Maggie Lindemann Tattoos


Four of Maggie Lindemann’s five knuckle tattoos are astronomy-related, so this dagger on her thumb seems out of place.  Maggie explained in a tweet that this tattoo isn’t connected to the others: “I’ve wanted a knife for a while but didn’t know where to put it, so I saw someone with one on their thumb and fell in love.”  She did however put dots below her nail like the tattoos on all of her other fingers.  She got this tattoo from artist Romeo Lacoste on October 16, 2016 at the same time as the star on her pinkie.  With all five fingers covered, she announced that her hand is now complete — but she’s still got room on her lower knuckles if she changes her mind!

The knife represents Maggie’s interest in blood and gore. “I’ve always been so fascinated with horror, murders, etc. so I felt it was appropriate,” she tweeted.


Maggie Lindemann added this tattoo of a sun and two dots on her middle finger on September 5, 2016 as a companion to the moon and dots on her ring finger.  Artist Romeo Lacoste shared a photo of the fresh ink with the caption “They don’t call me the Line God for nothing. Clean and crisp lines that heal perfect every time. Don’t be fooled by artist who can’t do straight lines, perfect circles or tattoos that heal properly. To get tattooed by me book on RomeoLacoste.com


On August 8, 2016, Maggie Lindemann  showed of a new tattoo on the inside of her left elbow which says “not afraid” in red ink.  She appears to have scars from self-harming on this arm just below the tattoo. She has opened up in the past about her struggles with depression and suicidal thoughts.  “Suicide isn’t a fucking joke,” she wrote in a tweet back in July 2015.  In another tweet, which has since been deleted but is archived in this article, she wrote “suicide is something I’ve struggled with since I was little. It’s been a thought all my life.  [People] don’t understand how big of a deal it is.”

In separate set of tweets from March 2016, she wrote “depression is a very real thing. it’s not just being “sad” it’s way deeper than that. it’s a crunching, suffocating disease and it’s not something that shouldn’t be taken lightly. suicidal thoughts aren’t ok, if you have thoughts of killing yourself PLEASE tell someone you trust and if you don’t think you can, tell me and I’ll do everything I can to be there for you and get you help. I hate seeing so many people hurting so bad. I have been there before and I can tell you it gets better. It may take awhile but I promise you it does.”


This tattoo on Maggie Lindemann’s bicep, which she got on June 18, 2016, is her fifth overall and her first large piece. It says ‘you built a cast around your broken heart, and signed it yourself. you signed it “they were wrong.”‘ in all lowercase letters in a typewriter-style serif font.  These lines come from the spoken word poem “To This Day” by author Shane Koyczan which is about the long-term effects of bullying.  It means that even though bullying has a deep and profound impact and leaves you feeling broken, you have to heal yourself and keep going because you have value and you know in your heart that all of the cruel things that other people have said about you are wrong. On instagram Maggie wrote “this quote means so much to me, so I’m veeryyy happy for it to finally be a part of me, thank you once again @romeolacoste I love it so much.”


Maggie Lindemann tattooed the initials “CCH” on the inside of her left wrist in memory of an ex-boyfriend who passed away.  Cameron Cole Hudson was someone whom Maggie dated back in Texas before moving to Los Angeles to pursue her career.  Even though they were broken up before his tragic passing, he still holds a special place in Maggie’s heart. In a tweet she described him as the “only guy I’ll never lose feelings for” and said “I love you forever and always.”

Cameron was severely injured in a campfire accident on November 25, 2014, with burns on 90% of his body. Despite initial projections that he would not even survive for 24 hours, he managed to hold on until February 28, 2015, when he succumbed to his injuries. He was only 18 years old when he died. From his obituary:

“He will be remembered and missed immensely by the family and friends he loved so much. With his very first breath, Cameron charmed everyone with his friendly, outgoing, caring, kind and loving nature. Just a little on the mischievous side, he had an amazingly beautiful smile; and he was not afraid to use it! With his free spirit and adventuresome attitude, he lived life to the fullest! He loved anything with an engine, always looking for ways to make it bigger and faster. The memories of Cameron and the joy of his life will never be forgotten.”

Maggie got her commemorative tattoo from artist Romeo Lacoste on May 29, 2016, along with a music note next to it.


Maggie Lindemann got this music note tattoo on her left wrist on May 29th 2016, at the same time as the initials “CCH” for her deceased boyfriend Cameron Hudson. Maggie first garnered attention for posting videos of herself singing on Keek and she has been using her social media fame to launch a career as singer-songwriter.