Miley Cyrus’ New Tattoos Are Wonderfully Positive and Everyone Should See Them
Miley Cyrus may have left her out-there ensembles behind her, but she’s still expressing herself through her collection of tattoos — and the ink just keeps on coming.
So far she has tattoos about her bae’s favorite snack, her dog Emu, an SNL skit she participated in, and more. This time her new ink is a reminder to herself and others — it’s short, sweet, and easy to remember.
The “Malibu” singer invited over some friends, including her brother and her tattoo artist pal, and decided to get a new piece of body art… while hanging in her bedroom! She posted her fresh art to her Instagram story: two words at the tops of her wrists that read “BE KIND.” It’s a good reminder any time of year, but especially around the holidays.
As if it weren’t enough to get tattooed, they then switched roles and Cyrus gave HIM something to remember the occasion by as well, looking pretty pro while she did it. She captioned the shot “Watchout Kat Von D” and tagged her tattoo artist. We’re not sure what the Disney Channel alum inked on his skin, but we’re sure it’s kooky and sweet.
What do you think of Miley’s new tattoos? Do you have any of your own? Tell us @BritandCo!
(Photos via Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty, Miley Cyrus/Instagram)
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