Grace Neutral (born Grace Walker in Dubai, United Arab Emirates) is a British television presenter, model, and hand-poke tattoo artist residing in the United Kingdom.
She has a sizable social media following, with over half a million followers. In 2016, Neutral was the host of the I-D magazine documentary Beyond Beauty.
Grace Neutral Age and Birthday
Grace Walker was born on 29 March 1989 in Dubai, United Emirates. Neutral celebrates her birthday on March 29 every year. She is 31 years old as of 2020, Walker will be 33 years old as of 2022 .
Grace Neutral Height and Weight
Neutral stands at an average height and moderate weight. She appears to be quite tall in stature if her photos, relative to her surroundings, are anything to go by. However, details regarding her actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We are keeping tabs and will update this information once it is out.
Neutral attended the independent school Plymouth College in southwest England.
Grace Neutral Parents and Siblings
Neutral was born by her parents in Dubai as well as spent most of her childhood traveling around the world with her family until settling in southwest England. At age 20 she moved to London, where she now lives and works. Neutral began ballet dancing at a young age as well as trained with the Royal Ballet, eventually sustaining an injury that ended her ballet career.
After this injury, she developed an interest in body modifications and culture, which later became the focus of her career. Neutral has numerous extreme body modifications such as the bifurcated tongue, tattooed eyes, reconstructed ears, a removed navel, as well as facial scarification. She has an older sister whose name has not been revealed to the public.
Neutral says in an interview “my parents traveled the world with my older sister and I, going everywhere from Hong Kong to Bali. They ended up settling in a tiny village near the ocean in the southwest of England, where I spent the rest of my childhood. I moved to London when I was 20, where I’ve been working since.”
After doing our research, details about her father, mother, and siblings are not known to the public. However, this information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Grace Neutral Husband: Is she married?
Neutral likes to keep her personal life private hence information about her dating life is under research. It is not known whether she is married, dating, or has any children. However, this information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Neutral has an estimated net worth of $5 million dollars. She has accumulated her wealth from her successful career as a television presenter, model, and hand-poke tattoo artist.
Grace Neutral Measurements and Facts
Here are some interesting facts and body measurements you should know about Grace Neutral.
Grace Neutral Bio and Wiki
- Full Names: Grace Walker
- Popular As: British television presenter
- Gender: Female
- Occupation / Profession: Television presenter
- Nationality: British
- Race / Ethnicity: White
- Religion: Not Known
- Sexual Orientation: Straight
Grace Neutral Birthday
- Age / How Old?: 31 years old
- Zodiac Sign: Aries
- Date of Birth: 29 March 1989
- Place of Birth: Dubai, United Emirates
- Birthday: March 29
Grace Neutral Body Measurements
- Body Measurements: To be updated
- Height / How Tall?: Average
- Weight: Moderate
- Eye Color: Piercingly green
- Hair Color: To be updated
- Shoe Size: To be updated
- Dress Size: To be updated
- Breast Size: To be updated
- Waist Size: To be updated
- Hip Size: To be updated
Grace Neutral Family and Relationship
- Father (Dad): To be updated
- Mother: To be updated
- Siblings (Brothers and Sisters): has an older sister
- Marital Status: Not known
- Wife/Spouse or Husband/Spouse: To be updated
- Dating / Girlfriend or Dating / Boyfriend: To be updated
- Children: To be updated
Grace Neutral Networth and Salary
- Net Worth: $5 million dollars.
- Salary: Under Review
- Source of Income: television presenter, model, and the hand-poke tattoo artist
Grace Neutral Eyes and Art
Neutral is notable for her tattooed eyeballs and self-inflicted scars, Neutral is no stranger to going under the needle or the knife.
She colored purple to complete her transformation. She set the bar extremely high as she judges the UK Tattoo Collective in London. Neutral told Daily Star Online: “Getting your eyes inked is exactly the same as going to the gym or getting your hair dyed. “They’re all types of body modification – everything is on the spectrum.”
She explained she had been brought up looking at books of extravagant tribal modification art from around the world. Neutral said: “It must’ve been burned into my brain as a kid. “It’s not like I woke up one day and thought – ‘I’m going to cut my face’. “Just because I’m a fairly pretty girl – everyone would make comments about my tattoo and modification choices.
“They’d say ‘oh she must be really damaged’ – those people can f**k off.” Grace described the highly-dangerous procedure, which uses a needle the size of a single human hair, to inject dye under the surface of the eye.
Grace said: “If you move your eye – game over. “If the needle goes too shallow or too deep – you’re blind. “There’s no numbing agent, you just have to focus very hard to stare at a single spot and not move your eye.”
Also, she explained how tattoos are a “coping mechanism” for many as well as despite there still being a stigma in today’s society, it doesn’t matter to her. Grace said: “I get looks for being tattooed and my scarification. “Personally I think if you’re getting these body mods you’re not going to give a f*ck about what anyone thinks.
“You’re not going to think about any stigma.” “I’ve become desensitised now to people caring about mine.” The Instagram model had her ears surgically altered to be made more pointy as well as claims it all enhanced her spiritual journey to push her own mental as well as physical limits. Heading to the Tattoo Collective the 150 best body-art as well as tattoo studios in the UK and Ireland.
