Tattoos are a form of self-expression, and celebrities seem like the most likely people to have tattoos. They’re often in the spotlight and have more money than most people can spend in a lifetime, so they can get whatever they want. But there’s one thing all celebrities seem to agree on: their tattoos have special meaning behind them—usually something deeply personal that speaks directly to their personality or life experience
Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner’s Matching Butterfly Tattoos
Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner’s matching butterfly tattoos are a symbol of their relationship. The tattoo artist JonBoy has revealed the meaning behind the design. “I was just like, ‘OK, do you want something that represents your relationship?’” he told Paper Magazine. “And they were like, ‘Yeah!’ I showed her [Kylie] some stuff on my iPad and she picked this one.”
The couple opted for a very subtle design that they can easily cover up if they need to—but it’s still there if you know where to look!
Justin Bieber’s Mom’s Handwriting Tattoo
This Hebrew tattoo on the left wrist of Justin Bieber is a tribute to his mother, Pattie Mallette. The tattoo reads “To life,” which is a phrase used many times by Pattie in her book, Nowhere But Up: The Story of Justin Bieber’s Mom. He got the tattoo in December 2014 at 18 years old while still living with his mom!
Hailey Baldwin’s Parents’ Names Tattoo – Meaning – Location
The famous American model and actress Hailey Baldwin has a tattoo on her hand which reads “Gigi”. This is the name of her younger sister. It was done in 2017 by tattoo artist Josh Lorde in Los Angeles, California on the day that Hailey turned 23 years old (February 27th). The tattoo can be seen when she is wearing long sleeves or gloves and we have only ever seen it once in public, during an appearance at the Met Gala red carpet event held annually by New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art at its annual Costume Institute gala event where celebrities from all over come together to celebrate high fashion and attend one amazing party each year!
Rihanna’s Motherly Love Tattoos
Rihanna’s tattoos are inspired by her mother. The singer has a tattoo of her mother’s handwriting on the inside of her left arm, as well as a tattoo of a nature scene that includes a bird with her mother’s initials underneath it.
Rihanna is also known for having “reborn” inked on to the left side of his neck, which symbolizes rebirth in general and specifically refers to Rihanna herself since she was born Robyn Fenty before she changed her name.
Brooklyn Beckham’s Eye Tattoo
The cursive print reads, “My forever boy, read this anytime you feel anxious. I want you to know how deeply loved you are. You have the kindest heart I’ve ever met and I hope I never go a day without your love.
“I think you are so incredible. Just know we can get through it all together if you breathe slow and trust. I love you beyond. Love always, your future wifey.”
Not everyone is such a fan of Brooklyn’s romantic body art gestures.
Zayn Malik’s Arabic Tattoo
Zayn Malik’s Arabic tattoo is on his arm and it reads “Mom.” It was a tribute to his mother, Trisha, who died of cancer when Zayn was a young boy. The singer has said he had the tattoo done as soon as he turned 18 years old because her birthday was on October 12th and that’s when many people get tattoos in honor of their loved ones.
Cara Delevingne’s Face Tattoos
Cara Delevingne has four tattooed dots on her forehead, which is a tribute to her favorite musicians.
The model also has two cheek tattoos representing her family and friends.
Harry Styles’ Green Butterfly Tattoo
Harry Styles’ green butterfly tattoo is one of the most popular designs in the world. The singer got it after his grandmother passed away in the spring of 2016. Harry was only 10 years old when she passed away, so his tattoo serves as a reminder that she’s always watching him from above (literally).
The cute ink is located on his left arm. In addition to serving as a tribute to family members who have passed away, butterflies often symbolize change and transformation.
Vanessa Hudgens’ Japanese Kanji Tattoo
Vanessa Hudgens has a lot of tattoos, but her Japanese tattoo may be the most meaningful. The kanji characters on her right arm translate to “light” and “darkness.” These two words are also used in her song “A Thousand Years.” She told Seventeen magazine that she thought about having this tattoo for years before she went through with it after being inspired by a saying from Dr. Seuss’ book Oh, the Places You’ll Go!
Hudgens’ tattoo artist is the same man who did Miley Cyrus’ infamous butterfly inkings: Bang Bang Tattoos in Studio City, California (where he’s been working since 2003). It took five hours for him to complete this piece—which he says was one of his favorites to date.
Ed Sheeran’s Lion King Lion King Tattoos
The ink: Ed has two tattoos on his left hand, both of which are in the form of lions. The lion on his index finger is wearing a crown and holding an arrow. This tattoo symbolizes the king of the jungle, Simba from The Lion King. Simba is strong and courageous like this lion, so it makes sense that this one was inspired by him! His middle finger tattoo is actually a tribute to another character from The Lion King: Rafiki (who portrayed as Mufasa’s spirit). Rafiki means “friend” or “one who encourages” in Swahili—a fitting description for this wise old baboon who helps Simba find his way back home after he runs away from Pride Rock because he doesn’t want to be king yet! Where they’re located: These two tattoos are located right above Ed’s knuckles near his wrist on his left hand. What do they mean?: They show how much Ed loves Disney movies about animals interacting with each other—and maybe also how much he enjoys being part of an animal kingdom himself! He also seems really happy now that he has these permanent reminders of fun times spent watching movies with friends after school when we were younger…
Celebrities really do get tattoos..
You may be surprised to learn that celebrities really do get tattoos. It’s not just for your average Joe or Jane anymore; celebrities like their ink too! Some of them even have plenty of regrets about their tattoos.
Why do they get them? Well, it’s a way to express themselves and make a statement about who they are and what they believe in. Tattoos can be fun, artistic, meaningful—or all three at once! But there’s one thing we can say for sure: no matter how you feel about celebrity tattoos (or regular people getting them), there are definitely some ugly ones out there..
Celebrities really do get tattoos, and it’s fascinating to see what kind of meaning lies behind each one. Some tattoos are simple designs that have no deeper significance, but others tell stories about love lost or family members who have passed away. It’s always interesting to learn about why stars choose these kinds of permanent body art as opposed to other forms such as piercings or temporary tattoos that can be removed if need be!