TikToker Regrets Tattoos But Not The One On Her Face
make a point: to express an idea or opinion clearly and effectively
Ana Stanskovsky, a TikToker, recently shocked the world. She posted a video showing her getting a tattoo of her boyfriend’s name, “Kevin,” on her forehead. The video went viral with over 32.9 million views. Many people were shocked and asked what she would do if she and Kevin broke up. But, Ana had a surprise. In another video, she revealed the tattoo was fake! She wiped it off her forehead. Ana did this to make a point. She regrets many of the tattoos she got when she was younger. Her family tried to warn her, but she didn’t listen because they didn’t have tattoos. She hopes that young people will listen to her since she is speaking from experience. However, many young people don’t see tattoos as permanent anymore because tattoo removal has become so common. These days many shops that offer tattoos also do removal. In the US, these procedures rose from 63,000 in 2012 to 164,000 in 2019
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Ana Stankovsky said she ‘tricked the whole internet’ into believing she got her boyfriend’s name tattooed on her face to raise awareness about tattoo regret