Kylie Jenner Just Added a New Tattoo to Her Body Art Arsenal (and TBH We Have No Clue What it Is)

Feb/11/2016 at 12:49 PM ET

It’s looking like Kylie Jenner might be taking a cue from her boyfriend Tyga when it comes to tattoos. The star just added some more art to her arm, but unlike her previous ink, we have no idea what this one means.

Kylie JennerKylie Jenner/Instagram

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Kylie Jenner Has a Totally Sane New Tattoo

Dec/28/2015 at 08:29 AM ET

Turns out that new mega-watt ring that Kylie Jenner may or may not have been wearing on her ring finger all weekend long isn’t the only big change the reality star has undergone recently. Last night, King Kylie took to Instagram to debut the latest addition to her growing body art collection.

Kylie Jenner New TattooKylie Jenner/Instagram

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Adam Levine Is Blond Again and Got Some Fresh Ink to Celebrate

Dec/22/2015 at 09:31 AM ET

Adam Levine has done it again. By which we mean, once again his brunet locks have transformed overnight into a flaxen, peroxide blonde hue. And from the look of things all those bleach fumes might be getting to him because it seems like The Voice judge has taken the old cliché “blondes have more fun” to heart.

Adam Levine Behati Prinsloo Blonde AgainBehati Prinsloo/Instagram

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We Tried It: Pat McGrath's Gold 001 Pigment Used 21 Ways

Nov/20/2015 at 05:44 PM ET

It’s been three weeks since makeup mega-guru Pat McGrath released 1,000 of her Gold 001 pigments into the hands of makeup addicts everywhere, and we’re still freaking out over it. The product, which is McGrath’s first, comes straight from Pat McGrath Labs — and not to hyperbolize, but it’s a dome of gold magic. But if your first thought was “What on earth am I supposed to do with pure gold pigment?” Below, here are 21 (easy!) ways I’ve tried it in the past few weeks.

Pat-McGrath-Gold-001-ideasCourtesy Jillian Ruffo

It arrived in a bag with Mehron mixing liquid, a spatula, a mixing pot and a whole lot of sequins, can be applied sheer or opaque, wet or dry, and literally anywhere. It’s also beyond easy to use — the instructions read “Dig in and play fearlessly,” but be advised: I’m still covered in glitter days later.

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1. Create a crazy cat eye (pictured above)
I dipped a thin makeup brush in the mixing liquid and combined it with a small fleck of pigment, then applied multiple layers in a cat eye shape.

2. Or work it into a smoky eye
A sheer wash of pigment all over my lids before applying brown shadow left me the perfect smoky metallic look.

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3. Use it to accentuate your lips
If you’re looking for an instant holiday pick-me-up, use your finger to dab pigment over any lipstick, just in the center of your lips.

4. Or as full-blown gold lipstick
Apply a thick layer over blotted lip balm.

5. It’s the prettiest gilded eyeliner
Use a thin eyeliner brush dipped into mixing liquid and pigment to draw a gold line above and below your lash lines.

6. And makes the most luminous body lotion
Just a fleck of pigment mixed into body lotion added the perfect amount of shine—and it’s great for any night out.

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7. Make a custom temporary tattoos
Paint it on your arm in any shape you want, because why not?

8. You can use it to highlight your cheekbones
Buff a tiny bit into your skin, just above your cheek bones.

9. And your Cupid’s bow
Use your ring finger to apply a touch of powder above the center of your top lip.

10. Or contour the bridge of your nose
Swipe it down the center of your nose for instant contour.

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11. Make the tips of your lashes sparkle
Just apply to mascara-ed lashes with a fluffy eyeshadow brush.

12. And accentuate your brows
Brush it over your brow gel to make your brows stand out.

13. Use it as nail polish
Pick up a fleck of pigment with a clear nail polish brush, and blend it onto your nails.

Pat-McGrath-Gold-001-ideasCourtesy Jillian Ruffo

14. Or for super easy nail art
Mix it into clear nail polish. Apply it at the tips of your nails first, working your way down the nail as the glitter thins out.

15. Draw on faux earrings
Use a tiny brush and mixing liquid, and dab a circle of pigment onto your ear lobes.

16. Or bracelets
Paint rows of gold on your wrists.

17. Want to redirect to your hair? Make literal highlights
I picked up some pigment with a fluffy powder brush and applied a few coats on a small section of hair.

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19. Or on one strand of a braid
And added an extra coat to get an opaque layer on that same strand before weaving it into a braid for a fun touch.

20. Liven up your part
Use your finger to dab it all the way through a lightly spritzed part.

21. Or to glam up your ponytail holder.
Just brush damp pigment around the band.

What’s your favorite way to use it? Tell us your ideas below.

— Jillian Ruffo


Adam Levine Debuts Massive Mermaid Back Tattoo (PHOTO)

Nov/17/2015 at 12:01 PM ET

If you haven’t been keeping up with Adam Levine‘s body art, here’s an important update: The Maroon 5 frontman now has a giant mermaid inked on his back!

PEOPLE’s 2013 Sexiest Man Alive debuted his fresh tattoo on Instagram Monday, as he was getting inked by his go-to artist, Bryan Randolph from Spider Murphy’s Tattoo in San Rafael, California.

Adam Levine tatCourtesy Adam Levine; Inset: Trae Patton/NBC

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David Beckham Adds a Rose Tattoo to His Ever-Growing Neck Ink

Oct/23/2015 at 01:30 PM ET

David Beckham‘s body art keeps growing. The star just added some fresh ink to his collection of intricately designed tattoos: a blooming rose, permanently etched on his neck.

David Beckham gets rose tattooCourtesy Victoria Beckham; Inset: Europa Press/Get

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Ireland Baldwin Gets a New Tattoo in Honor of Her Dad Alec Baldwin

Oct/20/2015 at 02:24 PM ET

The 19-year-old model (and amateur tattoo artist) is at it again!

At the start of Fashion Week in September, Ireland Baldwin debuted a fresh tat of David Bowie, and now she’s honoring dad Alec Baldwin with the word “Écureuil” (it’s French for “squirrel”) on her wrist.

Ireland BaldwinCourtesy Jon Boy Tattoo

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