That bicep tat just isn’t cutting it in 2020.
While tattoos are nothing new for the stars, more celebs than ever are fearlessly inking up their faces and never looking back.
A sure sign of the social media era, the face tattoo is too bold for most to get — or ignore.
Aaron Carter’s not the only one who’s getting them. From newcomers like Cindy Crawford’s son to vets like Iron Mike, these are some of the best celebrity face tats.
Aaron Carter isn’t just little bro to his Backstreet brother Nick. The singer revealed new ink dedicated to his girlfriend of three months Melanie Martin on Tuesday, but the cursive “Melanie” over his eyebrow is child’s play compared to the face on the other side of his face.
Presley may have followed in mom Cindy Crawford’s footsteps with a career in modeling. But he does not quite have her cheekbones. In February, his tattoo artist shared a pic of Gerber’s newest art — the word “Misunderstood” across his right cheek.
The many evolutions of Post Malone can be traced in the tattoos that he’s gotten over the years. As recently as February, Post’s ink artist posted this behind-the-scenes snap of his new face tat.
Tyson’s mellowed out over the years, but his face ink is a constant reminder of his legacy rep as “The Baddest Man on the Planet.” In his 2008 documentary “Tyson,” Mike said his tattoo represents his “warrior status.” The design is a nod to the ones that members of the Māori tribe, a warrior-like tribe in New Zealand, wore to scare people in battle.
Bieber’s not saying “Sorry” for his face tat. The singer’s two face tattoos are subtle — a small cross under his right eye and the word “grace” above his right eyebrow.
Chris Brown redefines what it means to be a sneakerhead. The singer’s most recent tattoo is a single Air Jordan that looks like it’s dangling on the right side of his face.