When Khloe Kardashian was just 16 years old, it seemed like a good idea to honor her father with a lower back tattoo.
But now, at age 31, Kardashian isn't so fond of the "daddy"-themed ink she calls her "tramp stamp."
So on Tuesday, she live-streamed the last session in her tattoo-removal process for fans who have her app, and she even offered a tease on Twitter.
Khloe started the process with cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Simon Ourian weeks earlier. At the time, on Instagram, she called it the "end of an era."
"Got this bad boy when I was 16.... Not so cute anymore," she wrote. "I should've listened to Kim when she told me 'you don't put a bumper sticker on a Bentley.' Bye-bye bumper sticker!!!"
When Khloe was 19, her father, Robert Kardashian, died after battling esophageal cancer. Since then, she's added another tattoo as a tribute, and it's a keeper.
"Protected always in spirit," she wrote in a caption on Instagram as she revealed the small design on her wrist. It reads "I love you" in his handwriting.
As for yet another one of her tattoos ...
There's no word on the fate of the "LO" she had inked on her hand to commemorate her bond when her now-ex-husband Lamar Odom.