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Paris Jackson Proves She's Bad to the Bone by Tattooing Herself During Quarantine

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Paris Jackson attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Feb. 9, 2020 in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Coronavirus might have closed tattoo shops around the country, but that isn't stopping Paris Jackson from getting crafty at home.

Michael Jackson's 22-year-old daughter added to her growing body art collection by inking her pinkie toe with a unalome symbol, which represents the path to enlightenment observed in the Buddhist religious tradition. The spiral at the end symbolizes the struggle of life, while the thin straight line signals finally finding harmony. She posted a picture of her meticulous process on Instagram yesterday (May 12), while also posting more close-up shots of the new ink on her currently unavailable Instagram story soundtracked to "Yellow Bike" by Pedro the Lion.

Fans packed the comments section with requests like they were writing their names in her home setup's sign-up sheet. But according to one of her most recent Instagram stories, Jackson has already had a customer. The budding tattoo artist asked her 3.5 million followers to guess what The Airborne Toxic Event-inspired tattoo she drew on someone.

Check out Jackson's latest ink below.

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