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. 1: Salina, Kan.While the city of Olathe has the lowest ratio of tattoo parlors vs. residents in Kansas, its close proximity to Kansas City, considered very "tattoo-friendly" with at least 53 listed parlors (that's about 11 per 100,000 people), makes it more likely to sport visible ink; hence, our No. 1 spot falls to the pretty-sounding family town of Salina, recently elected by Business Week magazine as the "best place in Kansas to raise your kids." With only one listed tattoo parlor for 46,140 people (that equates to about two per 100,000 people), Salina is also several hours by car from both Kansas City and Wichita, making it less convenient for Salina residents to get inked.