Plus 14 other iconic celebrity tattoos.
Gomez paid a visit to Keith “Bang Bang” McCurdy in 2020 to get “rare” — the name of her third studio album, and first beauty brand — tattooed on the right side of her neck.
This symbolic and intricately detailed tattoo is the work of Alessandro Capozzi. "We created this piece together to represent a rebirth of the spirit," the pro-inker wrote in a December 2019 Instagram post.
The Disney Channel alum took to Instagram in March 2020 to show off a tattoo of a women’s nude silhouette, specifically an illustration from French artist Henri Matisse.
The actor’s impossible-to-miss back tattoo stars a sitting lamb and a long vine of roses. The floral design might be a tribute to her daughter, Rose, but the Avengers star has yet to share her motivation for the design.
Fans theorize that Queen Bey’s minimalist three-dotted finger tattoo — which she unveiled in 2017 — represents each one of her children.
The singer has a bee tattoo behind her left ear dedicated to the 22 victims of the terrorist attack at her concert in Manchester. She posted an image of the design to Twitter in 2018, writing, “Thinking of you all today and every day.”
Eilish’s fairies hand tattoo is inspired by a book she read growing up — “a little fairy book called Fairyopolis," Eilish told Vanity Fair in December 2021. "They're like my little guardian angel fairies."
Hudgens’ first tattoo has a sentimental meaning. “It was very last minute, but I've actually wanted it for years,” she told David Letterman in 2011. “A butterfly landed on my mom’s stomach a week before I was born and that's how I got my name, because Vanessa means butterfly.”