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tattoo adicction

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Sheridan Peirens

on 19 April 2010

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Tattoo addiction and how it takes our money away Depanding on the tattoo the averge cost is approximately $40-$50 If you have a good tattoo artist the average cost for a 25mm by 45mm will be $75-$150 per hour You could spend thousands of dollars not knowing it, by going to sessions to touch up the tattoo or add color The colors you use on your tattoo is one of the things that make the cost go up a lot Most people after they get tattoos either don't like it or they want it somewhere else so their only option is to get it lazered off. Some of the bigger tattoos could cost up to over three thousand dollars For example one all over your back you will spend over fifteen thousand dollars just for a black and white picture Thats the cost of 10,869 cups of coffee it costs as little as $1,000 or as much are $10,000 to get laser treatment The end Life magazine estimated in 1936 that 10 million americans, or approximately 6% of the population had atleast one tattoo. A Harris poll, done in 2003 nearly triples that number and estimates that 10% of americans now have one or more tattoos There are an estimated 20,000 plus parlors operating in the US A U.S. news and world report article ranked tattooing as the 6th fastest growing retail venture of the 1990's behind internet, paging services, bagels, computers and cell phone services
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