Hilary Duff Got Two Tiny, Intricate Tattoos, So Now I Want Two Tiny, Intricate Tattoos

Hilary Duff went to winterstone to get two tattoos done—a geometric sunrise formation composed entirely of dots on the inside of her forearm and a little "sassy" star formation close to her elbow.

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(Image credit: Vera Anderson)

Hilary Duff went to winterstone (artist Daniel Stone) to get two tattoos done—a geometric sunrise formation composed entirely of dots on the inside of her forearm and a little "sassy" star formation close to her elbow that's so pretty and minimal, it could be a beauty mark. I love them and want two of my own. (Guys, hold me back.)

According to Page Six,

Stone has also worked with Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Lady Gaga, and Sophie Turner, so he's all the rage for gorgeous trendy looks right now.

Hilary also gave us a little BTS action of the process, saying, "thank you for my ☀️ she’s a bright addition":

And here's the one on her forearm:

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(Image credit: Hilary Duff)

And winterstone showed off his handiwork too. They're so subtle that they could just look like very coordinated freckles if you don't look too close:

Guys, I have no tattoos. Should I get one?? Does it hurt? Can I pull this look off? (Probably not.)

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