Photoshop Expert Removes Post Malone's Trademark Face Tattoos
While Post Malone has just shown off his new trim; it's difficult to imagine him fresh faced and without his face tattoos.
But a Photoshop expert has shown us just how different he looks without all his ink and all I can say he looks very... normal. Not only did YouTuber Mitchell Wiggs take off his face tats, he also smoothed out his signature curly hair, instead opting for a neat short back and sides.
Instead of his unique facial art he is left with not only a clear face but an absolutely great complexion.
The video itself is pretty mesmerising, as Mitchell gradually removes Post's tattoos one by one, evening out his skin tone and getting rid of any sign of them.
He's left looking very clean cut and mature, and you can easily envision him as part of a boy band or working in a bank. He certainly looks more like the type that your dad wouldn't mind you bringing home.
But it doesn't look like Post is planning on stopping his tattoo addiction any time soon, and he's even recently added to his collection.
Post, real name Austin Richard Post, shared a snap on his Instagram account showing off the tat alongside the caption: "I have cut my hair even shorter, also skeletons are cool.
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"Spread your heart as much as you can. A little love goes farther than you think.
"Stay strong and keep kicking ass. Love, Austin."
The new tattoo joins the several others he's got splashed across his face, including the words 'always tired' under his eyes, some barbed wire, the words 'stay away' and a fancy-looking sword.
When asked by Tim Westwood why he had chosen those two words specifically, he replied: "I tried to do something that's relatively the same length of letters.
"I guess 'always' is more letters than 'tired,' but I was tired, so I didn't realise."
When asked why he decided to start inking his face, he said: "Anything to piss my mum off."
Before adding: "It's not right. I got a face for radio anyways, so why not?"
He's a little rebel isn't he.