Despite having said that she would not have her tattoo removed following her separation from footballer Ashley Cole, it would seem that Cheryl Cole has had a change of heart.
Like so many people, she has discovered the drawbacks of having a tattoo that honours a particular relationship. She had the tattoo ‘Mrs C’ tattooed onto the nape of her neck following their marriage, but now it appears that it had just become an embarrassing reminder.
At the moment, it is being reported that she is considering whether to incorporate the design into another, or whether to have laser tattoo removal. The first option involves having another, larger tattoo inked over the top of the original design.
This approach offers the benefit of being a fairly easy solution, although it is important to make sure that the new design will not end up being a cause for regret like the first…
Laser tattoo removal, on the other hand, offers the chance to remove the offending tattoo completely. The treatment causes the pigment particles in the ink to break down to a size that allows the body to remove them naturally. Over time and the course of treatment, the tattoo gradually fades away.