As the Ball drop rings in the New Year, so does a new set of rules that Californians will have to follow -- 760 to be exact.
The rules affect everyone from the consumer to the parent.
But this doesn't mean its the same for all tattoo shops.
"I think there are still tattooers that started up because they thought it was the cool thing to do without taking the time to educate themselves and respect their clients," said Yo.
The new law will also require that practitioners be vaccinated against Hepatitis B.
"Personally if you take the proper procedures, there should be no contact to even expose the client to Hepatitis because of all procedures you are taking."
"With different occasions like prom or vacations, it could affect us but not too drastic,"
Samantha Hodgkins from Paradise Tan said.
Brown vetoed a bill that wouldn't require mammogram providers to tell women if they have dense breast tissue which mimics cancer. He also allowed police to search a suspect's electronic devices without a warrant.