The cult fave glides on silky smooth, offers Sharpie-like pigment, and stays put all day long, but right now, it's currently facing major backlash. It all started when this post went viral on Facebook. The photo was shared over 5. Unsurprisingly, people were NOT happy that the brand was seemingly selling the same product for double the price. Apparently, the drama got back to Kat, so she was forced to share a rebuttal on her personal Instagram.
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Each week an artist will be tested with a variety of sort-of tattoo-themed challenges, from doing graffiti to painting cars. Winners get immunity from being eliminated while the rest go head-to-head to see who will get kicked off the show until only one remains. That last artist standing will be crowned, wait for it, the Ink Master, and win a cash prize. The show has made it through plenty of seasons and two spinoffs, indicating it's pretty popular overall. But is everything as real as it seems on the show? Reality TV has a bad reputation for not being all that real, and it looks like Ink Master is no different. They call the people who show up to get tattooed on Ink Master "human canvases," which is only vaguely dehumanizing but accurate enough for the show's purposes.
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Serial love cheat Jesse James bedded at least 20 women behind his wife's back, leaving his seven year marriage to champion drag racer Alexis DeJoria in tatters, sources tell DailyMail. Jesse, who announced the split from his wife in late March, scoured dating sites for casual hook ups and sent racy messages begging women for sex on Snapchat , Instagram and Facebook, as well as messaging app Voxer. Other women would fly in to Austin and hook up with Jesse in hotel rooms in the city.
This week, Kat Von D revealed that she went to the same school as Paris Hilton where they both experienced abuse and trauma. Hilton recently released her tell-all documentary This Is Paris. In the film, Hilton details the physical and mental abuse she experienced as a teenager at the Utah school. Now, Kat Von D is also speaking out about her experiences at the very same institution.