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. 2: Anchorage, AlaskaAs a top skin city, Anchorage is rife with great tattoo "canvases" ... but it looks like the artists here might be in for disappointment. With about six tattoo shops in the immediate area, Anchorage averages only two tattoo shops per 100,000 people. On the bright side (for tattoo fans), its relatively low senior population (5.5 percent), proximity to more tattoo shops within an hour's drive, status as a tourist destination and home to two military bases increases the chances that tattoos might be more popular here than the numbers show.
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