Why this cancer survivor has his head tattoo removed

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Chemotherapy is one of the most widely used drug treatments for cancer, and one of its most common side effects is hair loss. Hair loss can be very traumatic for cancer patients, regardless of gender, and many seek temporary and permanent hair solutions. However, as Marcus Miller, a 48-year-old Scottish man, can attest today, these solutions can often turn out to be problems in themselves.

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Miller lost his hair after undergoing treatment for testicular cancer and sought a tattoo artist for a head tattoo that would mimic the appearance of hair. According to Metro UK, he spent £ 250 (around $ 321) to get a tattoo on his scalp that would look like a shaved head, however, he ended up with an uneven blue monstrosity.

Miller got a tattoo over two years ago and reportedly spent thousands of pounds on custom wigs to cover up the spotty mess. He is currently having the tattoo removed by a specialist in Scotland, who has called his skull “the worst tattoo he has ever seen” and is offering the removal treatments free of charge.

Photo by David Johnstone

Photo by David Johnstone

What do you think of this shocking head tattoo? Can you believe this epic ink disaster? Let us know your thoughts on this story in the comments section.

Photo by David Johnstone

Photo by David Johnstone


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