TEEN Mom Ashley Jones' baby daddy Bar Smith showed off a more sophisticated look while he's in the process of getting his face tattoos removed.
The reality star has been eager to "clean up his image" after a string of arrests and an alcohol addition.
The devoted dad shared photos of his progress on Instagram donning a more sophisticated look from the casual attire fans usually see him in.
In the snaps, Bar softly smiled at the camera wearing black pants, a tan shirt, a knee-length tan topcoat and matching dress shoes.
The TV star's shadow cast in the background while he placed one hand in his pocket and the other held a leather bag at his side.
He simply captioned the post with a brown circle emoji to signify his wardrobe color selection.
Fans praised the father-of-one in the comments section for how far he's come in his journey with one writing: "Keep up the good work … and breaking generational cycles"
A second user called out the look commenting: "Looking dapper!"
While a third person encouraged the star replying: "Keep it up!!"
Fellow Teen Mom star Cory Wharton chimed in to commend his co-star jokingly writing: "Oooo he went from Ducktail BAR to Attorney at law BAR"
Last week the 24-year-old re-shared a Tweet to his Instagram account pleading with fans to help him make some business connections.
The rapper wrote: "I need an agent, someone to connect me to brands and business!
"Y'all point me in the direction".
Fans left some recommendations for Bar.
One wrote that many of talent managers and agents "don't live up to expectations."
Bar responded directly and wrote: "Thank you so much, I definitely will need a publicist very soon, help me clean my image up a bit."
In October, the MTV star started his first day of college to become a vet tech, but learned that 'visible tattoos' are not allowed as part of the dress code.
In a post made to his Instagram story, the reality star recorded himself addressing his fans in anger as he explained the situation.
"So tell me why I'm leaving now to go to my first day of school and I'm asked like 'are you gonna do something about your tattoos?'" he said as he addressed his audience.
Quoting one of the teachers at his college, Bar continued: "'you know that's dress code' since when? she said 'it's in the student handbook.' I'm like bro what, no visible tattoos?".
The college rules do not permit visible tattoos on the premises but luckily, Bar is already in the process of getting some of his larger face tattoo's lasered off.
The Kalashnikov Cousins singer got facial tattoos shortly after his debut on MTV, but prior to his arrest and other legal issues, he appeared fresh-faced on season one of the show.
Now the reality star has begun the gruesome process of having the tattoos removed, sharing updates with his social media followers.
On a recap episode after their initial season in 2018, Ashley, 24, and her baby daddy discussed their relationship as fans were shocked at his unrecognizable appearance pre-tattoos.
The pair sat on the Teen Mom: Young & Pregnant sofa as Bar appeared without the large words and teardrops covering his face.
After getting his forehead and his cheeks inked, his appearance was instantly changed, and even his girlfriend Ashley missed his old look.
The couple share four-year-old daughter Holly together.
Late last month, the Teen Mom Chatter Instagram account shared a video of Bar from his third laser treatment.
He appeared with ointment over his face tattoos and wrote of the video: "The gone hurt, again."
Bar said: "This is right, right after… Pissed everything off. Look at this s**t."
Shortly after, Bar wowed fans with his sleek new style in new photos after undergoing the laser treatment.
The Teen Mom 2 star looked "incredible" and "mature" in a black bomber jacket, turtleneck and black pants.
Bar's ink above his eyebrows looked less defined and visible in the photos after weeks of removal sessions, bringing him closer to his old look.
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