Well there goes July 😬😬 We’re now thoroughly into August and it’s my birthday month. Woo!! I’ll be 35 so let’s mention that as little as possible 😂😂
While I was at Death’s Door getting my potion bottle tattoo last year, I was showing Lou the rest of my tattoos and told her how much I disliked the tribal holly tattoo on my lower back.
Wow, what a long old year, eh? The first few months seemed super long and the rest, as usual, has absolutely sailed by! I hope you’ve all had a really lovely 2017 but if you haven’t, here’s hoping your 2018 is much better 🙂
If you’ve read my blog before, you might know that I’ve not only written a post about things to think about before you get a tattoo but also a couple of posts on my tattoo laser removal sessions, because I’ve ended up having major tattoo regret!!
This year I decided to really look into getting a cover-up for my rib tattoo as I had the funds and I figured it was about time to finally do something about it.
I’m going to put it out there. I have major tattoo regret. I have one tattoo I absolutely hate and a few that just look a bit shit. I really wish that when I first started getting into having tattoos that someone had given me some tips before I went and got inked for life!
This is the second part of my tattoo removal process, you can read part one here.
After my first session, I was pretty sure I never wanted to go through laser removal again; however, I was watching an episode of Tattoo Fixers where you could still see some of the old tattoos under the cover-ups, so I decided it was best to carry on so I didn’t end up in that position!
**Disclaimer** There are some pretty graphic photos of healing tattoos, if you’re squeamish or eating, it’s probably best not to go any further 😀
This has been a post much asked for on Twitter, so I thought it was time to share my experience of having a tattoo laser removed.
**Disclaimer** There are some pretty graphic photos later of healing tattoos, if you’re squeamish or eating, it’s probably best not to go any further. 😀