensely. Remember, this is a cooperative effort between you and your piercer. Listen to your piercer, they will guide you through your experience to make it as quick, painless as possible.
Good personal hygiene is crucial to healing a piercing.
Minors: Be nice to your parent/s while you are in the shop as they are going out of their way for you. If you are disrespectful, we feel you are not mature enough to take proper care of your piercing and we will refuse service.
We cannot provide service to you if you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, as it makes your piercing experience worse.