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The celebrity world seems to be obsessed with getting tattoos right now. As we know, the permanent jewellery trend is really taking off (just check our current obsession with ear piercings), so it makes sense that getting tattooed is equally as popular. That being said, a lot of our favourite celebrities aren't going down the dainty route. Instead, they're opting for big, dramatic and sometimes very colourful designs (we're looking at you, Billie Eilish).
The latest celebrity to join the big tattoo club is Selena Gomez, who displayed a mysterious back tattoo a few weeks ago that nobody could decipher the meaning of.
Celebrity tattoo artist Keith "Bang Bang" McCurdy posted a photo on Instagram, tagging Selena, but given how dark the lighting was, it was tricky to make out exactly what the tattoo is of. Now, Bang Bang has revealed a much closer look, finally revealing a large, water-coloured rose which starts just under her neck and drips down between her shoulder blades. The chosen colours are black and pink, beautifully blended together to create a very soft look.
While the design is certainly one-of-a-kind, Bang Bang recreated it for Cara Delevingne, posting a video of the model debuting her matching ink.
"I had so much fun making these tattoos— thanks for always trusting me Cara. Fyi I didn't tell them til the end that these were my first watercolor tattoos ever," he captioned the video.
Delevingne and Gomez have been friends for several years, with Cara set to feature on season 2 of Selena's hit show, Only Murders In The Building which is currently being filmed. Both stars are no stranger to matching tattoos, with Selena sharing several with her closest friends and Cara sharing ink bonds with the likes of Kaia Gerber and ex-girlfriend, Ashley Benson.
Selena Gomez and Cara Delevingne Got Matching Tattoos
aBesties Selena Gomez and Cara Delevingne got matching watercolor tattoos just in time for the new season of Only Murders in the Building. NYC tattoo artist Keith “Bang Bang” McCurdy showed off the watercolor roses he did for the two stars, revealing that it was his first-ever watercolor tattoo. He shared close-up pictures of the pink rose dripping down Gomez’s back and Delevingne’s rib cage; both roses are underneath their separate Roman Numeral tattoos. McCurdy has tattooed countless amounts of celebrities including Kylie Jenner, Rihanna, and Katy Perry.
Cara Delevingne just got some new ink. The 29-year old model and actor got a rose tattooed on the side of her ribcage. The rose has a watercolor effect that makes it look a little faded, and the black leaves drip down like wet paint.
Cara Delevingne will play Alice, “a sophisticated art world insider who becomes enmeshed in the mystery,” in the upcoming season of Only Murders in the Building. The pair have been friends for several years; they’re a part of Taylor Swift’s squad in 2015 and are not fans of Justin Bieber. Delevingne also has matching tattoos with model Kaia Gerber and ex Ashley Benson, who also has her initials tattooed on her rib cage. Gomez has matching tattoos with singer Julia Michaels, the cast of 13 Reasons Why, 4 of her best friends, and #1 BFF Courtney Barry.
If it looks familiar, it's not deja vu. Selena Gomez has the same watercolored flower on her back, which was debuted on Bang Bang NYC's Instagram account on December 29. Just one day later, Bang Bang shared a video of Cara Delevingne, revealing that the first tattoo was actually a part of a matching set.
While Delevigne and Gomez's rose tattoos are not completely identical and were placed in different locations, it appears the celebs got them together. Bang Bang captioned the post of Delevingne's rose tattoo, “Matching for @caradelevingne. I had so much fun making these tattoos— thanks for always trusting me Cara. Fyi I didn’t tell them til the end that these were my first watercolor tattoos ever.”