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Zoë Kravitz Dishes On Ditching Dozens Of Tattoos After Turning 30— ‘I Don’t Need This On My Body’

At only 33 years old, Zoë Kravitz is already reflecting on how her perspectives have shifted at this point in her life.

The High Fidelity actress, who dons an array of tiny tatts, recently linked with GQ and acknowledged how her view on body ink has evolved.

Does Zoë Have Tattoo Regret?

During her profile, Kravitz spoke on how she’s undergoing the process of getting just a few of her many tattoos removed. She explained the decision as essentially being a by-product of maturing a bit more and losing interest in some of the ink she got done in the past—including a small star on her middle finger, which she’s had since she was a teenager.

“I’m like, ‘I don’t need this on my body.’”

She’s Spoken On Her Ink Before

Last year, Zoë had a sit-down with InStyle to discuss her body art.

While she declared that tattoos “are a beautiful form of adornment,” she admitted that she had nonetheless gotten some of her ink removed. However, she still plans to grow her tattoo collection.

“I think tattoos are a beautiful form of adornment, just like makeup or jewelry. It’s funny because I don’t even know how many I have. I hardly see them anymore because I am so used to them. There are some I like more than others. I have gotten a few removed, but I plan on getting more tattoos. Once you’re into it, it’s hard to stop”

 

Zoë Kravitz Is Still Recovering From Social Media Backlash

Of course, we have to add that the actress is still facing heat for some controversy she sparked earlier this year.

After the infamous “slapgate” incident between Will Smith and Chris Rock went down at the 2022 Academy Awards (aka Oscars), Kravitz slammed the ordeal in a series of Instagram posts.

Zoë soon faced the wrath of Twitter.

Zoë Kravitz : *says some words about will smith*

Black Twitter : WE ATTACK AT DAWN! pic.twitter.com/s33lzfddW5

— Shuri (@Rich_Rakgadi_) March 30, 2022

I expected nothing less from Zoe Kravitz she’s literally a white woman pic.twitter.com/8SfT4bcczQ

— 𝙴𝚛𝚒𝚌𝚔𝚊 (@_theeunicorn_) March 30, 2022

Notably, someone even went and dug up some questionable comments Zoë about a then-underage Jaden Smith back in 2013, further fueling the outrage.

woke up to zoë kravitz being canceled for being a predator, her rise and fall in the span of two weeks is legendary, zendaya’s price just went up pic.twitter.com/CEGqjA8S3k

— capalot ⁶ (@therealtenroy) March 30, 2022

Me finding out Zoe Kravitz is a Predator and not gang pic.twitter.com/OD0CPH081E

— Kay (@Kaylasherese) March 29, 2022

zoe kravitz spoke on will smith and 20 minutes later everybody and their mothers business was all out on the tl like that was a dark day

— björking off (@sicksadchris) August 16, 2022

When Zoe Kravitz spoke out against Will Smith and the entire tl decided to unleash the tea they’d kept on her for years: https://t.co/HDyPDCMzY5

— stream numanice #2 (i hate it here) (@eniyapendleton) August 21, 2022

She appeared to lightly reference the situation during her recent GQ feature, as she mentioned how she stays away from social media due to her propensity to speak without a filter.

“I definitely have a foot-in-mouth situation, and I shouldn’t always say what I think in the moment, especially because you don’t always think those things forever.”

Can you relate to Zoë Kravitz’s comments about her ink, and would you ever undergo tattoo removal?

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At only 33 years old, Zoë Kravitz is already reflecting on how her perspectives have shifted at this point in her life.

The High Fidelity actress, who dons an array of tiny tatts, recently linked with GQ and acknowledged how her view on body ink has evolved.

Does Zoë Have Tattoo Regret?

During her profile, Kravitz spoke on how she’s undergoing the process of getting just a few of her many tattoos removed. She explained the decision as essentially being a by-product of maturing a bit more and losing interest in some of the ink she got done in the past—including a small star on her middle finger, which she’s had since she was a teenager.

“I’m like, ‘I don’t need this on my body.’”

She’s Spoken On Her Ink Before

Last year, Zoë had a sit-down with InStyle to discuss her body art.

While she declared that tattoos “are a beautiful form of adornment,” she admitted that she had nonetheless gotten some of her ink removed. However, she still plans to grow her tattoo collection.

“I think tattoos are a beautiful form of adornment, just like makeup or jewelry. It’s funny because I don’t even know how many I have. I hardly see them anymore because I am so used to them. There are some I like more than others. I have gotten a few removed, but I plan on getting more tattoos. Once you’re into it, it’s hard to stop”

Zoë Kravitz Is Still Recovering From Social Media Backlash

Of course, we have to add that the actress is still facing heat for some controversy she sparked earlier this year.

After the infamous “slapgate” incident between Will Smith and Chris Rock went down at the 2022 Academy Awards (aka Oscars), Kravitz slammed the ordeal in a series of Instagram posts.

Zoë soon faced the wrath of Twitter.

Notably, someone even went and dug up some questionable comments Zoë about a then-underage Jaden Smith back in 2013, further fueling the outrage.

She appeared to lightly reference the situation during her recent GQ feature, as she mentioned how she stays away from social media due to her propensity to speak without a filter.

“I definitely have a foot-in-mouth situation, and I shouldn’t always say what I think in the moment, especially because you don’t always think those things forever.”

Can you relate to Zoë Kravitz’s comments about her ink, and would you ever undergo tattoo removal?

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