Get A Tattoo For You

April 11, 2009 at 8:05 am (tattoo) (, , , , , , , , , , )

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Every since the 1970’s tattoos have been slowing gaining popularity with more and more people. In 2005 an estimated 14% of people had a tattoo in 2006 it was found out that 36% of people between the ages of  18 and 29 have a tattoo and 40% of people from that ages 18 to 40 have a tattoo. With the numbers growing everyday and some of the most beloved celebrities and athletes dawning them you would think the negative stereotype of tattoos would no longer be there. Unfortunately, people with tattoos are still looked down upon and people still raise there noses up to them because of their body art.

With the above statistics growing practically yearly it is important for new 18 year olds to get a tattoo for the right reason. A tattoo is for you and you only. You should only get a tattoo if you want it and absolutely do not get inked if someone pressured you into or if you are trying to fit into a crowd. Tattoos are forever and it’s not very easy to get them removed. A typical laser removal session to get a tattoo taken off can cost up to $1,000 a session and some tattoos require 6 to 10 sessions for the tattoo removal to be effective. So you need to make darn sure that, that $75 to $100 tattoo you got when you were a teenager doesn’t turn into a $6,000 to $10,000 mistake later on down the road. In case you are wondering insurance does not cover laser tattoo removal. So be very wise about deciding if you truly want to get inked. Tattoos are forever.

Your Tattoo Friend

Ashley

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2 Comments

  1. Alex said,

    Just kind of a personal question off topic from your blog but how many tattoos do you have personally, where are they, why did you get them, and what are they?

  2. wrecking balm said,

    Yeah, it’s better to get a good tattoo, but I want to remove mine.

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