There’s tattoos, big tattoos and huge tattoos.
Look what Cheryl Cole got in her back. How would you call this huge tat?
It looks like the singer tattoo does not only cover her back, apparently it goes all the way to her buttocks and legs.
The body art was painful. Cheryl Cole has described how painful her rose tattoo was and explained she spent 15 hours under the needle to achieve the look
We are still not sure if this piece of art is permanent or fake. A renowned California-based artist Nikko Hurtado is the one to blame for this piece of body-art.
The Daily Mail talked to a tattoo expert Kevin Paul who said:
‘The tattoo that Cheryl Cole has is large so this would take around 10 hours give or take. The cost would vary depending on the tattoo artist but the ball park figure would be approximately £100 an hour.