The event, took place at The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane. “Tattoo artists are like pirates” Grace added, “They’ll each get their own booth at the event and get set loose to have fun on anyone and everyone”. Body mod, as well as tattoo lovers, took part in competitions, get fresh ink, enjoy live music, as well as embraced the growing sub-culture in London’s east end. The event also displayed a life-time inking project “Tattoos” by British editorial photographer Mark Leaver.
Grace Neutral Tattoos and Interview
Neutral first entered the tattoo world as a teenager in Plymouth, a port town with a big tattoo scene. “I was getting tattoos when I was 16 – which is way too young – and it just went from there.
It was normal for a lot of us, wanting to experiment with our bodies. All the people I grew up with were heavily tattooed.” Her first? “A heart with a scroll going through it, on my thigh, so I could hide it from my mother. The scroll is still empty – I think it’ll be empty forever.” Grace talks us through some of her favorite tattoos, from her family’s names to the artwork of her idols.
“I was 23 and with a body modification artist who I had helped with procedures for years. I had wanted them done for ages – it felt like a rite of passage because it’s such an intense procedure, so I got them when I felt strong enough mentally to do it. That was really good for my confidence. It’s done by injection and it doesn’t hurt, it’s just a control thing, as you can go blind if you don’t stay still. It’s pretty scary.”
Back of neck
“I’d only been tattooing a few years and was working at Good Times Tattoo in Shoreditch. They had a residency with a Spanish artist I’d loved for years called Alvero. He came over and I said, ‘I love your work, I’ll give you the space and you can do whatever you want’. It was just a really nice mark in my career, getting tattooed by someone I really admire.”
“I just fucking love juice boxes. Especially in the summertime, you won’t find me without a juice box in my hand. It was Strawberry Ribena back in the day, now I’m all about Orange Ribena.”
“This was done by Duncan X, an artist considered an elder of the industry. He’s a profound figure in tattooing, especially in London. We became good friends through working in the same shop. I love the way it looks – it’s strong and striking, and to have it done by a hero of mine was really special.”
“I got this done when I was 20. I wanted something striking and beautiful on my back and had wanted something to do with my grandmother – she was an amazing woman. When she passed I knew I wanted to get a tattoo for her, but it took me years to feel like it was the right time.
Her favorite birds were swans because she’s a Devon girl. I’ve had some pretty far-out experiences with signs in the universe. One of them was to do with a swan. When someone leaves you, weird things happen that make you think they haven’t left you.”
Grace Neutral Belly Button
The Tattoo artist has her belly button cut off, her tongue forked and blue ink injected into her EYEBALLS, so she can look like a ‘pixie dream girl’s an interview with Sophie Eggleton, she described the process of getting her belly button removed as easy and said it wasn’t painful.
‘I was laid out on a tattoo bed. I had iodine all over my stomach, and then they cut it out. I was not really watching,’ she said. ‘As far as the pain went it was fine and as far as healing went it was one of the easiest ones I’ve had.’
Grace Neutral Before
Neutral entered the body modification industry as a piercer prior to hand-poke tattooing, a machine-free tattooing method. Neutral before served for Good Times Tattoo as well as attended the London Tattoo Convention with them in 2014.
Grace Neutral I-D and Documentary
Grace was featured in the Phaze What music video Tokyo in the year 2015. She is the presenter of the I-D Magazine documentary series Beyond Beauty, which launched on the I-D YouTube channel.
Grace Neutral Needles and Pins
Currently, she works at her own studio- Femme Fatale Studio in Hackney Wick. Neutral’s documentary Beyond Beauty with i-D magazine aired on Viceland in the year 2016. Currently Neutral the presenter of Needles and Pins, a Viceland series documenting tattoo culture across the globe.
Frequently Asked Questions About Grace Neutral?
Who is Grace Neutral?
Neutral is a well known British television presenter, model, and the hand-poke tattoo artist. Currently, she works at her own studio- Femme Fatale Studio in Hackney Wick.
Where does Grace neutral work?
Neutral was featured in the Phaze What music video Tokyo in 2015. She is the presenter of I-D Magazine documentary series Beyond Beauty, which launched on the I-D YouTube channel. Neutral currently works at her own studio- Femme Fatale Studio in Hackney Wick.
How did Grace neutral get into tattooing?
Grace first entered the tattoo world as a teenager in Plymouth, a port town with a big tattoo scene. “I was getting tattoos when I was 16 – which is way too young – and it just went from there.”
How old is Grace Neutral?
Neutral is a British national born on 29th March 1989, in Dubai, United Emirates.
How tall is Grace Neutral?
Neutral stands at an average height, she has not shared her height with the public. Her height will be listed once we have it from a credible source.
Is Grace Neutral married?
Details about her love life are still under review. We will let you know when she gets in a relationship or when we discover helpful information about her love life.
How much is Grace Neutral worth?
Neutral has an approximate net worth of $5 million dollars.. This amount has been accrued from her successful career as a television presenter, model, and the hand-poke tattoo artist.
Where does Grace Neutral live?
She is a resident of London, we shall upload pictures of her house as soon as we have them.