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Filipino Tribal (Batek) is now also a sought-after style for many young Filipino-Americans, but finding an artist that can give true Batek is tough to come by and many of those few artists will only tattoo on clients that are of Filipino descent. Sometimes if a client is not well educated in the culture behind the ink, the artist might not even give a client a tribal tattoo regardless of ethnic descent.
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