No, the laser removal is not ideal. There seems often to be a smudgy ghost of the tattoo left over.Ok then ... get the tattoo.
Tattoo art is associated with certain Art genres, yes, but "or whatever" is more like it; it's more about fitting in with a sub-culture (an increasingly larger one, to be sure) than about artistic expression. The person getting the tattoo is rarely the artist or designer. Their function is more like 'curator' or editor, choosing what artwork and where, but not actually doing the artwork.By the way, I forgot about, wasn't thinking about, the artistic aspect of it. If getting tattooed is the avenue of artistic (or whatever) expression that one feels one must take, then ... there's no arguing with that I guess.
I thought that actress was in her twenties for the longest time. Turns out she's in her forties.BTW, I read somewhere that the actress that plays Abby on NCIS owns most of the tattoos that she wears, but that the spider-web tattoo on her neck is applied by make-up before each shoot.