Real people with really bad tattoos seek the help of three of the best cover-up artists in the business to fix them. Tattoo artists Tommy Helm, Big Gus and Jasmine Rodriguez work miracles to turn disasterpieces into masterpieces.
Gus helps a mother wanting to leave her bad-ass days behind, Jasmine's client is ready to grow up and stop being a baby, and Tommy takes a stab at the ink that's been haunting his client for 13 years.
Jasmine attempts a major touch-up on an unfortunate celebrity portrait, Big Gus signs up to help a client get rid of the wrong number, and Tommy has flashbacks when an ex-raver begs him to cover-up a past alien encounter.
Jasmine rescues a former 90's beach babe, whose bad ink is drowning her career, Big Gus' client is eager to drop his pants to change his game, and Tommy helps a father honor his son by knocking out his adolescent mistake.
Tommy goes Renegade as he revamps a dated tattoo of an 80s heartthrob, Jasmine rescues a police officer from a tattoo that's held him hostage for years, and Gus is exposed to a client's sexual history that sent her to jail.
Tommy vows to cover a portrait so terrible, it has dishonored his client's entire family, Gus rocks out a musician's bad ink to help him get his edge back, and Jasmine rescues a superhero fan from a phallic mishap on his back.
A client flashes Tommy with an obscene portrait of his manhood, Jasmine swears off a mother's profane mistake from her rebellious past, and a client stuns Gus with his unconventional self-attempts at tattoo removal.
Tommy "crosses" paths with a horrible reminder of his past, while Big Gus gets down and dirty to save a client's impending marriage, and Jasmine does everything she can to "smoke out" her client's disastrous tattoo.
Gus is dubbed "the ladykiller" after a terrifying incident with a client, Jasmine puts out her client's flaming mistake in an oh-so sensitive area, and Tommy rescues his client from a tattoo so horrible it almost killed him.
A client stuns Gus with the shocking secret of her two-timing ex, a cage fighter pleads with Tommy to release him from a tattoo causing him daily beatings and Jasmine struggles to keep a client from removing his tattoo.
Gus confronts a gory tattoo inspired by a secret fetish, Tommy battles a satanic symbol that has one client's mother in tears, while Jasmine rids a man of a lifetime of bullying.
Jasmine goes up against a horrific reminder of just how explosive relationships can be, Gus fights off a grim tattoo so evil that it's left a trail of death in its wake, and Tommy guides his client to the light.
A client stuns Jasmine by revealing the identity of a woman from his past, Gus attempts to cover a knife wielding penis tattoo that has a soldier in trouble & Tommy takes on a mistake that left his client branded "slut" for life.
Gus takes on one man's plea to escape his perverted past, Jasmine rescues a client who left her last artist barely clinging to life, and Tommy attempts to grant his client's desperate wish to restore his manhood.
Jasmine learns just how far a jilted girl will go for love, Gus is transported back to 1978 to do the cover-up hustle, and Tommy tries to erase a client's misguided tribute that left his wife paralyzed in the hospital.
Gus tries to heal the burns left by the world's worst bunny tattoo, Jasmine washes away the sins of a girl's blasphemous mistake, and Tommy attempts to correct a $6000 mistake that sent his client's wife into labor.
Tommy works his magic once again when he turns TV star Lorenzo Lamas' blue horse catastrophy into a revamped, badass, horse tattoo.
Meagen's awful tattoo was a constant reminder of her terrible ex. Big Gus turns her shameful ink into a work of art that she can be proud of.
Don is a police officer who's terrible tattoo of The King was a constant joke down at the precinct. Jasmine sends Elvis out the door, and gives Don a piece of art that he can he can't wait to show off.
After taking a big spill at a rock concert, a young man's judgment is clouded by the effects of pain medication. In his medicated haze, he decides it's a good idea to get an Elvis tattoo. It isn't.
TV Star Lorenzo Lamas, who you might know from shows like Renegade, comes to Tommy to cover up his blue horse tattoo.
Grant's friends used to call him "Penis Neck" because of his awful tattoo. Now, thanks to Jasmine, he has a sword befitting a warrior. It's safe to say that his friends won't tease him anymore.
Big Gus gives Little Ozzy a cover up so maniacal that he leaves the shop ready to board the Crazy Train.
Tommy had never covered a portrait with another portrait. Since this tattoo means so much, the stakes were incredibly high. he knocked Kayla's tattoo out of the park.
When a young man decides to get the sword from his favorite video tattoed on him, he goes to the wrong tattoo artist. Instead of a badass sword, he's left with a mark that gives him the nickname "penis neck."
A young lady wanted to get a tribute to her father, but was left with something resembling a cartoon character. Can Tommy save the day?
Tommy completely revitalizes Corbin's image when he covers his awful "You've Got Male" tattoo with a great tattoo of a space shuttle.
This devoted father gets his embarrassing tattoo of a naked woman covered up with a beatiful tattoo of an animal caring for its young. Behind the tattoo is a ribbon that supports pediatric brain cancer.
In a desperate attempt to be popular, a young man gets a very embarrassing tattoo. It didn't work, and he lost his girlfriend. Now he goes to Tommy to try and get it covered up.
A young man gets a very embarrassing tattoo in an attempt to be one of the "cool kids." Now Tommy is tasked with covering it up.
After losing her mother, a young lady goes down a very dark and destructive path. On her 21st birthday, she gets a tattoo that tells everybody just how she feels, "F.U."
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