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Saturday, 14 April 2012

Grazia airbrush away Megan Fox's tattoo



Now you see it, now you don't
GRAZIA FRANCE
A Hollywood actress with humungous back tattoos is always going to cause problems for antsy magazine art directors (and film directors who have to haul in the biggest vats of concealer known to man when they want someone to portray an innocent country girl and they have 'Up Yours' tattooed across their shoulders). The folk at French Grazia obviously didn't think this through though when commissioning Megan Fox to be their cover star.
They stuck the actress in a back-baring dress by Armani which perfectly showed off the two whopping quotes etched onto her skin (neither of which are 'Up Yours')...And then photoshopped one off on the cover.
That was some quick laser tattoo removal
GRAZIA FRANCE
 
Her Shakespeare quote from King Lear, "We will all laugh at gilded butterflies", was kept in while the German philosopher Nietzche's musings ("and those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music") were edited out.  
Awkward.
And it's not as if people don't know the tatt is there, as they left it in when they replicated the shot inside the magazine.
Hang on! It's BACK (geddit?)
GRAZIA FRANCE
 
Why put her in a back-baring dress if you don't want to show her tattoos, eh? Or just show her front on the cover - it's not a bad view, we promise.
Megan Fox has 8 tattoos, but is getting the one of Marilyn Monroe on her forearm lasered off. She explained last year, "I'm removing it. It is a negative character as she suffered from personality disorders and was bipolar. I do not want to attract this kind of negative energy in my life."
How about photoshopping? Do you want to attract that into your life, hmm...?