How Many Tattoos Does Miley Cyrus Have?
Plenty of celebrities are covered with tattoos, and while collecting tattoos is normalized, if not trendy, removing tattoos is also becoming increasingly popular. Coming off of the news that Pete Davidson is removing all of his tattoos, we began to wonder what it would look like if other celebrities decided to ditch their iconic ink. In the same vein as Pete (having a large number of tattoos), Miley Cyrus has 74+ unique pieces tattooed on her body. If she wanted to remove her tattoos, could she? Where would she start? How long would that take? Here’s what it would look like if the former Disney star and “Angels Like You” singer wanted to blast all of her tattoos off.
How Do You Start Tattoo Removal?
For a lot of people, starting tattoo removal can seem daunting, but the first step is to just book a consultation so we can determine what the process will look like for each client. In Miley’s case, this would be no different. We’d want to run her through a consultation so we could figure out which tattoo(s) she wants removed and set expectations for how long it might take and the results she could expect to see. “What if she wanted to remove all of her tattoos though?” It’s possible! Tattoo removal is dependent on a few main factors: how dense the ink in a tattoo is, where the tattoo is located on the body, and overall health of the client.
When considering which tattoos to start on for Miley Cyrus, we’d begin by asking her which ones she most wanted removed. We’d want to start with those, then move to any darker or bigger tattoos. A lot of our clients choose to remove tattoos they have outgrown, no longer find meaning in or tattoos that are hard reminders of the past. Something perhaps like Miley’s matching trident tattoo that she had tattooed after only five months of dating her now ex-boyfriend, Cody Simpson; or her Vegemite tattoo that was inked while she was with ex-husband, Liam Hemsworth.
How Tattoo Removal Works
You might be wondering how tattoo removal actually works and why it takes multiple sessions to remove a tattoo. Laser tattoo removal works by focusing powerful light energy on ink particles in the skin. That light energy is emitted in such a short burst that only the ink is affected and the surrounding tissue is left intact– this means that lasers don’t actually react with un-inked skin.
The ink in your tattoo is broken up into smaller pieces which your body begins to process out over time. Laser tattoo removal happens over the course of several sessions due to different depths of the ink in the skin. Each session breaks the ink into smaller particles which your body then naturally processes out.
Removery has performed over 250,000 successful sessions, and our clinical team has pioneered the use of all laser technology to remove tattoos on all skin types. This experience allows Removery to achieve more predictable results faster than what once was believed to be possible.