THIS is the mind blowing moment an obsessed fan had Shrek's name tattooed on his FOREHEAD.
Brave young man Harry Brown made the bold move to permanently ink his face with the popular movie branding because "Shrek is love, Shrek is life".
The 25-year-old's head was changed forever in just 10 minutes as tattoo artist Will Thomson completed the masterpiece.
Will, who works at the Heritage Tattoo Studio in Brighton, East Sussex, said: "When I asked Harry why he wanted the tattoo, he stated, Shrek is love, Shrek is life."
Despite the bizarre nature of this tattoo – Will said he's never worked with a client who was as pleased as Harry with the results.
"I’ve never seen a man happier in my whole life," said the baffled artist.
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"Knowing Harry for a while, I was not at all surprised by his request," he added.
"I’ve seen a lot of cynical reactions, but most people loved it.
"To be honest, a lot of people who know me well for what I do thought it was hilarious."
This comes as one woman made a massive commitment to her boyfriend – and had his name inked on her head.
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TikToker Ana Stanskovsky (@anastanskovsky), showed the process to her followers online and was slammed with hate.
Despite claiming she wouldn't regret the risky decision – days later a video was uploaded confessing she didn't like it.
Elsewhere, another ink addict has covered her whole face in tattoos and claims no one will hire her.
Melissa Sloan, from Wales, said she has struggled to land a job but is still trying for baby number eight.
Plus, one tattoo artist who made a MAJOR blunder and messed a client's artwork up for life.
The customer shared the video of her ink unveiling on social media and it soon went viral.
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