The articles in this section cover tattoo mistakes.

Tattoo Regret

Tattoo Regret Greg Hall, Case Western Reserve University Almost half of people between 18 and 35 have tattoos, and almost one in four regrets it, according to a 2016 Harris Poll. Based on an estimate of about 60 million people in that age group, that would mean that about 7.5 million people have tattoo regret.…

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Tattoo Regret

Tattoo Regret Do you regret your tattoo? Are your sorry you got a tattoo? Was your tattoo a mistake? If your answer was yes . . . when it comes to tattoo regret, you’re not alone. Millions of people are in the same boat.  In many ways, tattoo regret this is the central theme of…

It’s the Law: No tattoos for minors.

No tattoos for minors States like New York and Minnesota have recently passed laws that stop minors (people under 18) from getting tattoos regardless of their parents consent. This means even if you had your parent’s permission, you could not legally get a tattoo. These ‘no tattoos for minors’ laws have many times been done at the request…

The Tattoo Cover-up

Tattoo cover-up When it comes to a tattoo cover-up, the simple truth is that most people can’t afford laser tattoo removal, or surgery, or whatever else may help remove a tattoo.  When they get tired of a tattoo (because someone’s name is there they don’t like anymore, or the artwork didn’t work out) the most economical thing to…

Top Ten Tattoo Mistakes to Avoid

Top Ten Tattoo Mistakes to Avoid No.1   Any tattoo on your face or neck Unless it is for medical reasons, a tattoo on your face or neck is not advisable.  It will limit your career options and advancements dramatically. If you are independently wealthy, and are assured of an income for life (and thus never need a…