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cloudstrife930

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sorry to hear that you needed to get the tattoos removed, a girl i knew went for 7 treatments, on a 3 inch cross, it had a weak outline to begin with.and it looked about the same my dad got done over 50 years ago. I would always try to cover the tat before a lazer, that's just me.hope you get good results.

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yeah i wanted to at least lighten it up do you know if skin is supposed to rip with laser session, i have hole in my skin

you're going to find a couple of different threads on lasering here. A wealth of info on that AND how to pick good artists.

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yes thanks man been looking round lotta good info. Just feel like they went to deep with the laser on mine. I dunno. Just wanted to be sure before i choke the s..t outta this b..ch :)

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