Celebrity-favorite tattoo artist, Doctor Woo, showed off the actress's new ink on Instagram

By Colleen Kratofil
February 04, 2019 11:54 AM
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Zoë Kravitz just added some fresh ink to her already-extensive tattoo collection.

The actress’s tattoo artist, celeb favorite Doctor Woo, shared photos of her two new additions on his Instagram account. According to the artist, he helped Kravitz “heal” her new “baby” tattoo located at the top of her neck on the right side. And he also helped coverup a previous tatt on her left shoulder with new dragonfly art.

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According to a red carpet photo at the Venice Film Festival in 2014, it appears Kravitz had Arabic art on her shoulder, which she gradually started to remove, most likely through lasering.

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Because by the time the 2017 Emmy Awards rolled around, the ink appeared to have been fading.

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And by November 2018 at the Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald premiere, her tattoo was almost invisible.

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Woo also revealed what seems to be a brand new tattoo of the word “baby” written in cursive on her neck.

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It appears to be new because in October 2018 at the Tiffany & Co. Blue Book Gala, the baby tattoo seems to be missing from photos of Kravitz on the red carpet.

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While the actress hasn’t shared the new tattoo photos herself yet, she’s been busy promoting her recent ad campaigns, including her collab with her father Lenny Kravitz for Tumi.

The two recently traveled together to the Bahamas to connect back to their family roots and star together in a scenic new video where they take in their surroundings and reflect on their journey together.

She also starred in her very own Super Bowl ad for Michelob Ultra’s new USDA-certified organic status.

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