Many people like to fit into a certain category. There are those who dye their hair blonde, get a tan, and maintain both well past an acceptable age. Then there are the people who prefer to dye their hair lots of different colors, wear dark clothing, and get body art. However, a third category of people take aspects from both of those categories, and still include the body art.
Sometimes people go through phases with their appearance and body art, and that's when they start contemplating laser tattoo removal. It is a good thing for these people that laser tattoo removal is even an option, because even twenty years ago, the laser tattoo removal procedure was not nearly as perfected as it is now.
Speaking of perfection, the more evenly a tattoo was applied, the better the chance that the laser tattoo removal process will work quicker. What does this mean? Some people actually prefer to get raised tattoos, which means that the ink is applied so thickly that it literally raises up off of the skin.
Now, the removal process takes a few months as it is, so those who have a raised tattoo will be looking at more than a year of removal procedures. It is important to note that no matter how long it takes to have a tattoo removed, there will still be some irregular pigmentation where the tattoo once was. So, if you are thinking about getting a tattoo in the first place, make sure that you're willing to accept any consequences!