The New Zealand singer showed off the new facial design on Sunday, ahead of dropping her new single "Harry"

January 28, 2019 08:12 PM

Kelsey Karter is hoping that she’s got that “one thing” to make Harry Styles notice her.

On Sunday, the up-and-coming singer from New Zealand showed off her newest tattoo on her Instagram. Giving her fans some insight on how much she adores Styles, Karter had a sketch of the 24-year-old singer’s face on the right side of her cheek.

In the post, she also posed with Romeo Lacoste, the tattoo artist who completed the unique facial artwork, and captioned the two snapshots: “mama, look what i made me do.”

At this time, it is not clear whether the tattoo is, in fact, a permanent one, but Lacoste shared a video on his Instagram Stories which featured the singer going under the needle and grimacing in pain, according to Billboard.

Reps for Styles did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

Kelsy Karter/Instagram
Kelsy Karter with Romeo Lacoste
Kelsy Karter/Instagram

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Before getting the devotional design on her face, Karter hinted that something special was in the works on her Twitter. “Finally know what I’m getting Harry for his birthday….” she wrote of the upcoming surprise.

Style’s 25th birthday is this Friday on Feb. 1.

Karter also debuted the apparent birthday present ahead of the release of her newest song “Harry”, named after the One Direction member.

Karter sings, “Harry, I’m gonna make you love me/You’re gonna make me breakfast/It’s a secret just between us/We can keep it low-key/I ain’t being funny/You should be so lucky to put your velvet arms around me.”

She also sings about treating him better than the girls and boys he’s spending time with, referencing the speculation around Styles’ sexuality, and even eats a kiwi at one point — a nod to his 2017 song “Kiwi“, which has a similar sound to Karter’s new jam.

Speaking to Billboard after the song’s release, Karter embraced her love for Styles and shared how he has served as a musical influence in her career.

“The song says it all, doesn’t it?” she told the publication on Monday. “It’s just my ode to him, I guess. I think he’s amazing and, come on, he’s like the best person on the planet.”

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“I love that he’s from the pop world and went and did a rock album and introduced kids to rock ‘n’ roll, to sounds they wouldn’t have otherwise heard,” she continued, referencing Style’s self-titled 2017 solo album.

“Everything he’s doing is amazing and bold,” Karter added. “I want to be a female version of that in my career.”

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