Paris Jackson has tattooed her own foot while spending time at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
The actress/singer, who is the daughter of late music icon Michael Jackson, already has an extensive body art collection, with her tattoos including a pair of feathers behind her right ear, an image of a stag’s head on the back of her right forearm, colourful chakra motifs down the centre of her torso, and a tribute to rock band Led Zeppelin on one arm.
However, Paris has now decided to test out her own skills, and on Tuesday, uploaded a snap to her Instagram page showing herself using a tattoo gun while drawing a small design just below her right little toe.
The 22-year-old didn’t share any further details about the meaning of the inking, though did post a close-up of the tattoo to her Instagram Stories.
And Paris isn’t the only celebrity to experiment with tattoos during the Covid-19 pandemic, as model Kaia Gerber revealed last month that she had given herself a stick-and-poke tattoo while at home during self-isolation.
Unlike traditional tattoos, simple stick-and-poke designs don’t require any electric tools, and typically involve using a tattoo-grade needle and ink, which can easily be applied to the skin.
“I think I have a newfound appreciation for tattoo artists. It’s not easy,” the 18-year-old admitted during an interview with Glamour magazine. “I didn’t get too ambitious. I gave myself a dot, just so I could be like, ‘All right, I got a tattoo this month, I’m cool.'”