We probably wanted to get a tattoo at least once in a lifetime. Anyway, celebrities are just like us. They also have different tattoos, some of which have a deeper meaning.
Dakota Johnson seems to love tiny tattoos. Dakota said that although the design is rough, it's still a flower, just like herself.
5-year-old daughter Chrissy Luna once drew a butterfly on her hand. Teigen liked it so much that she decided to make it permanent.
After Emma Stone's mother won the battle against a severe illness, both women got matching tattoos. It is dedicated to Paul McCartney's song, "Blackbird."
Cyrus wrote the word "freedom" a few months after she split from her ex-husband Liam Hemsworth.
Gomez recently revealed the meaning of her new dripping rose tattoo. Her best friend Cara Delevingne, who has the same tattoo on her ribs, calls her "Rosebud."
Alba has three children with film producer Cash Warren, whom she has been married to since 2008: Honor (Gemini), Haven (Leo), and Hayes (Capricorn).
Kravitz has a tattoo of a palm tree with the word "Bahamas" written on the trunk. Thus, the actress wanted to honor her roots.
After her grandmother passed away, Rihanna posted a photo of her fresh tattoo on her Instagram, writing: "Goddess Isis - the perfect woman - a model for future generations."
This tattoo symbolizes prosperity, strength, good luck, dignity, and longevity. For Kara, this is very important, as she did this in memory of her late grandmother.
Lucy Hale got the same tattoo as her sister. The tattoo artist recreated the line handwritten by the woman's grandmother.