We would like to thank the Huffington Post for this wonderful article. (FYI, every day we remove at least one name and/or wedding ring) http://www.huffingtonpost.com/the-knot/tattoo-wedding-rings-idea_2_b_5928258.html
Not sure if adding an asterisk with the words, “I was 17 at the time” is really a fix – http://uproxx.com/webculture/2014/09/this-guy-had-a-pretty-creative-way-of-fixing-his-crappy-tribal-tattoo/
Amazing tip from Eva of Sea Hag Tattoo Parlour.
Why would you want to remove beautiful art? http://news.distractify.com/people/30-classy-tattooed-people-who-show-that-body-art-doesnt-make-you-unprofessional/
Henna body art has been used for centuries for weddings, religious ceremonies, and other decorative purposes – http://www.silkflowerwedding.com/weddingflorist/thehistoryandpracticeofhennabodyart.php
Tattoos have come a long way; but… http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/06/living/face-tattoos-style-identity/