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Woman who had ‘I love Stormzy’ inked on her chest reveals henna tattoo stained her skin

Woman who had 10lb ‘I love Stormzy’ henna tattoo on her chest at Leeds Festival in August reveals it’s still on her skin more than two MONTHS later

  • Emily Cook has claimed her Leeds Festival henna tattoo stained her skin
  • The 19-year-old posted on TikTok and showed the ink on her chest since August
  • Comments on the thread offered suggestions on how to remove the henna


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A Stormzy fan looking to show her devotion to the singer has expressed regret after a temporary henna tattoo inked on her chest over the summer refused to budge.

Post to TikTokEmily Cook, 19, explained that she paid £10 for the ‘I love Stormzy’ henna tattoo before seeing the rapper perform at Leeds Festival in August.

But the teen revealed that the tattoo hasn’t faded since then, and she’s left with the tagline on her chest.

Henna tattoos usually only last two weeks, a deluge of comments to the clip offered Emily advice on how to get rid of them.

Emily Cook claims a henna tattoo she got for £10 at Leeds Festival in August (pictured) hasn't faded from her skin

Emily Cook claims a henna tattoo she got for £10 at Leeds Festival in August (pictured) hasn’t faded from her skin

Emily took to TikTok to share the 'I love Stormzy' marking on her chest months after the festival, despite henna usually fading after two weeks

Emily took to TikTok to share the 'I love Stormzy' marking on her chest months after the festival, despite henna usually fading after two weeks

Emily took to TikTok to share the ‘I love Stormzy’ marking on her chest months after the festival, despite henna usually fading after two weeks

Emily captioned her message 'It's a funny story to explain' as she joked about her regret having the henna tattoo

Emily captioned her message 'It's a funny story to explain' as she joked about her regret having the henna tattoo

Emily captioned her message ‘It’s a funny story to explain’ as she joked about her regret having the henna tattoo

Emily shared a clip showing her sitting on the grass at Leeds Festival, wearing a green bikini top and shorts, while a woman did the £10 ink.

However, a follow-up clip captured her shock that the phrase “I love Stormzy” is still visible months later.

A voiceover said “I don’t want to live with regrets” when Emily exposed the henna tattoo lip sync “that was regrets.”

The henna tattoo blunder has been viewed more than 292,000 times, and many people warned that the ink could leave a permanent mark.

Stormzy (pictured) was one of the acts to headline the Leeds Festival in Bramham Park

Stormzy (pictured) was one of the acts to headline the Leeds Festival in Bramham Park

Stormzy (pictured) was one of the acts to headline the Leeds Festival in Bramham Park

Other comments on the video, captioned “it’s a funny story to explain,” came from people giving their advice on how to remove henna tattoos.

One person wrote: ‘Try lemon juice or toothpaste. Toothpaste burns a little, but it faded mine’

“Try lemon juice and sugar,” said another.

A third added: ‘Work for ages in a warm bath. Got mine off Boardmasters’

Another joked, “Why have you been wearing turtlenecks for the past three months?”

Comments on Emily's video advised her to fade her henna tattoo with lemon juice or toothpaste

Comments on Emily's video advised her to fade her henna tattoo with lemon juice or toothpaste

Comments on Emily’s video advised her to fade her henna tattoo with lemon juice or toothpaste

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