An influencer insists the tattoo of her boyfriend's name on her forehead is very real.
Ana Stanskovsky left everyone on social media shocked when she unveiled the new design that goes right across her noggin.
She's no stranger to some ink on her body, however the giant KEVIN written in cursive is hard to miss.
But ever since she uploaded the original video, she's been hit with allegations that it's all fake.
Some eagle-eyed viewers said the tattoo gun wasn't real or that it wasn't actually delivering the ink to her forehead.
Others suggested she just used permanent marker.
Ana has posted a few videos on her social media accounts hitting back at the claims that she's doing this all for clout.
“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.
The influencer admitted that she hadn't told her mum about the new design and said she might not like it.
But she is 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.”
That's a fairly good option considering tattoo removal is pretty painful and expensive.
However, celebrity tattoo artist Kevin Paul doesn’t believe that it’s real for one second.
Paul has tattooed a whole host of celebrities such as Harry Styles, Rihanna, and Ed Sheeran, and he reckons this stunt is ‘100% fake’.
“It’s literally black marker pen,” he said.
He added: “The machine isn’t even running and there’s no ink coming out of it.
“There’s no needle actually going into the skin.”
What’s more, she isn’t reacting as you would be if you were getting repeatedly prodded in the head by a sharp needle.
“Her skin would be raised and welted,” Kevin added.
“You don’t sit with a face like that when you’re getting your head tattooed.
“It’s a desperate attempt for a tattoo artist to get noticed, and for the girl to get more followers.”Featured Image Credit: TikTok/Ana Stanskovsky