It’s no secret that Kendall Jenner is a fan of small tattoos — she has a growing collection of them. From the matching broken hearts of her and BFF Hailey Bieber on the inside of their fingers, the little white dot on her middle finger, and the word “meow” etched on her lower lip, to Kenny, it seems like the most small is the best. And she’s just proven her love for small tattoos once again, as it’s been revealed that the 26-year-old model just got another super-small ink on the inside of her left ankle.
It comes as Los Angeles and New York-based artist Kate McDuffie shared a photo of the new tattoo to her Instagram grid and story, along with the process behind the design. The artist, whose IG handle is @theghostkat, has also inked other famous faces in the past, including actress Madelyn Cline.
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Picking up on her stories, Kate posted sketches of Kendall’s tattoo design – two identical cowgirl boots but one significantly smaller than the other. The next slide showed the smaller tattooed version on the ankle of the second youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner sisters, and the third slide showed a photo of a pair of black cowgirl boots and a pair of white boots – obviously the muse behind the design.
Kate then posted the finished product on her main IG – a generic photo of the tattoo, a close-up photo and another one brown boot. Captioned: “Kendall’s teeniest cowgirl boot 👢”, the artist’s followers were quick to comment on how much they love the design, writing: “So tiny 😮 cute!!” as another said: “Obsessed”.
Kendall also reposted the photo to her Stories, writing, “when at the rodeo…” along with a video of her riding and a photo of her wearing jeans and — you guessed it — cowboy boots. -girl.
Uh, we think we’ll also book for a tattoo of our favorite shoes. Tiny Crocs ink, anyone?
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