A tattoo is a permanent kind of body art. A design is made by puncturing the skin with needles and injecting ink, dyes, and pigments into the deep layer of skin. The injections are too painful. Its rare for ladies to dare painful acts, but in Kenya we've few ladies with good tattoos more than some men. Below is a list;
1. Kamene Ngoro
Flaunting a beautiful tattoo on her back, the kiss FM presenter Kamene Goro says she tattooed the name of her ex-boyfriend on herself two weeks before they separated.
She is a Kenyan radio presenter and social activist. Andele is most prominent and popular radio hosts in Kenya who recently hung up the mic at Kiss FM.
She got many tattoos and each one of them has a meaning behind it. She has her name tattooed on her right hand and her new tattoo means representation of hope and love to those who are struggling in life.
3. Janet Mbugua
She was a Kenyan media personality, anchor and actress who served in KTN in her earlier year of her career. She worked for Citizen TV for several years, before announcing her retirement from the media industry.
She shocked thousands of her fans after she posted a photo of her revealing her tattoo on her left breast during the Moet Nectar Launch at Sankara Nairobi.
4. Dana De Grazia
Former Ebru TV presenter and actress Dana De Grazia is one of the hottest and most Tattooed female celebrities in the country.
Her tattoos are rather striking. She really likes her ink and it shows. She took her fans by surprise after getting comedian Eric Omondi's name tattooed at the back of her thigh's.
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