Milena Markovna “Mila” Kunis is an American actress. In 1991, at the age of seven, she moved from the Ukrainian SSR to Los Angeles with her family. After being enrolled in acting classes as an after-school activity, she was soon discovered by an agent. She appeared in several television series and commercials, before acquiring her first significant role prior to her 15th birthday, playing Jackie Burkhart on the television series That ’70s Show. Since 1999, she has voiced Meg Griffin on the animated series Family Guy.
Mila Kunis Tattoo List
It has been widely known that Mila Kunis has tattoos on her body. But the reality is she has no permanent tattoo. She had some temporary tattoos on her body depending on her characters role in different movies. Mila Kunis has been rumored to ink numerous temporary tattoos on her body counting up to five and even more.
Check out all fake or temporary Mila Kunis tattoos below.
Mila Kunis Movie Tattoos
As we can see Mila had a tattoo on her back which its a pair of flowers growing on her back, we all knew that this is a fake tattoo and made only for the movie “Black Swan”.
Mila played the character Lily, who is the dark ego of Nina, and had to get temporary ink to get that role. When she was filming for Black Swan, photos leaked of her in shorts and a tank top. She was photographed with a very small tat on the side of her lower back. Although it’s never confirmed that it’s fake, it is pretty clear that it is fake because the photo was taken in the same period as she was filming for Black Swan.
Here is proof that the tattoo on her back is fake, here is another footage that shows its a different tattoo this time and its not a flower anymore but it appears to be a pare of wings.
Mila Kunis Body Tattoo
Mila never actually had a tattoo on her body, everything she had was fake and just for the movies or magazine but this is what she said during the interview “I will not put a needle in my body unless I have a medical reason. But ask me in 10 years… I’m probably going to have something done.”
For sure is that the abstract flower arm and leg tattoo, as well as the inked revolver look very good on her. It might take a couple years before she’s taking her first real tattoo, especially because she’s got young kids right now. But we’re looking forward to it!
Mila Kunis tattoos on the cover of GQ’s August 2011 are obviously fake as well. It was a nice full tattoo sleeve on her left arm, a revolver on her hop and a coy fish that was covering her left leg and thigh. The actress also had fake ink on her right wrist, although it’s less noticeable, with an intricate star design.
The picture above also shows proof in favor of our claims as it does not show any sleeve tattoo on her hands or legs.
You see few more photos with or without her fake tattoos below.
The tattoos showing on image are not permanent. She added them for temporary basis though it showing full body tattoos which are not done by any niddle. Some also claim that this photo is Photoshoped using fake tattoos on her body.
The real photo of Mila show that no ink work on her body. So, if you see any tattoos or inked photo of Mila then either they are made up with fake tattoos or temporary inked works made up for any TV show or movie that Mila is part of and may have some connection with tattoo on the respective story.
Now to have your questions answered, check the following Q&A section.
Does Mila Kunis Have any Permanent Tattoo?
Actually American Actress Mila Kunis doesn’t have any permanent tattoo on her body. However she had some temporary tattoos on her body on different times depending on her role in different movies.
How many Tattoos Does Mila Kunis have?
Actually Mila Kunis has no tattoo. But she had temporary tattoos on her body in different times and the number of temporary tattoos she had is five. If you see any number above that that probably portrayed wrongly or counted her fake tattoos as well.
I am a professional tattoo artist, and I have been tattooing for over 19 years. Tattooing is my life. I started when I was just 14 years old, and art has always fascinated me. The way that it looks so beautiful on the skin, especially living skin with its ever changing colors, shapes, curves, and textures never ceases to amaze me. It's an honor to be able to do what I love all day long.