Here’s a common tattoo problem – the misspelling of a word.
Now scroll to the end of the ‘story’ and tell me if this is the right way to have dealt with it? Has that made the whole thing better? Really? No. Clearly not. That has just made a small hiccup into a large pavement pizza.
Now she has something she never really wanted, with 8 times as much ink, both in terms of surface area and density of ink and as a result when she realises she doesn’t want this either, 8X as hard/expensive to get off. If she’d been to a decent Laser tattoo removal provider they would have said, “Well, lets just laser off the first three letters and have them redone….”
We have several clients who are having cover ups removed – they all more bitterly regret the cover up than the original.
So like the Green Cross code man says Stop, Look and Listen (to your sensible side, not the panicking side) before you cross the road back to the tattoo parlour.
(Is anyone out there old enough to remember the green cross code man? Or is road safety these days just about learning how to text safely while driving?)