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Woman Tattoos Boyfriend’s Name on Forehead Sparks Controversy.

Juliet Korkor 2 months ago 0

A video featuring Lizah Njeri from Kenya has gained traction online, depicting her apparently tattooing her lover’s name onto her forehead.

This has ignited a spirited discussion across various social media platforms, with many expressing concern about the permanence of the tattoo and advising against such a bold gesture.

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However, Lizah Njeri clarified that the design was created using henna, a non-permanent dye.

She explained that the artwork symbolized her commitment to her relationship and her profound affection for her partner.

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The video, capturing the moment she revealed the henna design on her forehead, has garnered significant attention.

Despite initial confusion, viewers noted that henna fades over time.

Social media users flooded her comments with a mixture of caution and admiration for her devotion to love, urging her to consider the potential consequences while also commending her loyalty.

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According to St. Thomas University, henna is a temporary dye that sits on the surface of the skin.

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