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Influencer who says she got her boyfriend’s name ‘tattooed’ on her forehead admits it was fake

Stewart Perrie

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Influencer who says she got her boyfriend’s name ‘tattooed’ on her forehead admits it was fake

The influencer who claimed she got her boyfriend's name tattooed across her face has admitted it was all fake.

Ana Stanskovsky racked up tens of millions of views on TikTok when she posted a video showing a tattoo artist ink her noggin with the name Kevin.

Everyone thought there was no way she had actually gone through with it.

“Yes, it’s real,” she confirmed. “I can’t even believe it myself that I did it.”


She added: “I know it’s a little bit crazy. But I like to express my feelings, and I think if you really love someone you should be able to show it off.”

Ana said she was 'sick and tired' of everyone on social media telling her that it's fake.

But she was happy with her expression of love for her partner.


Ana also addressed everyone's concerns about what will happen if she and Kevin break up.

“I don’t know why people think getting such a big tattoo on your forehead is a big deal...You can still find a job and stuff," she said.

“If we break up, I will just have to find myself a different Kevin.”

However, she has very predictably revealed that the tattoo is, in fact, very fake.


Ana posted a video on her social media accounts where she wiped off the Kevin from her forehead and explained why she did it.

"All I want to say is that I regret my tattoo...but not this one," she said as she pointed to the Kevin design.

"Because this is not actually a real tattoo.


"And the reason why I tricked the whole internet is that I have a message to young people and all of the people who want to get covered in tattoos.

"I want everyone to know that I regret my tattoos and you might regret yours when you get older.

"And as a person fully covered in tattoos, I feel like this is my responsibility to speak up, share my experience, and when people see me on social media the first thing they notice about me is my tattoos.

"So if I influence people, I want to influence people in the right way."


She explained that when she got her first designs inked 10 years ago, her mum and her friends told her she would regret them.

But she didn't listen to them because they didn't have any tattoos.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Ana Stanskovsky

Topics: Viral, Social Media

Stewart Perrie
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