It’s a question that’s been asked thousands of times. I don’t know of an exact “hardest” and I’m not sure it’s really fair to compare.
I’m sorry, “hardest” tattoo colors is just an arbitrary category. If we were talking about color, I’d start with black, which is almost always the hardest, followed closely by white.
Does black get easier to remove than white?
It depends quite a bit on the person’s skill level. At least one patient (the first one) got a lot of blood and took over a week to remove the entire tattoo. It was just a regular tattoo that they were applying, so maybe that explains it!
I’ve also seen the colors of the tattoo get clearer. Sometimes white will be visible through the tattoo (after removing the ink), sometimes black is visible through the tattoo. If I’ve taken a picture of the tattoo, I’ll usually find that the black has become more distinct, but you haven’t seen much evidence of a difference.
How would you determine a color of the tattoo that would be most easily removed?
I think that’s a question best left to the tattoo artists. For some people it may actually be impossible to remove the color using the methods I’ve described.
The number of people using the Internet to make an illegal trade in goods and services is climbing, a new report shows.
The study, to be released Wednesday by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, shows an increase in “illegal online commerce” — which generally includes buying and selling illegal items on the Internet, as well as other forms of illegal activity by cybercriminals and identity thieves.
However, despite the increase in illegal online commerce, the number of Americans who illegally take or make illegal purchases from online vendors, as well as from merchants who sell or buy illegal items online, have plummeted over the past four years. (See the chart below).
Here are more details:
“Illegal online commerce has been steadily growing over the last four years, and in 2012, there were almost two million individuals who engaged in illegal online commerce,” the report says.
About 3.6 million Americans paid online with or through a fake identity, or with or without buying prohibited goods; 2.3 million people obtained an illegal or over-the-counter sales permit in order to make online purchases; and the number of Americans caught in the crossfire of online scams and
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