Through Instagram photo and Instagram Story videos, the 22-year-old model/actress shows how she gets herself a new ink of mehndi design on her foot while at home.
AceShowbiz -While some people got themselves DIY haircuts during the coronavirus quarantine, Paris Jackson is picking up another skill. Refusing to let the self-isolation stop her love of body arts, the daughter of Michael Jackson has taken matter into her own hands to give herself a new ink while she’s not able to visit a tattoo parlor.
On Tuesday, May 12, the 22-year-old shared on her Instagram account a photo of her tattooing her leg. Using a professional tattoo gun, she added a swirling mehndi design on her foot just below her pinky toe.
The up-and-coming actress also posted on her Instagram Stories several videos to show the work in progress. Dressing comfortably at home, she’s seen wearing a tank top and red harem pants featuring an elephant design while her blonde hair was styled into a messy top knot.
Paris Jackson gets herself a new tattoo while in quarantine.
Paris apparently doesn’t only use her new skill for her own benefit, as she revealed that a friend let her tattoo a bird on his arm as well.
This isn’t the first time Paris got herself a tattoo. In January, the model got involved in the process while getting Vincent Van Goh tattoo at Tattoo Mania in West Hollywood. On her Instagram Stories, she revealed that she applied colored ink to the aforementioned tattoo.
She later shared a photo of the finished tattoo and jokingly wrote over it, “Omg I love my new Nigel Thornberry tattoo.” She appeared to be poking fun at the ink’s resemblance to the character on the Nickelodeon show “The Wild Thornberrys”, while in fact it’s meant to be a design of the Dutch painter’s face.
These are not the only tattoos that Paris has had. She’s also got a tattoo as a tribute to her late father and another that includes lyrics to John Lennon‘s “Imagine”. Most recently in March, she went to a shop in Los Angeles to ink an inscription in the Elvish language from J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Fellowship of the Ring” that translates to “a light from the shadows [shall spring].”
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