Dianté Marigny looks unrecognizable after implementing a cover-up technique that had users shocked.
Taking to Instagram, the stunning young journalist gave her followers a behind-the-scenes look at how she gets ready for showtime.
The tattooed TV anchor filmed a time-lapse clip of herself covering her body art with impressively opaque makeup.
“It takes literally 5 mins,” she wrote in the caption on the post.
Marigny said that people have slammed her decision to get tattoos if she has to go through all the work to cover them up, but she wasn’t bothered.
“Tattoos make me happy,” the confident lady said.
“And this is only the beginning of my coverage!”
Her followers were obsessed with the impressive makeup routine and said that she looks gorgeous before and after the transformation.
“I respect the professionalism… And the individuality!” one person commented.
Another hyped-up fan said: “Yessss still can rock your tattoos and look professional.”
One curious user asked what products she used for such great coverage.
The reporter revealed that the foundation was by Dermablend while the concealer was “just from the dollar store.”
One commenter criticized her for her ink and said she should have gotten them in less visible places.
But she slammed back, saying: “y’all kill me with what ‘society says.'”
“I live a limitless life.”
Marigny posts regular updates about her life as a news reporter in Rio Grande Valley, Texas.
It comes after one woman got a tattoo because she was bored, and now she has to deal with annoying comments from football fans.
And another young lady obsessed with tattoos said people say she’s the “most attractive” person they’ve seen when she shows off her ink.
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