Bea Miller Tattoos

Bea Miller got this tattoo of a ghost on her right forearm in May 2017.  The ghost has a question mark over one of the eyes because it was inspired by the Paramore song “Misguided Ghosts.”  Paramore are one of her all-time favorite bands and she has performed covers of a few of their songs including “Ain’t It Fun” and “The Only Exception.”


Bea Miller got this red square tattoo on her hand as a matching tattoo with three members of her crew: makeup artist and hairstylist April Bautista, social media manager Becky Sake, and digital marketer Kelley Fox.  The four sides of the square represent the four of them. “my team > urs” wrote Bea on instagram.


Bea Miller got this heart and brain tattoo on the back of her upper left arm from artist Guillermo J Gonzalez in February 2017. This was her first time visiting the Generation8Tattoo parlor, where she now gets all of her tattoos. She showed off a picture of the tattoo and wrote “The result of last night’s impulsivity. Made new friends at @generation8tattoo”

The tattoo has a human heart in red ink on top of a brain outlined in black ink. It represents the conflict between emotions and logic.


Bea Miller celebrated her 18th birthday on February 7, 2017 by getting matching tattoos with her mother.  They both got “dream sweet dreams” on their forearms written in each other’s handwriting. “From the song my mom used to sing me every night when I couldn’t fall asleep, mine in her handwriting and hers in mine,” Bea tweeted. (more…)

Bea Miller has a tiny tattoo of an equal sign on her left wrist in support of gay marriage and equal rights for all people.  She had the tattoo done on July 25th, 2015 — the same day that the US Supreme Court invalidated local bans on gay marriage therefore making same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states. “Thought it was the perfect day to get this tattoo #LoveWins” she tweeted.

Her parents are two lesbian women and Bea has always been a staunch supporter of LGBT+ rights. “I have two moms, gay uncles, lesbian aunts and many LGBT friends. I will always happily support all of them ❤️,” she tweeted.

She was only 16 when she got the tattoo and has advised her fans to wait until they are 18 to get tattoos so that they can get inked by the best quality artists. Two years after getting the tattoo, she posted new pictures showing how thick the lines had become and wrote “Like forreal that glo up is ridiculous. Don’t get tattoos when ur 16 kids…it’s hard to find someone good who will tattoo you underage.”


    Bea Miller has a tattoo on her right arm of the planets in our solar system in order of their distance from the sun. Earth is the third circle from the left. Jupiter is the largest circle while Saturn is distinguished from the rest with its rings. Bea’s tattoos is not done exactly to scale since the first four planets would be extremely tiny compared to the last four. The distance between planets is of course not to scale either. From left to right, all of the planets in the tattoo are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.