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Eva Longoria removes 07-07-07 Tattoo

Eva Longoria removes 07-07-07 Tattoo - Eva Longoria and ex-husband Tony Parker divorced last year, shocking many who thought this might be one of the few Hollywood couples that make it. Now it appears Longoria is moving on, not with another man, but with a laser.

In a story from Us Weekly, she was photographed leaving Jeremy Renner's 40th birthday party without the distinctive tattoo she used to bear on her right wrist. She had sported a tattoo there commemorating her anniversary date, and it appears that she underwent laser tattoo removal.

Eva Longoria removes 07-07-07 Tattoo

While it is possible that Longoria was simply covering up her ink, removal is certainly on the table. Using laser treatments, physicians can remove, or at least fade tattoos for many people. Some report that having a tattoo removed causes about the same amount of pain as having one put on. Luckily, physicians commonly apply a topical anesthetic cream to the area before they ever start the removal which makes it much less painful. Also, many lasers have built in cooling devices that send a blast of cold air along with the laser pulse for added patient comfort.

Every tattoo is different and in some cases, several different lasers are needed to treat all of the different colors in a tattoo. Green, purple, orange and yellow inks are very difficult to remove while blacks, blues and reds are a bit easier. The jury is still out on how much effect the age of the tattoo has on the ease of removal, but some doctors do say that the older the tattoo, the harder it is.

Eva Longoria removes 07-07-07 Tattoo

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