Tattoo regret | definition of tattoo regret by Medical dictionary
tattoo regret The regret that a person has for getting one or more tattoos earlier in life, which is often accompanied by a desire to have the tattoo(s) removed.
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The rates of tattoo regret
were higher among those who were younger when they had received their first tattoo.
After talking to people, it was found that a large number of tattooed people have tattoo regret
after a few years of getting tattoos.
With the tattoo business rising steadily through the '90s and into the new century, a measure of tattoo regret
has grown with it.
Nearly 20% of Americans Who Have a Tattoo Regret
Getting It Yes 17% No 83% Note: Based on a nationwide survey of 2,215 adults from July 14 to July 20, 2003.
No tattoo regrets
A PROUD football fan who had "England 2018 World Cup Winners" tattooed on his stomach insisted he will not have it removed.