According to the National Institute of Health about a third of the 7 million tattooed recourse to a specialist to remove or modify. Mainly because of failed love
The tattoo is a fashion, a lifestyle, a way of communicating themselves, but more often it is also the subject of repentance in the wake of the tendency of that tattoo-changing making new converts especially in summer. According to the Italian National Institute of Health about a third of the 7 million tattooed in Italy recourse to a specialist to remove or change that has a tattoo on the skin: 41 percent favors the replacement, 34 percent to more or less radical changes and the remaining 25 percent if they want to get rid once and for all for aesthetic reasons (38 percent), because he is ashamed (35 percent) and to erase memories become unbearable (28 percent).
Among those who cancel one or more tattoos, women are more than men (54 percent vs. 46 percent): two out of three are aged between 30 and 40 years, but the percentage falls between 18 and 29 years 55 percent and 51 percent among those who have more than 40 years. To repent are all categories, from professionals to managers, from civil servants to teachers, employees to the workers. Erase a tattoo is possible today, but is the result of an inner choice after which you must consult a medical esthetician putting quote at least three sessions to lighten and at least seven or eight to remove it completely.
But what tattoos are most frequently repent by Italians? An answer to this question comes from a study of Quanta System Observatory. The initials of the former or his full name (61 percent), the tattoo designed poorly or improperly designed by tattoo artist (45 percent), those made with friends or relatives who do not attend more (41 per cent), drawn in tribal style (33 percent), large and too obvious (31 percent), too colorful or too sharp lines (28 percent), the crests or samples of their favorite team (25 percent), the deemed embarrassing tattoos written goliardic or equivocal forms (22 percent), those characterized by elements that bring to political or religious ideologies (17 percent), those in Chinese or Japanese that you do not know the meaning (15 per percent).