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How long will a small star tattoo on the hip take?

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2010-01-16 20:18:40
2010-01-16 20:18:40
Answeryoud have to consult the tattoo artist. if you go in the store with a picture of the size youd like, and tell them the location, they can give you an instant estimate.

* I'd like to add that I happen to have a small star on my hip. It's black and red, and took about 30-45 minutes. It hurts, but if you tolerate pain well enough, you should be okay.

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