Licensing, information for technicians and establishments, and consumer information about body art.
Safely Reopening Minnesota’s Body Art Establishment Economy
Executive Order 20-63 (PDF) safely reopens Minnesota’s economy, including body art establishments, effective June 1, 2020, during the COVID-19 peacetime emergency, declared in Executive Order 20-01 (PDF) and extended through June 12, 2020 pursuant to Executive Order 20-52 (PDF).
Body art establishments may reopen to the public and resume services in accordance with the following:
- Adhere to the applicable guidance available at DEED’s guidance website at Employer Preparedness Plan Requirements Checklist (PDF).
- Limit occupancy of indoor space to no more than 25 percent of the normal occupancy capacity as determined by the fire marshal.
- Workers, customers, and clients must follow face-covering requirements set forth in the DEED guidance for the personal care industry.
- Develop and implement a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan (PDF) for personal care services.
- Additional information about reopening a business during the peacetime emergency is available at COVID-19 Preparedness Plan for All Businesses (PDF).
Refer to Executive Order 20-63 (PDF) for all reopening requirements.
Licensing During the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency
New and renewing licensees, please see our instructions to temporarily hold your application:
Memo: Update on Regulatory Requirements Affected by Governor’s Emergency Executive Order (PDF)
- Establishment Renewals
- Body Art Establishment Info
- Body Art Establishment Application 2017 (PDF)
- Body Art Establishment Inspection Checklist (PDF)
- Temporary Event Information
- Consumer Information
- Body Art Complaint Form
- Minnesota Body Art Regulation Brochure (PDF)
- Disciplinary Actions
- Current Body Art Licenses
- Body Art Related Links
- Body Art Licensing Contact Information