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Approximately one in five people have a tattoo with almost a third of Aussies aged between 35 and 44 being inked. 13 per cent have considered having their ink removed, according to a YouGov survey of 1000 people. But does ink impact employment prospects?

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As a lady who is seriously lacking in the eyebrow department, brow tattooing has always fascinated me. I've always been very wary of permanent beauty solutions, and usually err on the side of caution when it comes to doing something that's going to last a really long time.

After poring over every DIY tip and trick out there, I finally threw caution to the wind and got two tattoos - on my face! Fortunately, I love them. Here's everything I learned from the experience.

Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.

One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.

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Gone are the days when only bikies and sailors marked up their skin. Tattoos are now considered a legitimate type of art that you can carry around with you to showcase proudly. You'd think that modern workplaces are generally quite accepting of body art so long as they're discrete or covered up. But if your employer had an issue with your tattoo, is it legal for them to fire you over it? Let's find out.

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Over the past three months, "Dr. Pico" has been engaging in a furious battle with an ugly blue dragon called Spyro. His weapon of choice is a picosecond aesthetic laser -- the perfect tool to combat dragons made out of ink. Can he emancipate the innocent lady held in its clutches? Click on the video to watch their latest clash unfold!

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Over the past three months, "Dr. Pico" has been engaging in a furious battle with an ugly blue dragon called Spyro. His weapon of choice is a picosecond aesthetic laser -- the perfect tool to combat dragons made out of ink. Can he emancipate the innocent lady held in its clutches? Click on the video to watch their latest clash unfold!

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CynoSure is a global leader in laser technologies that recently launched in Australia through Dr Pico (Darlinghurst, Sydney). It uses a picosecond aesthetic laser dubbed PicoSure to shatter ink into tiny particles without leaving scarring or burns. Last week, we accompanied a Lifehacker reader during her first PicoSure treatment. Check out the video to see the results unfold firsthand.

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Tattoos can be beautiful works of art, but they aren't always welcome in every situation. Whether it's a job interview, family reunion or even your own wedding, here's the best way to get that ink covered up.