There have never been more people with tattoos. This has also increased the number of people who have embarrassing tattoos.
People get tattoos for countless reasons. But no matter the intent, it’s not until the tattoo is complete and on your skin that you can deem it a success (or embarrassment).
An embarrassing tattoo can have a bigger impact on your lifestyle than most realize. It can impact how, why, and when you do things.
Why Do Tattoos Become Embarrassing?
Tattoos can become an embarrassment for many different reasons:
Not what you intended: Sometimes the tattoo you get is just not what you intended. Perhaps it doesn’t look good or just didn’t turn out the way you want.
They fade: Tattoos can and will fade over time. As your body changes, your tattoos can also change form and look distorted.
The subject matter no longer represents you: People change. What may have represented you in the past may no longer relevant to you.
The tattoo was a fad: Many tattoos seem cool at the time and then become outdated. Barbed wire tattoos and tramp stamps are perfect examples.
How Embarrassing Tattoos Impact How People Act
Most people don’t realize how an embarrassing tattoo, or any tattoo for that matter, can impact their lifestyle until they actually have a bad tattoo. They include:
Clothing you wear: People have a tendency to wear clothing to cover up a tattoo, making you uncomfortable and limiting your clothing options.
Career opportunities: Having a tattoo can impact your ability to find work. You can be type cast and employers may not give you a fair opportunity.
Going out in the sun: If you are embarrassed about your tattoo, you may choose to miss out on days at the beach, pool parties, and other fun outdoor activities.
Other people’s reactions: People can be mean. How they react to your tattoos can be hurtful. You could also become the source of inside jokes within your circle of friends.
Interest from the opposite sex: An embarrassing tattoo could hurt you love life. Some people may be turned off by a poorly placed or poorly designed tattoo.
Later on in life: As you age, tattoos can fall out of favor, start to show their age (and yours), and become a source of embarrassment.
You feel self-conscious: There is no doubt that a bad tattoo can make you feel self-conscious. You worry more about your appearance and what others may say about you if they see your tattoo.
Confidence: An embarrassing tattoo can hurt your confidence. You may choose to stay at home and even avoid certain social situations.
The good news is you can do something about your embarrassing tattoo. Get it Removed!
Erase That Embarrassing Tattoo With Laser Tattoo Removal
At Precision Laser, we help you make embarrassing tattoos a thing of the past. We can help you make that bad ink disappear.