National Tattoo Removal Day
Have you ever regretted getting a tattoo when it was a great idea? Maybe you were too caught up in the hype and took a risk on Tattoo Day. No matter what your situation, National Tattoo Removal Day will remind you that mistakes don’t have to be permanent.
National Tattoo Removal Day is a day of new beginnings and pained winces. It celebrates the clean look and laments the tattoos of the past.
Partly, National Tattoo Removal Day grew in response to Tattoo Day. An annual uptick in regret was caused by thousands of people who unceremoniously inked themselves up. It is not a coincidence that National Tattoo Removal Day occurs just a few days after Tattoo Day.
National Tattoo Removal Day is actually celebrated one month or thirty days after Tattoo Day. This is because it’s the first day you can remove a tattoo that has been applied.
Tattoo Day is also held on Valentine’s Day. It addresses heartbreak, which is one of the most common reasons for wanting to get a tattoo taken off. A host of tattoos are created by jilted lovers or solo travelers who have just become independent.
The day became more than just a joke about another day on the calendar. It was also used to raise awareness about the millions of people who have unwanted ink and to show them that there are safe ways to get rid of it.
Many people regret getting tattooed and not enough people realize that there are professionals who can help them. People will be less likely to take the time to learn about a safe and healthy way to get a tattoo done by licensed professionals.
It’s a Day for Tattoo Removal so there’s only one way to celebrate it. You can say goodbye to unwanted body art. The official National Tattoo Removal Day Facebook group provides links to help you locate providers near you. Some local providers may even be able to take advantage of the hashtag trending on social media. You may be able to find them offering a discount if you’re really lucky.
It’s a great day to encourage family and friends to get rid of their regrettable tattoos. It’s safe to remove tattoos, but it can be painful. You can help them by being there for them and offering your support.
You will also see National Tattoo Removal Day trending across social media. This is your chance to participate there as well. Share and retweet posts from others involved in the day to show your support.
You can show the “before” and the “after” photos of any tattoos you have, whether or not.