8 U.S. Cities with the Least Tattoos
The residents in these towns are ink-free -- the only sleeves they wear are made of cotton
No. 3: Helena, Mont.Sick of "tramp stamps"? Head to Helena! Montana's landlocked capital city has one listed tattoo parlor to serve its 25,780 residents, 14 percent of whom are over age 65. The mountain city also has a larger female population, who tend to have slightly fewer tattoos than men, according to the Harris Interactive poll.
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