Woman's 'I love Stormzy' henna tattoo stains her skin

Woman who had £10 ‘I love Stormzy’ henna tattoo inked 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 henna tattoo from Leeds Festival stained her skin 
  • Posting on TikTok, the 19-year-old showed the ink on her chest since August
  • Responses to the thread offered suggestions for how to remove the henna  

A Stormzy fan who wanted to show her dedication to the singer has revealed her regret, after a temporary henna tattoo inked on her chest during the summer has refused to budge. 

Posting on TikTok, Emily Cook, 19, explained that she paid £10 for the ‘I love Stormzy’ henna tattoo ahead of watching the rapper perform at Leeds Festival in August. 

But the teenager revealed that the tattoo has not faded since, and she’s been left with the slogan emblazoned on her chest.  

Henna tattoos usually last just two weeks, a flood of responses to the clip offered Emily advice on how to get rid of it. 

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

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

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

A voice over said ‘I don’t want to live with regret’ as Emily exposed the henna tattoo lip-syncing ‘that was regret’.  

The henna tattoo blunder has racked up over 292,000 views with many people warning that the ink could leave a permanent mark. 

It’s a funny story to explain #leedsfestival #leedsfest #stormzy #henna #regrets #thatwasaregret

Stormzy (pictured) was among the acts to headline the Leeds Festival at Bramham Park

Other responses to the video captioned ‘it’s a funny story to explain’, came from people offering their advice for removing henna tattoos.

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

‘Try lemon juice and sugar,’ another said.

A third added: ‘Soak in a hot bath sit in it for ages. Got mine off from Boardmasters’ 

Another joked: ‘Why have you been wearing turtleneck jumpers for the last three months?’ 

Responses to Emily’s video have advised her to fade her henna tattoo using lemon juice or toothpaste 

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