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Ways To Avoid Tattoo Regret

tattoo regretAlmost everyone is getting a tattoo nowadays, it has become so popular it’s impossible not to spot a person with a tattoo when you go to the park or mall. Even teenagers are trying to get one.

But do you really like the permanent art work labeled on your skin? According to a British survey, about a third of people who got a tattoo regret having them. A common reason is because they got the tattoo when they where too young and irresponsible. Others say that they never liked the design of the tattoo.

To avoid all these tattoo problems, one should be aware that this is type of body art is permanent. Well, there are ways to remove a tattoo, like with the use of a laser where the pigments are burned or zapped into your system, but the result isn’t really that good since there are still markings on the skin where the laser can no longer remove.

One should also choose a design properly before getting a tattoo. Do not be hasty when choosing or making a design and you must not be influenced by others to get a tattoo design that you really don’t want. Once you get a design you like, think it over 2 or 3 times more. It doesn’t matter if it takes weeks or months designing a tattoo you want, because once it’s inked, its forever.

And lastly, look for a reputable artist. Do not go for a tattoo artist that’s a newbie. You can always shop around and ask for the most experienced artist on the tattoo parlor. Ask for some previous tattoos the artist have done and you can also ask about the design you’ve made or you can even ask them to make the design for you.

That’s about it. Think of a tattoo design that you really, really want and have it done by a reputable artist.

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  1. […] Tattoo Regrets? Remove it or Cover up Posted on 16 October, 2012 · This is the time for tattoos, everyone is getting one. In fact, a lot of people are getting one after another. That’s how crazy popular they are nowadays. But the problem with this tattoo craze is that some individuals just get a tattoo just to have one, and in the long run having tattoo regrets. […]

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