Say Goodbye to Ex-Love Tattoos with ‘Ink Twice’!

Tinder is offering Londoners the chance to cover up their regretted tattoos for free

Discover how Tinder’s ‘Ink Twice’ is helping Londoners erase their tattooed reminders of past relationships. Get insights into this unique partnership with Sixty Ink tattoo parlour and the chance to start fresh with a new ink canvas.

Breakups can leave us with more than emotional scars. Many leave a lasting, physical reminder in the form of a tattoo dedicated to a past flame. But what if you could turn back time and erase that inked ode to a love gone wrong? Enter Tinder’s ‘Ink Twice,’ a unique and daring initiative capturing the hearts of Londoners looking to move on from their tattooed past.

Rediscovering Love in London

The Unforgettable Tattoos

We’ve all got things that remind us of our ex: that particular coffee shop, park bench, or street corner where you snogged once. But some reminders are worse than others. Like a tattoo, for instance.

A Second Chance at Love

You may have wanted to declare your love for your ex in the act of permanence back then, but now the mere sight of their initials on your forearm is enough to bring your breakfast back up. That’s why Tinder offers Londoners with tattoos of their exes to get free coverups this October, so you can start again with a freshly inked slate.

Tinder is offering Londoners the chance to cover up their regretted tattoos for free

Ink Twice: The Redemption Journey

The Tattoo Pop-Up

Tinder is opening ‘Ink Twice,’ a free tattoo pop-up in partnership with Sixty Ink tattoo parlour from October 11-13. Over the three days, tattoo artists Claudio, Suze, and Dominga will be there to redo those questionable tats and mend your broken hearts.

How to Get a Second Chance

People with tattoos they regret can enquire about getting a coverup on the Ink Twice website. You’ll be able to have a tattoo consultation with one of the three Sixty Ink tattoo artists, who will then let you know if they have chosen you for a free tattoo.

Challenging Conventional Wisdom

Defying Breakup Norms

They say you shouldn’t get a tattoo or a drastic haircut during a breakup. To that, we say, pfffffft.


Tinder’s ‘Ink Twice’ is not just an opportunity to erase the inked reminders of past relationships; it’s a chance to reclaim your body as a canvas for new beginnings. This bold initiative challenges societal norms and offers a fresh perspective on healing from heartbreak. So, if you’re in London and have a tattoo haunting your memories, don’t miss your chance to rewrite your love story at ‘Ink Twice.’ Tattooed love may be unforgettable, but it doesn’t have to be permanent.

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