Anything that has anything to do with Jessica Alba’s skin is great in my book. And I’m assuming, everyone else’s book as well.
See HERE for Jessica Alba’s discrete wrist tattoo.
From casual here to elegant here, a wrist tattoo is the perfect accessory.
A closeup, of everything, here.
This Hollywood babe also has a bow tie tattooed right above her awesome butt crack. She even bends down and lets you have a good look at it HERE.
The already tattooed mother of two was spotted today sporting a bed of roses, what must have been an awfully time-consuming addition, on her upper left arm.
We know she has some Sanskrit on her wrist, a ladybug and a daisy on her neck and a NSFW bow just centimeters above her booty, so obviously she doesn’t fear the inkster.
But those flowers are quite a hard-to-hide commitment! Are they real?
Sure enough, you still have to look a little closer if you want to see the real ink on Alba’s body.
The actress’ rep confirmed to E! News that her newest piece of body art is temporary for the movie she’s shooting, A.C.O.D., about the dysfunctional progeny of a divorced couple who find out they were part of a study about children of divorced couples.
Alba had the tattoo drawn on in Atlanta, and we hear she’s digging the tougher-than-usual look.
She has a wrist tattoo that is in the Sanskrit word “Padma” which means lotus flower. In Hinduism, it is the symbol of spiritual development.
It is the symbol of the manifestation of beauty and mental purity (the ability to rise above) – for although it has its roots in the mud of ponds and lakes, it raises its flower in immaculate beauty above the surface of the water.
She did open up about one of her latest tattoos which is of a ladybug and daisy on her neck.
She said that her mom, aunt and her all went out and got tattoos one day as a “bonding experience.” And all three of them got different ladybug tattoos. Also she has a bow on her lower back.
Red models is an agency of success and ROB DEVITA is a growing model getting ready to bubble like champagne.
Seems like Tattoo is IN now and a Rob is living proof that tattoos can bring sexiness and elegance with the right amount of style and charisma. Let’s see what the future brings for this rising star!
Rob Devita’s tattoos do not take attention away from his classic beauty, but in contrary, enhances his appeal.
His rebellious and bad boy aura attracted the attention of Jeremy Kost, shooting him for his magazine editorial debut in Vogue Hommes Japan. Rob has also been featured in Contributing Editor.
ROB DEVITA tattoos and pictures. The webs’ original & biggest list of celebs and tattooed historical figures, supermodels, sports and rock stars all with tattoos, lots of pictures!
The recent trend of inked models continues with newbie Rob Devita, joining Josh Beech, Jonathan Kroppmann, Ash Stymest.
Tyler Riggs, Dan Felton, Cole Mohr, Nicholas Lemons, Seijo Imazaki, Will Westall and a slew of others in that winner’s circle of freshly tattooed young gentlemen.
Christina Aguilera’s tattoos honor the people in her life that are most important to her and remind her of how far she’s come in the entertainment industry. Aguilera has at least five tattoos, each with a special meaning or memory.
Similar to other starlets that have tattoos, such as Rihanna’s tattoos or Angelina Jolie’s tattoos, Aguilera has tattoos in another language.
Two, one on her arm and the other on her lower back, are in Hebrew and discuss love as does one in Spanish that pays tribute to her former husband Jordan Bratman.
In addition to a flower tattoo on her wrist, Aguilera reportedly has a tattoo of Mickey Mouse on her hip.
Though photographic evidence of that tattoo is hard to find, it reportedly reminds Aguilera of how she got her start in the business, as a member of the “Mickey Mouse Club.”
Aguilera came from humble beginnings with her early career including singing the national anthem at sporting events and an appearance on “Star Search” which led to her spot on the Disney series.
Just like fellow stars Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears, Aguilera burst onto the pop music scene in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
In the years since, she’s become an accomplished singer, songwriter, producer, actress and dancer, not to mention sex symbol.
Now, Aguilera is the divorced mom of a son but still remains active in the industry as a judge on the reality show “The Voice.”
Like other celebrities with tattoos, Aguilera’s tattoos tell a story of where’s she’s been, what she’s accomplished and how far she’s come from that little girl from Staten Island to an award-winning international pop star.
Since it is Wednesday it is time for another celebrity tattoo post. I will be honest I knew that Christina had two tattoos but I was pleasantly surprised to find out that she has a total of five.
This just goes to show that you can have tattoos and people not know about it. Also I think Christina tries really hard to cover her tats up. It’s been reported that she buys special make up to cover up her tattoos because Hollywood still sees tattoos as a no no if you have too many.
Here is a page of Christina’s tattoos, she currently has 8 of them.
