1. A Break Up: Partner’s change. The most common removed tattoo is the name of an ex-boyfriend, ex-girlfriend or significant other.
2. A Wedding: If you are a bride-to-be or a bridesmaid and don’t like your tattoo, then an upcoming wedding is a great motivator to get rid of that tattoo once and for all.
3. A New Job: Whether you agree or not, some professionals view tattoos as unprofessional.
4. A Change in Interests: Do your fraternity letters or that band logo no longer interest you?
5. Embarrassment: Yes, some people do care about what their friends, family and others think about them.
6. Wardrobe Issues: Does your tattoo clash with you sense of fashion or colors that you want to wear? Is it difficult to keep your tattoo covered?
7. To Be a Role Model: Many parents discover it no longer seems cool to have a tattoo, especially one that your children are going to see.
8. Altered Body Image: Does your tattoo make you feel bad about yourself or change your image in a negative way?
9. Quality of Tattoo: Did the tattoo not turn out the way you wanted or is it low quality? Let’s revise it, if you don’t love it!
10. Realized that you have a Tattoo: Oops! Believe it or not, Ed Helms of the Hangover, Part II is not the only one to sober up and realize they made a big mistake, getting a Mike Tyson-esque tattoo. Regret. Experts say that 20% of people feel regret after getting a tattoo. There’s no mystery if you look in the mirror and shutter at the “permanent” artwork on your skin. Good news is– it’s not permanent.

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