Justin Bieber has been adding to his extensive body art collection for quite some time, and now has tattoos spanning his chest, arms, and neck. Most recently, the "Holy" singer debuted a rose design on his neck, and he even documented the getting it done. As it turns out though, he didn&apost want to have his tattoos showing in his new music video for "Anyone", which dropped on New Year&aposs Eve. We know because, being the content creator that he is, Bieber documented the cover-up process, too.
On Friday, January 1, he revealed the behind the scenes moment on his Instagram grid in a sped-up video, along with the caption: "No tats for the #Anyonevideo 🎥: @alfredoflores." In the clip, Bieber is shown sitting in a makeup chair while two artists work on airbrushing his tattoos until they&aposre completely covered up. It&aposs truly a mesmerizing sight to see all of the singer&aposs body art disappear before your eyes. Oh, the magic of makeup, folks.
Naturally, fans flooded the post&aposs comment section with messages like, "Feels so weird to see you without tattoos 😂," "THAT WAS SICK TO WATTTTCH," and "I just realized that I love your tattoos 😂."
Bieber didn&apost reveal how long the full cover-up process took, but based on the fact that Pete Davidson has decided to have all of his tattoos removed by way of lasering because he doesn&apost want to bother having them covered up anymore, well, we&aposd guess it takes a while.
Now, if you have tattoos you want to cover up, but you don&apost feel like splurging on an at-home airbrush system, there are several amazing ultra-high coverage concealers that will help get the job done. Ben Nye&aposs Tattoo Cover and Jordane&aposs Total Tattoo Cover are just two awesome options to consider picking up if you&aposre someone who likes to conceal your ink sometimes.
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