Sabrina Carpenter’s Tattoo Collection Is Every Minimalist’s Dream

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Sabrina Carpenter is getting ready to dominate the summer. Fresh off the success of her pop perfection anthem “Espresso,” the singer-songwriter is set to release her eagerly-anticipated sixth studio album, titled “Short n’ Sweet,” on August 23. Alongside revealing the cover art and release date on her Instagram, Carpenter also shared a new tattoo to mark the occasion. However, her long-time fans would know that this is far from her first rodeo in the realm of body artwork. In fact, this brand ink marks Carpenter’s fifth tattoo in her growing collection.

The “Feather” singer got her very first tattoo back in 2020. She started her ink journey with a meaningful one-word script design that reads “lucky” in cursive font on the back of her neck. Since then, she has added a couple more pieces over the years, and it’s clear that most of her designs hold significance with the artist. However, if you’ve never noticed them before, it may be because they all share a cohesively minimal, fine-line inking style and are placed in obscure locations (behind the ear, nape of the neck, and ribcage), making them hard to observe. Most of her pieces are done by the LA-based celebrity tattoo artist Dr. Woo, known for his stunning single-needle tattoos.

Ahead, we’ve rounded up all five of Carpenter’s tattoos along with their meanings. Read on to find the details and the inspiration behind the singer’s tiny but meaningful ink collection, including her latest tattoo in honor of her upcoming release.

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