Celebrity tattoo artist calls out influencer who 'got boyfriend's name inked on forehead'

A tattooist has criticized the influencer who purportedly had her boyfriend's name tattooed on her forehead, asserting that it is entirely fabricated.
Ana Stanskovsky, a 27-year-old content creator, stirred controversy by posting a video of herself getting her partner Kevin's name permanently inked on her forehead.

The eyebrow-raising footage documented her reaction while the tattoo needle traced bold, oversized, black lettering just below her hairline. After its completion, Ana grinned at her reflection in the mirror, appreciating her latest addition.

The footage went viral on TikTok - amassing a staggering 25.65 million views - with the comment section being filled with many doubtful detractors remarking that the extreme display of love was not real.

One skeptical critic questioned whether the social media star's over-the-top tattoo was just simply a staged stunt for attention, writing: "It’s a prank. There’s no blood or redness."

A second interjected: "The needle isn't moving. Why isn't it red and inflamed when it's done," while someone else remarked: "People who think this is real have obviously never gotten a tattoo."
A celebrity tattooist, ironically named Kevin Paul, has also chimed in on the claims surrounding the controversial ink and stated that he doesn't believe that it is authentic.

Speaking to the Metro, Paul said: "100% fake," adding, "It’s literally black marker pen."

The professional - who's drawn on Rihanna, Harry Styles, and Ed Sheeran - explained that there are several suspect elements to the young woman's story.

"The machine isn’t even running and there’s no ink coming out of it," he continued. "There’s no needle actually going into the skin."

The body art aficionado also has several tattoos on his head and called out Ana's supposed reaction to getting inked: "You don’t sit with a face like that when you're getting your head tattooed.

"It hurts. It's a desperate attempt for a tattoo artist to get noticed, and for the girl to get more followers," Paul concluded.

Despite the cynics, the influencer has spoken up against the fake ink allegations and insisted that it's not a "prank" in a series of videos shared on TikTok.

In one particular clip, Ana shared a response to the comment: "Wow you will regret this one day," and said that she's "in love" every time she looks in the mirror.

"I'm in love with the tattoo and I'm in love with my boyfriend," she declared. "I think if you really love someone, you've just got to show it you know, you've just got to prove it."

She also went on to inform people that their significant others should follow suit. "If your girlfriend doesn’t wanna tattoo your name on her face...you just need to find yourself a new girlfriend because I don't think she loves you," she said.

"This is the way you're showing your love, you know," the social media star continued. "I know many of you said I'm gonna regret that and what if we break up and all of this stuff, all of this horrible stuff and I just wanna say this is how I'm expressing my feelings so if I love someone, I'm doing this. I'm loving it, I'm definitely never gonna regret that. How can I regret this? It's beautiful."
The lovebird also shared a recent video of her attempting to wipe her tattoo with tissue to prove that it's real - but funny enough, the clip ends with a cliffhanger, fueling many critics' belief that the ink is not real.

"'Let’s wipe it off to prove it’s real' doesn’t wipe it at all," one user wrote.


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