JustSoSmooth

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Hello, I am new to the forums. I for the most part joined to get an opinion on my first tattoo.

I have had a bad hyper pigmentation scar on my chest since i was a teenager and finally got a cover up. I am at the point where I am regretting the tattoo, but I can't seem to get an honest opinion of my tattoo from friends and family.

What do you guys think? I had large dark spots covered up, the mane of the lion is still not done so you can see where the big brown spot was. Was it a decent job? Would a more lifelike portrait been better?

thanks for your opinions.

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No man, that thing is BOMB!! I like the style and it's even better because it had dual purpose for you. Doubt anything too realistic would have given you the coverage you wanted.....but that's a little hard to say cause not sure what the spots looked like prior. Looks great to me at this point though. And it really only matters what you think.

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wow seriously?

Thanks for the feedback, you can't imagine the hell I went through with tattoo regret...I guess different people have different opinions...if anyone else has any opinions positive or negative please share.

You are right though, at the end of the day its all about what I think.

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Agree that it looks awesome and as far as tattoo styles go it's bold and solid. Definitely don't go with your family's opinions, since their opinions will be skewed on seeing you change in general and how they feel about that, rather that the aesthetics of it.

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wow I thought I would be getting some negative feedback. I am not sure about my text tat, I wanted to do something that involves africa on my back, or some arabic scripture. This tat wouldnt be restricted like this one because its not a cover up.

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