Selena Gomez's Tattoos
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American actress, singer and fashion designer.
January 16, 2020 · 'Rare' tattoo on the right side of Selena's neck.
A series of numbers on the back of Selena’s upper right arm, seemingly signifying a date in June 2017.
November 24, 2019 · Selena Gomez Reveals new HUGE upper thigh tattoo of hands praying with a rosary.
November 13, 2019 · Selena Gomez and Julia Michaels get matching arrow tattoos.
August 18, 2018 · Selena Gomez and Courtney Barry got a matching 1 tattoo..
August 18, 2018 · Selena Gomez and 3 friends all got matching tattoos together.
April 10, 2017 · Selena added another piece to her already robust collection of eight little tattoos scattered across her body. This time she inked a small semi-colon on the outside of her left wrist in honor of her new Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why, together with her castmates Tommy Dorfman and Alisha Boe. see
April 20, 2016 · The pop star posted a photo to Instagram and in it, Selena Gomez inadvertently showed off a new tattoo that reads “Sunshine” in a simple black text, located on the outside of her right foot. Selena’s foot tattoo was inspired by her “Nana,” maternal grandmother Debbie Jean Gibson, which is her sunshine, as she tweeted back in 18 March 2016. see
September 2015 · Hindu Om symbol on the pop star's left hip. see
June 2015 · Lower-case "g" tattoo on Selena's neck, behind her left ear. A initial “g” for her baby sister, Gracie. see
October 28, 2013 · Selena revealed her “God who strengthens me” tattoo inked vertically down on her right hip: “It’s Philippians 4:13…’I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.' ” see
February 22, 2012, she got her first tattoo, a tiny music note tattoo to remind her of her background in music, at Hollywood’s Under the Gun tattoo shop by Louie Gomez. Shop employee Jordan Sandoval tweeted a picture of Selena and Louie, and captioned “She got a little heart tattoo at Under The Gun, in Hollywood by Louie Gomez,”. see