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10 Celebs With Regrettable Tattoos

10 Celebs With Regrettable Tattoos

Tattoos they wish they could take back. (Or we wish they could). Photo: Associated Press, WENN

It might have seemed cool at the time, but we’re placing our bets on these celebrities having some regrets about their tattoos at some point in their lives. As a basic rule, any tattoo placed on one’s face is generally accepted by societal standards as a mistake from the moment of inscription (we’re looking at you, Mike Tyson).

1. Cheryl Cole
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2. Chris Brown
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3. Harry Styles
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4. Lady Gaga
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5. Megan Fox
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6. Mena Suvari
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7. Mike Tyson
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8. Nicole Richie
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9. Pink
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10. Audrina Patridge
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