The two "items" which can be seen in the picture above could hardly be called "Kani" or "Hanzi". This is not Sousho/Cǎoshū (=the flowing cursive style of calligraphy). Is not even Gyousho/Xíngshū (=the semi-cursive style of calligraphy). In fact, it isn't cursive at all. And no one could ever say that these two characters are written in Kaisho/Kǎishū style (=regular writing).
And, to make things worse, the second character is missing several strokes.
In conclusion, this is just a doodle. A mirrored doodle, to be more precise.
For comparison, in the image below you can see the same word (真愛 = true love) written in Kǎishū style (Kǎishū means "regular writing" in Chinese; I don't use the japanese term - Kaisho - because 真愛 has a different meaning in Japanese - it doesn't mean "true love", it's a feminine name).
Stupidity is painful
Another failed kanji / hanzi tattoo
A cool guy... or a bad woman?
Tattoos fails: kanji / hanzi mistakes
He has hemorrhoids... and he is proud with that
Failed tatoos: Kanji mistakes - the seven virtues of the samurai
When a Kanji/Hanzi tattoo spokes for itself
Don't believe this guy - he has no idea what he's talking about:)