A can of gloss black Krylon would do the same thing!
What is a person to do when they’re totally covered in ink and want to make a change? Well, there’s always a blackout. Blacking out tattoos has become increasingly popular over the years, as it allows collectors the opportunity for new ink without laser or an unsuccessful coverup. If done correctly, blackout tattoos can look extremely clean and aesthetically appealing, which is what draws many collectors to them—even celebrity artists like Kat Von D.
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I’m so in love with my new blacked out arm tattooed by @hoode215! 🖤 Can’t believe it only took him 1.5 hours – and it’s the most consistent, true black I have ever seen! I feel so lucky to have @hoode215 guest spotting here at @highvoltagetat and excited to have him come back in regular basis! Go follow @hoode215 to see the most impressive black work ever! 🖤🖤🖤
This weekend, celebrity tattoo artist and makeup mogul Kat Von D showed off her new artwork, which is a blackout on her left forearm. The tattooing was done by HoodeTattoos, who specializes in blackout tattooing out of Philadelphia.
In the post, Von D raves about her new work.
“Can’t believe it only took him 1.5 hours – and it’s the most consistent, true black I have ever seen!”Kat Von D
“It’s like, how much more black could this be? and the answer is none. None more black.”Nigel Tufnel