Kendall Jenner has marked the beginning of autumn with a brand new inking. The Keeping up with the Kardashians star has opted for a quirky design, choosing to have the word "Meow" etched into the inside of her lower lip.
Kendall Jenner has a new tattoo on the inside of her lower lip
The 20-year-old turned to renowned tattoo artist Jon Boy to create the artwork, who has designed tattoos for her in the past. Jon delighted his Instagram followers on Friday by giving them a first glimpse of Kendall's new inking, sharing a photo of the reality TV star showing off the design while looking the epitome of cool in a black off-the-shoulder top.
No doubt Kendall opted for her inner lip as it's a well-hidden spot for a tattoo, so as to not interfere with her career as a model. Jon himself has previously revealed that she keeps her job at the forefront of her mind when he opened up about the tattoos she has on her fingers. "She didn't want it to show with modelling and all that," he told Refinery29.
She has designed a tattoo for close friend Hailey Baldwin
Kendall's love for tattoos has also seen her create a design for close friend Hailey Baldwin, spelling out the word "pray" across her index fingers. It comes as no surprise that Hailey asked her friend to help her come up with a new pattern – after all, the duo already have matching inkings, opting for heart-shaped designs on their fingers.
Sister Kylie Jenner also boasts a series of small inkings
Kendall has previously opened up about her love of tattoos, admitting that her older sister Kim Kardashian tried to dissuade her from getting them done. "Even though Kim always says, 'Don't put a bumper sticker on a Bentley,' I really like tattoos," she wrote in a post titled Tatted Up on her eponymous website. "Right now I have two: they're both in white ink on my two middle fingers."
She's not the only member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan to have chosen body art. Younger sister Kylie Jenner boasts a series of minimalist designs and, like Kendall, also has some tattoos on her fingers.