See Travis Barker’s daughter Alabama cover his face tattoos with make-up
Alabama Luella Barker has shared a super-sweet father-daughter video in which she covers up Travis’ face tattoos with make-up.
The blink-182 drumming legend has Kat Von D’s KVD Beauty range tested out on his iconic facial ink, with this vegan foundation designed to help hide tattoos. And it does the job brilliantly, Alabama covering up Travis’ ‘Blessed’ tattoo on his face while asking what his favourite tatt ever is. The answer? Um, the one that’s now temporarily disappeared…
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“Watch me cover my dad’s tattoos!” reads the description of the video. “My dad let me give him a makeover. Covered up his face tattoos with Kat Van D’s new Good Apple Foundation. The coverage of this formula had us both shocked…”
Check it out below:
In other news, Travis revealed back in February that blink-182’s new album was roughly “60 per cent” done.
“There’s a lot of cool stuff,” he hinted. “There’s like a song with Grimes right now that’s really, really cool that I love. There’s a song with Uzi that’s really, really cool that we did with Pharrell.”
When asked what fans can expect from the LP, Travis said, “I mean, it’s not like blink’s making a rap song or anything. It’s like bringing Uzi over to our world. So it’s more of a punk kind of like reggae feeling song.
“And yeah, I mean, I don’t think blink will ever be anything but like a pop-punk band. I mean, that’s who we are. And I feel like our fans have kind of journeyed with us when we’ve done songs like I Miss You or ballads like Adam’s Song. But like we’re never going to veer too far off from what we are – like, I’m like a punk kid at heart, you know what I mean?
“Whether it’s like pop-punk with blink or whatever with [Machine Gun Kelly] or whatever with Trippie, that’s where my heart’s at. Like, I was raised on rap music and punk rock music. It’s kind of all I know…”
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