Working in the laser tattoo removal business means that we see a lot of tattoos. Tattoos are common. People can get very creative with their tattoos and there is no shortage in variety for the tattoos we have seen. However, there are some categories of tattoos that removal is more commonly sought after than others. These are the three most commonly removed tattoos in the Milwaukee Area.
When you are in love with someone you want the world to know, right? What better way to tell everyone about your love than to get your significant other’s name tattooed on you? Wrong. The reality is that tattoos are permanent and most relationships aren’t. Name tattoos are often removed because they serve as a painful reminder of something that will never be.
Like anything else, tattoos tend to follow trends and we will often see people seeking removal for trends that have passed. It is like wearing the same style of jeans for 20 years. Sometimes it is tattoo designs that follow a trend, like the barbed wire tattoos, tribal designs, dolphins and stars that were popular in the 90’s or the Celtic and black work tattoos that were popular in the 80’s. Other times it is the location of the tattoo that follows trends – think lower back, fingers and lips and armbands.
Hard to cover tattoos
Another category of commonly removed tattoos is hard to cover tattoos. These are usually tattoos found on the head, neck, ears, hands or fingers. Unlike tattoos on the torso, these tattoos are always on display and cannot be covered easily. This may interfere with job or career prospects.
Do you have one of the tattoos discussed above and are looking for more information on removal? Check out our tattoo removal FAQs for more information.
If you are looking for a professional laser tattoo removal in the Milwaukee area, look no farther than Remove a Tattoo. Remove a Tattoo is located in Glendale and offers tattoo removal performed by a doctor. Don’t put off your laser tattoo removal any longer! Give us a call today at 414-617-2849 or submit a consult request on the form below.