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Should You Eradicate That Tattoo Or Cover It Up?

Author : Daria Anne Treshmond

The largest recipients of tattoo body art are people in the age group of 18-25. Unfortunately, when you are young it is hard to fathom that your tastes, interests, and ideals will change as you evolve and age. It is hard to convince someone that this is inevitable. It would be wise to keep this in mind in all aspects of a person's life and with the permanency of tattoos and the process of removing tattoos, this is especially true. Trying to talk someone out of a foolhardy decision is very difficult.

The number one tattoo mistake is to get a lover's name tattooed on you. You can ask anyone who is in the tattoo field that this is at the top of the list of regrettable decisions. The end of the relationship inevitably leaves the wearer with the goal to remove the name with either a cover up or with some method of tattoo removal.

Another common reason for tattoo cover up or tattoo removal is to hide a poorly executed tattoo. Not all tattoo artists are equally talented. Prison, gang, and underage teens may even have access to a "scratcher". A scratcher is an amateur tattoo artist that usually uses inferior equipment and lacks professional training.

The third reason of the top 3 for removing tattoos is a career change. Their tattoos will negatively impact their chances of landing a job in that line of work. This also goes back to the train of thought common for young people that they'll be working as a waitress or other menial job the rest of their life.

Many young adults to go back to school when they finally figure out what they want to do the rest of their lives. They are ready to search for a career that better suits them. Often times, this new career line they are pursuing does not favor highly evident tattoos. Jobs that require a degree often have strict guidelines for dress code and the image they want their employees to portray.

If you happen to be in the category of wanting to eradicate your tattoo because of poor workmanship or to erase the name of a failed relationship, consider a cover up first. If you are still a fan of body art and like the physical placement, find an artist with a positive reputation for his cover up work. It is an area of tattooing that some artists are more skilled at than others. It requires an artist that can improvise to create a striking design that adequately camouflages the old tattoo but also satisfies the taste of the client.

If a career change requires a clean slate and removal of a visible tattoo, consider the combination of using tattoo removal creams with laser tattoo removal. The two methods are often used together successfully to remove unwanted tattoos. Tattoo removal pricing is high. The creams result in the tattoo fading which then reduces the laser treatments you need. The removal creams displace the ink and the laser finishes up by removing the ink.

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Tags:   tattoo removal, tattoo fade, tattoo cover up, laser removal, tattoo removal creams, removing a tattoo

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