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Hi so I want to become a surgeon when i’m older (I’m 16 atm) and i was wondering are visible tattoos like a forearm tattoo frowned upon? because i want one (like i’m in the process of setting up an appointment) that looks like the picture i added and the size of the other picture i added. would that be okay or should i look for somewhere else to get it done?

PS: the person in my avi is Cardi B not me.
 

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kmf94

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Had you not already gotten it, my suggestion would be to adjust the placement so it isn't visible in scrubs. Since you already have it, you can always wear a long-sleeve shirt for interviews. Glamoflauge, which is very pigmented concealer you can get at Walmart, would help cover it up in situations where you need to have short-sleeves on.

It's a pretty tattoo. I like it. :)
 

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I think a lot of states allow it to happen but only with written consent from a legal guardian and agreement with the tattoo artist.
 

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