Former ‘Teen Mom’ star Farrah Abraham decided to do something new. The mother-of-one has a tattoo – but it’s so small you might not even know it’s there.
Abraham, 31, went to the Soho House in Austin on October 10 to get tattooed by Eddy Ospina. The reality star called her new tattoo a “Farrah Freckle,” according to screenshots obtained by The Sun.
“My first Farrah Abraham tattoo, hey! That’s my point. Let’s go crazy,” she said in an Instagram video posted by The Sun.
Abraham wore a leopard dress for the tattoo and had her platinum blonde hair pulled back in a claw clip.
Ospina warned Abraham that the tattoo would hurt, but said it wouldn’t take long to complete. “So, you know, it’s going to sting, okay, but it’s going really fast and fast,” he told her.
Abraham looked at the camera and repeated what her tattooist said. “You know it’s going to sting, but it’s going to go fast,” she said.
She spread out her right hand so that the tattooist would be able to ink the inside of her middle finger.
Ospina told Abraham that he would be delicate. “I’m going to be careful,” he told her.
It seemed like Abraham was looking for something semi-permanent.
“My freckle doesn’t have to last 10 years. My freckle can last up to two seconds,’ she told him.
“So what I do, I do it very lightly. You’ll look at it,’ Ospina offered. “And if you want it a little thicker, just let me know.”
Abraham was indifferent to the pain. She made an unimpressed face and told the camera, “I don’t think that really hurts.”
After the tattoo was completed, Abraham posed for a photo with Ospina. She leaned toward him and pointed to the “Farrah Freckle” on the inside of her finger.
So why would Abraham get a tattoo if she doesn’t want it to be permanent?
The former ‘Teen Mom’ star previously said her daughter, 13-year-old Sophia, encouraged her to go to tattoo parlors. The teen got her septum piercing for her 13th birthday and is interested in more tattoos and piercings.
At the time, Abraham seemed uninterested in getting tattooed.
“Sophia has asked about tattoos and I don’t have them. I’m not saying anything bad about tattoos. My friends have them. People have them,” she told In Touch Weekly. “Sophia has definitely had me trying to get me into tattoo parlors lately and I have no idea what that’s about.”
Abraham is not the only one to get a finger tattoo.
They’ve grown in popularity — especially in 2022 — with celebrities like Kylie Jenner, Hailey Bieber, Rihanna, and Ariana Grande — having little marks on their hands.
How long a finger tattoo can last on a person all depends on the individual.