Demi Moore’s youngest daughter, Tallulah Willis, has undergone laser surgery to remove an “impulsive” tattoo.
The 26-year-old, whose father is action man Bruce Willis, paid a visit to the LaserAway clinic in Beverly Hills, California on Monday and later shared a photo of her bandaged arm on Instagram.
“TATTOOS R FUN UNTIL THER NOT (sic),” Tallulah wrote in the caption. “Thankful that magic erasers for skeen (skin) exists @laseraway. *disclaimer my arms are burning as deep as my ego, but it really does work.”
When quizzed by a fan about why she decided to have the skin art removed, she replied, “I was 20 and impulsive.”
Tallulah went on to confess she didn’t really “understand the word permanent” at the time of her decision, and it didn’t take long for her to realise it wasn’t something she wanted to have on her body for the rest of her life.
Back in 2016, she told W magazine, “I have 28 (tattoos) and only regret one.”
She didn’t reveal which ink design she no longer loved, but explained, “Only a few of them have some deeper meaning for me, most of them just feel like little decor on the bod.
“I can’t stop getting them, much to Mama’s chagrin. My favourite one is on my right arm and it’s the head of a creature Scouter (sister Scout) and I collaborated on when we were on board on an airplane.
“In my impulsive way, I decreed that I had to get it the moment we landed, which I did and thankfully it turned out pretty good.”
Tallulah isn’t the only member of the Willis brood to turn to LaserAway specialists to remove a tattoo – big sister Rumer also underwent the treatment back in 2017.