Mom undergoes years of laser treatment to undo heavily tattooed face

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Five years ago, Alyssa Zebrasky, 31, got a ‘Day of the Dead’ tattoo on her face while she was in a ‘toxic’ relationship (Image: Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office)

A woman with a heavily tattooed face underwent laser removal for more than three years to get rid of it completely.

Five years ago, Alyssa Zebrasky, 31, got a “Day of the Dead” tattoo on her face in a “toxic” relationship with her ex-partner.

Alyssa from Cleveland, Ohio said, “We [my ex and I] We were having a conversation one day and he said, “You should get your face tattooed.”

“Initially I said no, and then he just kept talking. [Now I believe it was] so no one else would want me

‘He chose it [the tattoo design] out. It was a day of the dead sugar skulls, it was my whole face.

“He was covered from head to toe [in tattoos]I guess he wanted us to be compatible.’

She ended up in police custody three times in six months – leading to her unusual mug shot going viral.

At one point, the couple even got into a brief chase with police, who accused them of “needing the bathroom.”

A woman who went viral due to a mug shot showing her distinctive face tattoos has been arrested again. Alyssa Zebrasky, 27, was picked up by the Trotwood Police Department in Ohio on Tuesday, April 23, based on a warrant issued by the Mahoning County Drug Court the day before. Zebrasky was arrested in November 2018 during a standoff with Austintown police in November when her mug shot went viral and was picked up by media around the world. After spending 14 days in jail, she was arrested again a few weeks later by Boardman police on larceny and drug charges. Zebrasky pleaded guilty to larceny and drug possession in February. Her case was then referred to the Mahoning County Drugs Court, which aims to give people a chance for rehabilitation rather than face jail time. The bank order that led to Zebrasky's latest arrest was issued by Common Pleas Court Judge John Durkin, who presides over the drug court. Zebrasky is expected to be brought back to Mahoning County to face the same judge. April 25, 2019 Image: Alyssa Zebrasky, 27. Credit: MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

Her mug shot went viral because of her distinctive tattoos (Image: Mega)

PICTURE BY Kennedy News and Media (PICTURED: ALYSSA ZEBRASKY, 31, WITH MAKEUP COVERING HER FACE TATTOOS) A woman whose mugshot for her heavily tattooed FACE went viral undergoes a grueling laser treatment to blast the ink off - in the Try to forget the ex she was arrested with. Alyssa Zebrasky, of Cleveland, Ohio, USA, underwent the elaborate Day of the Dead tattoo four years ago while she was in a toxic relationship with an ex-partner who also had elaborate facial inkings. The 31-year-old developed a spider web on her forehead and black shading around her eyes, nose, cheeks and lips in two grueling sessions in June 2018. DISCLAIMER: While Kennedy News and Media uses its best efforts to ascertain the copyright and authenticity of all furnished images, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of the furnished images and the publication of any images solely at your discretion. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266

But Alyssa has now turned her life around and is focused on getting rid of the tattoos for good (Image: Kennedy News and Media)

But now, after ending the relationship and going through rehab, Alyssa has changed her life.

“Looking back at these pictures, I’m just disappointed in myself,” she said.

“But I have to remember that I haven’t worked on myself or tried to learn to love myself the way I do now.

“Then I’m proud because change is possible and healing and learning new things is possible. I like it when I can look back and see my personal growth.”

The heavy machinery worker is now covering the tattoos with heavy primer and using the INK-nitiative charity program in Austin, Texas to remove them for good.

She documents her experience on social media with the support of her family and new partner, with whom she is in “the healthiest relationship”.

Alyssa has tattoos all over her body – but only wants to remove the ones on her face to forget the connection to her ex-partner.

PICTURE BY Kennedy News and Media (PICTURE: ALYSSA ZEBRASKY, 31, BEFORE GETTING FACE TATTOOS) A woman whose mugshot for her heavily tattooed FACE went viral undergoes a grueling laser treatment to blast the ink away - in an attempt to save the Ex for forgetting who she is was arrested with. Alyssa Zebrasky, of Cleveland, Ohio, USA, underwent the elaborate Day of the Dead tattoo four years ago while she was in a toxic relationship with an ex-partner who also had elaborate facial inkings. The 31-year-old developed a spider web on her forehead and black shading around her eyes, nose, cheeks and lips in two grueling sessions in June 2018. DISCLAIMER: While Kennedy News and Media uses its best efforts to ascertain the copyright and authenticity of all furnished images, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of the furnished images and the publication of any images solely at your discretion. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266

Alyssa pictured before getting her face tattoos (Image: Kennedy News and Media)

“I was pulled into social media, everyone was saying really, really mean things about me and I didn’t even get a chance to tell my side of the story,” she said.

“In this six-month romance, it was a whirlwind that suddenly darkened. While I was in prison…he may have visited me twice.

“I think of that every time I look in the mirror. I started to mentally heal myself from everything I had been through with him.

“I went through a drug court program and went into rehab and changed. Now every time I look in the mirror I’m reminded of what I’ve been through.”

When she began the removal process in October 2019, she was told it would take 12 sessions.

“When I first started walking, they did my cheeks, forehead and hands because, like a tattoo, your body can only heal so much at once,” Alyssa said.

PICTURE BY Kennedy News and Media (PICTURE: ALYSSA ZEBRASKY DURING REMOVAL OF HER FACE TATTOOS) A woman whose mugshot for her heavily tattooed FACE went viral undergoes a grueling laser treatment to blast the ink off in an attempt to kill the ex forget who she was arrested with. Alyssa Zebrasky, of Cleveland, Ohio, USA, underwent the elaborate Day of the Dead tattoo four years ago while she was in a toxic relationship with an ex-partner who also had elaborate facial inkings. The 31-year-old developed a spider web on her forehead and black shading around her eyes, nose, cheeks and lips in two grueling sessions in June 2018. DISCLAIMER: While Kennedy News and Media uses its best efforts to ascertain the copyright and authenticity of all furnished images, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of the furnished images and the publication of any images solely at your discretion. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266

She said her face was sore for about half an hour after a laser removal session (Image: Kennedy News and Media)

“Now the cheeks are gone, but we haven’t started around the mouth yet.

“The cheeks were fairly pain free but I had my nose done once and the nose hurts quite a bit.

“Each session lasts 20 minutes, the session is much quicker than a tattoo itself.

“I would relate the initial pain from the laser to a rubber band tearing against the skin, which is what the laser feels like and then it hurts for 30 minutes.

“It itches and hurts afterwards, almost like spilling oil from the oven on your hand, which is what I can best compare to how it feels on my hands.

“It doesn’t burn my face that much, though [there’s] Swelling.’

She said she has now “accepted” her face and wants others to learn from her experiences.

Alyssa said: “I always tuck her in when I was visiting family.

“My mom told me I didn’t have to tuck her in anymore, which was nice.

‘[My family] supported throughout the whole thing, they understand that I was in a vulnerable place.

“As much hate as I get on TikTok and social media, I don’t really pay attention.

“I could help someone in a similar situation, it could be a drug addiction or they’ve been through something really traumatic and they want to see someone through it.”

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