Religion Tattoos

Lacey Sturm


“Had an amazing night preparing for @jesusisthereset tomorrow at the @nationalmall in Washington DC The FREE event is from 9am to 9pm… So many heroes in the faith are gathering tomorrow. Please come out. My @jesusisthereset tattoo is a symbol of my commitment to the message that God considers every human worth dying for, worth forgiving, and worth giving a chance to start over fresh and new in their soul, to be born again of The Spirit, if only we are willing to admit we need a RESET and ask Him for it.. So we are asking for healing and renewal tomorrow for our hearts, our nation, and our world. His forgiveness is a free gift to all who ask. God’s forgiveness was bought for us all by the blood of Christ. And when we encounter the love and kindness of God, we can’t help but fall in love with Him back and feel his love for others. His perfect love casts out all fear and brings hope that rises to eternity. I believe in tomorrow so much.”

Britney Spears

Britney Spears got Kabbalah Hebrew letters inked on the back of her neck back in 2004 whilst touring overseas.
The Hebrew letters are supposed to promote “healing”
The letters make up one of the Kabbalah sect’s 72 names for their god, and at the time, Britney was trying to cope with her pressured life and took advice from Madonna, who belongs to this religious movement.
Later, she removed the tattoo in 2008.

Jenna McDougall


Jenna McDougall got her first tattoo in February 2016 from artist Steve Tucker. It’s a traditional Celtic knot on her upper back. This particular design is know as the triquetra or trinity knot. It has many meanings, but the most common is a Christian symbol of the Holy Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit).
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Rihanna


In January 2014, artist Bang Bang gave Rihanna this tattoo of a cross on the inside of her right wrist. The intricate cross design is made from negative space and is surrounded by black ink.  Rihanna also expanded the henna designs — which has previously only been on the back of her arm — all the way up to edges of the cross, making it one cohesive piece. (more…)

Rihanna


In March 2012, Rihanna got a small and simple cross tattooed on her left collarbone. Artist Bang Bang cut the ink with water to make the tattoo light, the same technique that he used for the “Rebelle Fleur” tattoo on her neck. Rihanna chose this placement on her neck so that she can easily hide it with a necklace when she wants to, but she can also show it off. (more…)