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Unique Body Art to Hide Past Self-Harming Actions

 - Jul 30, 2009
References: bizarremag
Covering up the memory of self-harming action can be a way of showing how one has moved on with their life. These branding and scarification creations show how people have covered up their old scars with these new designs.

Instead of tattooing, many people are turning to this new found fad of branding to show how they have embraced their past and are looking towards the future.

Check out the arms of these brave people in the gallery above.