Didn’t think before you inked? Tattoo removal is painful but possible

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In the 1990s in some countries, it was “in” to have a tribal tattoo on your lower back, mostly among young women. But trends come and go, and after a few years the inkings were derided as “tramp stamps.” In Germany, where they were particularly common, they have come to be called “arse antlers.” The problem is that tattoos – in contrast to low-rise jeans and crop tops, whose popularity at the time provided a readily visible surface for lower-back tattoos – can’t simply be tossed into the corner of your wardrobe when they’re “out.” They’re meant to be permanent. There are, however, ways to remo…

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