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Kat Von D Gives Fans A Shocking Update On Her ALL-BLACK Tattoo Transformation As She Poses For A Dramatic Photo Shoot: ‘I Knew I Would End Up Getting My Whole Body Tattooed’

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Kat Von D couldn't be happier with her new ink as she posed for a stunning new photoshoot that revealed her completely black tattoo.

Kat Von D couldn’t be happier with her new ink as she posed for a shocking new photoshoot that revealed her completely black tattoo.

The 42-year-old, who first revealed in October that she would be covering all of her colorful tattoos with solid black ink, opened up about her decision while speaking to Inked Magazine.

The star also posed for a stunning photo shoot showing off her arms and back covered in black paint.

“I think I was just fed up with a lot of the tattoos I’d gotten over the years for a long time,” Kat confessed to the outlet before noting that she reached out to an artist, Hoode, who specializes in black tattoos to get started.

“I couldn’t explain how satisfying it was to see all the messes he cleaned up with his tattoos,” the LA Ink alum recalled. “I think at the time I thought I would just get one arm tattooed, but soon after I knew I would end up getting my whole body tattooed.”

Last fall, Kat posted a video of the darkening process on her Instagram account, explaining that it took 17 sessions and nearly 40 hours of work to “get about 80% done with darkening my body.”

Kat Von D couldn’t be happier with her new ink as she posed for a stunning new photoshoot that revealed her completely black tattoo.

The star showed off her striking black tattoo covering almost her entire back and arms.

The star showed off her striking black tattoo covering almost her entire back and arms.

The 42-year-old told Inked magazine:

The 42-year-old told Inked magazine: “I think I’ve long since gotten fed up with a lot of the tattoos I’ve gotten over the years.”

The former reality star added a message to trolls: ‘Maybe before you comment any negativity, just remember: what you consider ugly, may be beautiful to someone else.’

Kat got rid of her past art primarily because many of the tattoos “represented a part of my life that no longer aligns with who I am today.”

“Some people are okay with wearing these kinds of marks over time. I personally got tired of waking up to them and seeing those constant reminders every time I looked in the mirror,” the singer continued. “Plus, I love the aesthetic. I know it’s not for everyone, but for me it’s so satisfying to see a blank slate when I look down at my arms.”

The first step to the blackout was to cover everything except the portrait of Kat’s father on her arm.

At the time, she told her followers how good it felt to “finally cover up so many of the tattoos I got when I used to drink.”

Kat admitted that they “meant nothing to me except reference points in dark times” and later appreciated her new look, which was “nice and clean.”

These days, along with her new style, Kat is also focusing on making new music, something she put on the back burner while creating Kat Von D Beauty in 2008.

“Music has always been my biggest passion,” she explained, “but I think I let a decade or two go by filming TV shows and running my old makeup line. I don’t necessarily regret all the little empires I’ve built over the years, but there’s a part of me that wishes I’d released my music a lot sooner.”

And Kat wants fans to know that this wasn’t a passion that came to her on a whim.

Last fall, the entrepreneur posted a video of the blackout process on her Instagram account, explaining that it took 17 sessions and nearly 40 hours of work to

Last fall, the entrepreneur posted a video of the blackout process on her Instagram account, explaining that it took 17 sessions and nearly 40 hours of work to “get about 80% done with blackout-freeing my body.”

“People were naturally skeptical when it became known that I was making music,” the artist recalls. “And I completely understand that. There aren’t many examples of people who have crossed over from the entertainment industry to music that can be taken seriously.”

She continued: “Right now, we are preparing for the release of the new album, followed by a few months of touring. Music is my main focus right now.”

Despite what others may say, Kat has developed a thick skin after years in the industry and doesn’t listen to the noise of others when it comes to her craft.

“I think social media can make the negative noise louder than the good, even if it’s a smaller percentage, but you just have to find a way to not care,” she shared. “Or at least not let it derail you.”

The star told her followers how good she felt

The star told her followers how good it felt to “finally cover up so many of the tattoos I got when I used to drink.”

These days, along with her new style, the mother of one is also focused on making new music, something she put on the back burner while creating Kat Von D Beauty in 2008:

These days, along with her new style, the mother of one is also focused on making new music, something she put on the back burner while creating Kat Von D Beauty in 2008: “Music has always been my biggest passion.”

But that doesn’t mean that the entrepreneur doesn’t feel hurt or “slightly offended” by negative comments.

Kat added that “most of the time” she just “feels annoyed by the ignorance when it comes to haters.”

Meanwhile, the celebrity’s physical transformation is not the only metamorphosis she has undergone in recent years.

In addition to moving to Indiana with her husband Leafar Seyer (birth name Rafael Reyes) and five-year-old son Leafar, Kat also renounced witchcraft and converted to Christianity in 2023.

“I traded city life for a simple life in rural Indiana, in the middle of nowhere, and I love it,” she told the magazine. “We bought a nice piece of land where we plan to set up our farm soon, once the renovation of our Victorian house is finished.”

In addition to moving to Indiana with her husband Leafar Seyer (birth name Rafael Reyes) and five-year-old son Leafar, the artist also renounced witchcraft and converted to Christianity in 2023: 'I traded city life for a simple life in rural Indiana in the middle of nowhere, and I love it.'

In addition to moving to Indiana with her husband Leafar Seyer (birth name Rafael Reyes) and five-year-old son Leafar, the artist also renounced witchcraft and converted to Christianity in 2023: ‘I traded city life for a simple life in rural Indiana in the middle of nowhere, and I love it.’

Speaking about her decision to turn to faith, the former reality TV star shared on the Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey podcast in November:

Speaking about her decision to turn to faith, the former reality TV star shared on the Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey podcast in November: “I was just looking for answers and meaning in a lot of the wrong places, like most people do.”

Speaking about her decision to turn to faith, Kat shared about I identify with Allie Beth Stuckey podcast in November, ‘I was simply looking for answers and meaning in a lot of the wrong places, like most people do.’

Kat, who got sober 17 years ago, also threw away all her books on witchcraft.

“I don’t want those crutches in my life anymore, and that’s how I really saw it,” she continued. “I just want Jesus, and it’s a very narrow path. I feel like all those other breathing techniques, or spells, nature worship, all that stuff, they’re just crutches. They’re not really my answer.”

“For me,” Kat concluded, “I prefer to eliminate any distractions. And this is what works for me.”

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