You don’t have to be a tattoo artist to provide microblading to clients in Nevada, but there is a lot of overlap for beauticians and other people who want to provide the service to their clients. Here’s a closer look at insurance, licensing requirements and what you need to start a microblading business in Nevada.
Microblading Business Plan
The state of Nevada requires you to have a Body Art Card opens in a new window if you want to provide microblading services. This entails six months of apprenticeship (or license transfer from another state), infectious disease training certification, passing a Body Art Sanitation Exam and more. Additionally, you will need tattoo insurance for your business in order to obtain your license.
Marine Agency can provide microblading esthetician insurance that meets all of the regulatory and legal requirements in Nevada. This includes liability insurance, workers’ compensation, property insurance, general liability, business insurance and more. Marine Agency’s plans are also tailor-made, so we can provide you with the exact amount of coverage that you need to safely operate your tattooing business in Nevada.
Tattoo Insurance for Nevada Artists
Marine Agency has been providing business insurance for clients in almost every state, and we’ve been in business continuously for almost a century. Tattoo insurance, microblading insurance and beauty salon insurance are some of our specialties!
- Microblading is classified as tattooing in Nevada, but artists need not be tattooists
- Marine Agency insurance plans specialize in tattoo artists, body artists and more
- Customized insurance plans allow you more business flexibility
Contact Marine Agency if you need microblading insurance in Nevada. We can provide you with a free quote!