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Hi! my name is Mai Lee!! im from atlanta GA! im joining this forum because i need some help and ideas about covering or removing one of my tattoos. So if anyone have any good ideas or suggestions, i would gladly appreciate it. Hope to hear from you guys soon!! Have a great day!:)

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Welcome.

Hang around and keep an eye on the threads. Both topics have been generously covered in previous threads, too - so do a few searches for basic info. Also, post up a picture of what you want changed and what you'd like to change it to . . .

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