Cardi B Just Spent One Week Getting Tatted — See The Results Of Her Finished Tattoo
Cardi B just spent one-week getting tattooed! Well, it wasn't a brand new tattoo — the "Clout" singer retouched her large peacock tattoo and the results were fabulous. The tattoo travels down her right hip and straps around the back of her upper thigh. There were a few major changes to the tattoo including the covering of a small, yellow flower with a large lotus and butterfly. Cardi B explained that she originally had the tattoo done ten years ago and it was time to source it up a bit. While many people are trying to find creative ways to occupy their time during the Coronavirus pandemic and social distancing rules that are currently underway, Cardi B may have found the best way to make use of her free schedule.
Cardi B explained that she's been in a lot of pain and it's no surprise why! Sharing a before and after photo of the tattoo, you can only imagine how much it must have hurt to have such a large area of her body tattooed. The colors and detail in the tattoo look amazing and it is a great improvement to the faded colors from her previous tattoo.
She shared the following caption along with the before and after photos.
So after ten years I gave my peacock tattoo a makeover.This whole week I been takin hours of pain getting tatted 😩😂.Thank you @jamie_schene
You can see a photo of Cardi B showing off her tattoo on her other hip below.
In the photo below, you can see the old peacock tattoo, before Cardi B had it redone. The colors are light, muted, and faded compared to the vivid details and bright colors that tattoo now features.
What do you think about Cardi B's recent tattoo work? Are you surprised that she used her time during the Coronavirus lockdown to freshen up her tattoo? How have you been spending your time during the pandemic?
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