But white-ink tattoos have become an overnight success with a host of celebrity
followers from supermodel Kate Moss to actress Lindsay Lohan.
The permanent designs are applied with a regular tattoo gun, yet use ink that is thicker and of a higher quality than normal to stand out on the skin.
Lindsay Lohan (left) and Kate Moss have white-ink tattoos
and reality TV star Jasmine Lennard, 22, has become the latest
celebrity to have one done, spending £100 for the words a more
appassionato (love passionately) to be inscribed on the inside of her
right wrist in white ink.
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