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You’d think she’d be gun-shy after going through a breakup on TV, but Kat continues to be candid about love and life in general. She calls Sixx her match in every way (talk about fate — the stars on her face were inspired by the Crüe’s “Starry Eyes”). She doesn’t count out the possibility that we’ll see him on the show next season either. “I’m going to let things happen organically,” she says.
Right now she’s focusing on her clients (yes, there’s a waiting list) and a book project that will feature an extensive archive of her artwork and tons of photos charting her career (including highlights, like the time she broke the Guinness World Record for tattooing the most people in a 24-hour period and her tattoo-and-music festival, Musink). She’s also got a makeup line for Sephora coming out this month.
As for her own permanent embellishments, Kat, who is almost fully covered, says there’ll definitely be more.
“The last big, clear piece left is on my back,” she says, indicating it’ll probably be a homage-to-L.A.-type piece. “I used to get tattooed every time I’d drink a lot. Now that I’m sober, I’ve thought, oh my God, how am I going to do it? But I’m just gonna have to tough it out, because like with everything else, if you really want it, it’s worth it.”
Photo by Kevin Scanlon
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