Bouquet of Sweet Peas:
Christina, in Vancouver, Canada, shooting the film Prozac Nation, found herself on set with some time on her hands. Deciding that nothing makes time fly quite like getting some ink, Ricci visited acclaimed tattoo artist Thomas Lockhart at the world famous West Coast Tattoo Shop.
Ricci selected a colorful bouquet of Sweet Peas to adorn her lower back. Ricci, as charming in person as she is on screen, fell in love with Thomas’ constant companion, Chili Conchita. Chili, a pure bred Chihuahua, knowing that good things come in small packages, was equally taken with the diminutive Ricci.
Ricci attended the Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy in August 2003 to promote her new film Anything Else, seemingly spotting a new tattoo on her arm. It is of a fairy.
Between 2003 and 2004 Christina was showing off a tattoo on her left ankle of a mermaid. Unfortunately we have no info where and when it was taken. Hopefully time will tell us more about it.
Christina Ricci tattoos grace the body of the accomplished actress and extend from her shoulders to her ankle.
Though she didn’t have many when she became a household name as a child actress in “The Addams Family” film series, as Ricci has grown up, she’s added over half a dozen tattoos along the way. Now, as a star of the throwback series “Pan Am,” Ricci has eight known tattoos with her as she flies the friendly skies.
Ricci describes herself as a fan of body art and once said “I can’t wait until I’m super-famous.
I’m at the point when I should really hide them, because directors don’t like them. When I’m really, really super famous, I’m going to get one on my arm – because nobody cares then.”
Perhaps she’s reached that level of fame as in 2003 she was spotted with a very visible fairy tattoo on her inner wrist. Along with the tattoo of a mermaid on her ankle, these two tatts are the most visible when the actress is clothed.
Other, more discreet tattoos, such as the blue tattoo of a bird on her breast and the name Jack for her late dog on her thigh, are not seen as often as the fairy and mermaid, though have made an appearance or two in certain films like “Black Snake Moan.”
As a signal that he had moved on in 2003, Nick Lachey colored in the matching sun tattoo he got with his band that once read “98°”.
Nick Lachey filled in the center of his sun tattoo:
It used to show the name of his band, 98 Degrees, but they’ve since parted ways.
Lachey is still tight with ex-bandmate and brother Drew, though; the two cemented their brotherly love.
Still, he remains close with ex-bandmate and sibling Drew, and the two cemented their brotherly love with matching tribal armbands with an “L” in the center.
Nick Lachey has a phoenix tattoo on his upper back, a filled in sun on his right arm.
Which used to have a 98° logo in the center of the sun, a tribal armband with the letter L to match his younger brother.
Lachey filled in the center of his sun tattoo when 98º broke up.
To mark his first Barclays Premier League goal of the season, Mario Balotelli celebrated in a way only he could – by having the words of Genghis Khan inscribed on his torso.
The Manchester City striker, who has been desperately out of sorts for his club this season, will hope the new tattoo helps him rediscover his form.
‘I am the punishment of God,’ reads the artwork. ‘If you had not committed great sins, God would not have sent a punishment like me upon you.’
The Italian ace recently added to his collection of inkings with a tattoo of a quote from the bloodthirsty Asian military leader.
Placed on the left side of Mario’s chest, the artwork reads: “I am the punishment of God.
“If you had not committed great sins/ God would not have sent/ A punishment like me upon you.
Mario seemed relaxed and happy as he received the tatt – thought to have been done last Saturday – posing for pictures and giving the thumbs-up.
Before his death in around 1227, Ghengis Khan’s Mongol Empire empire stretched from China in the east to parts of what is now Russia in the west.
As the quotation suggests, his conquests were accompanied by the large-scale massacre of civilians in countries his forces defeated.
Tattoos. Body art, a symbol of individuality and one’s belief in personal freedoms or a waste of perfectly good skin and an invitation for a total stranger to make a permanent spelling mistake on your body?
Mario Balotelli’s in the former camp, obviously, and has reportedly celebrated ending his Premier League goal drought on Wednesday by adding to his collection.
And, Mario being Mario, it’s not of the common or garden variety.
Instead, the Manchester City and Italy striker has had a – correctly spelled – quote etched into the left side of his chest that, presumably, is meant to be an intimidating message to the men trying to mark him.
The words read:
“I am the punishment of God.
If you had not committed great sins
God would not have sent
A punishment like me upon you.”
Chilling, we’re sure you’ll agree, though we’re not sure how centre-halves are meant to read it when it’s hidden under his City shirt.
The quote is not, as you may assume, from out-takes of Samuel L Jackson’s classic “The path of the righteous man…” monologue in Pulp Fiction.
No, the Daily Mail reports it came from Genghis Khan, the Mongol warlord who conquered China in the 13th century.