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Should I Get A Touch-Up ?

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~Hi guys, had my tattoo recently and very happy with it apart from one niggling bit.

One of the " R " letters is slightly thicker than the other. My tattooist is happy to rectify it ( thicken one of the Rs ) once it's healed in a few weeks.

What do you think, is it too intricate to change it?

PQ is poor because my phones camera is no good, in RL the tattoo looks awesome.

Thanks

 

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