New Look in the Spotlight
Over the years, New Look Laser Tattoo Removal has attracted tons of new stories and praise, including on national media outlets such as CNN, MTV and The Washington Post. Look through this page to see some of New Look’s most significant stories.
New Look was featured on an MTV True Life episode called “I Hate My Tattoos.” The episode follows the stories of three people – including Jason from Houston, TX – living with tattoo regret. Jason felt that his job options were restricted because of his numerous visible tattoos. Jason choose to come to New Look Laser Tattoo Removal to get his tattoos professionally removed so that he could improve his earnings and provide for his fiancee. The episode shows his procedure and also features commentary by New Look’s Lynette Kennedy, FNP.
In 2009, the Houston Chronicle featured New Look as a thriving business within the slowed-down economy. The popularity of laser tattoo removal continues to grow despite people making budget cuts elsewhere in their lives: “So while Houstonians are tightening their belts in the economic downturn, they are still paying for tattoo removal — in greater numbers, in fact, than before the recession.” The article expresses the many motivations that compel people to get laser tattoo removal, including the negative effects that visible tattoos can have as people apply for jobs or the military.
In the Houston Press “Best of 2008: City of Sin” issue, New Look Laser Tattoo Removal is featured as the Best Tattoo Removal in Houston. Since this prestigious award, New Look has increased in popularity even further, showing that we’re still #1 in town. If you visit New Look’s Galleria-area location, you can see the award plaque from the Houston Press hanging in our hallway. Read the award status here.
During the 2008 presidential election, New Look gave free tattoo removal treatments to people who came to the clinic wearing “I Voted” stickers. The promotion gained local and national attention, and CNN picked up on the story. CNN interviewed Ryan Lambert, founder of New Look, regarding his reasons for supporting the act of voting by giving away this unique procedure. Read the transcript of the featured interview here.
New Look Laser Tattoo Removal was featured Sunday, February 10, 2008 in a special report on Houston’s ABC 13 Eyewitness News. The story focused on the popularity of homemade tattoos amongst adolescents aged 14 to 22. Homemade tattoos can be applied by a variety of techniques. The most common method uses a sewing needle with ballpoint pen ink or india ink. The tattoos are popular amongst teenagers because they can be performed without a parental waiver (needed at professional tattoo shops). Fortunately, because homemade tattoos insert less ink into the skin, they are very easy to remove at New Look.
New Look Laser Tattoo Removal was featured in the Dallas Morning News on Thursday, August 6, 2009. The story was based on the Dallas Police Department forming more strict rules with regards to allowing tattoos to be seen while wearing the uniform. The article discussed laser tattoo removal as an option for policemen and women with visible tattoos so that they no longer have to wear additional clothing or makeup while enduring summer heat. Many policemen and women have removed their tattoos with New Look and we are proud to help those that are serving our communities.