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Trends and fads be weary of these things. The Internet has made a lot of resources available to people and what has happened is we've seen a lot of fashion style tattooing, and fashions will change season to season your tattoo is not going too. Show jumping on a fad that is maybe not going to be that cool, it's not such a good idea. Think about the 80s and the 90s when everybody went on those really badly designed travels that now we spend half our lives trying to cover up. So be wary of that. Remember that good quality tattooing will stand the test of time. So things like Western traditional, oriental, good tribal will always last. Remember, bold will hold. If it's not bold, chances are it's going to come out of your skin. It can be swallowed up and you're not going to have a decent tattoo five years from now. For some of you, that might not be such a bad idea.


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