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Beauty Q: Would you get laser removal for a tattoo?

Justin Bieber’s the latest celeb to seemingly go under the laser.

FANS WERE SHOCKED to see Justin Bieber had pulled a ‘Soundcloud rapper’ on it by getting another facial tattoo this week.

Well, we say “this week” – we have no idea when the Biebs actually got it. But tattoo artist JonBoy revealed the artwork, designed by Bang Bang, on his Instagram for the first time on Tuesday.

Last year, Bang Bang revealed JB got the tattoo – which reads ‘grace’ above his eyebrow – as a matching one with Hailey Baldwin after they tied the knot.

However, judging from some recent paparazzi shots, the singer seems to have gotten the ink removed. Hmm.

Him and Hailey seem to be all good, seeing as he was filmed serenading her earlier this week in LA.

Whatever the reasoning, JB made the decision to get rid of the ink. It’s an option that’s becoming popular these days. In Dublin, prices vary from €67 to €500 per session, as well as taking up to 14 sessions to get it removed entirely.

Now, this obviously depends on the size and type of your tattoo. Given Justin’s was only small, I’d say it was loose change for him. to go under the laser – if he did, that is. Maybe it was a class temporary he got in a packet of chewing gum? Fooled us, in fairness.

Do you have tattoos? If so, are they any that you have … Regrets about, shall we say? Would you consider getting them lasered off if so?


Poll Results:


53% I don't have tattoos, so ... (617)

20% Yes, when I win the Lotto. (239)

19% No, I love my ink! (232)

6% Been there, done that, got the t-shirt! (75)





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