Danny Stahl has more than 72 tattoos, including ink on his legs, two full sleeves, a chest piece, a neck piece, nine tattoos on his face, and one on the back of his skull. “Not enough!” He jokes. In a recent episode of Truly’s Transformed series, the 27-year-old, who got his first tattoo at 18 and hasn’t stopped since, decides to cover up all of his ink by a professional makeup artist to see what he would look like without it.
“If I woke up with no tattoos, I would probably feel like a basic bro,” he says. “‘Yo, what’s up, my name’s Chad, let’s go to the beach.’ No. I would hate it.”
Makeup artist Raven begins by applying color corrector to pretty much Danny’s entire body, then layering on top of that with a pigment that matches his skin tone. Then she lets it set, and repeats. “He looks really good,” she says. “We were able to add a lot of the natural male contours back onto his face.”
“Holy crap,” he says when he sees the final outcome. “I look like a freaking Ken doll, this is so weird! I don’t like it… It’s a no for me. A hard no.”
“I didn’t expect it to look this crazy and realistic,” he continues. Then he leaves to show off the new look to his mother Robin, who has taken time to get used to Danny’s face tattoos after he first got inked without her permission.
“I don’t recognize you! You look totally different!” She says. “I don’t like it… I do miss your tattoos. Because they’re you. They match your personality.”
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