In the realm of celebrity tattoos, Kristen Stewart's collection is relatively tame – so far. She got her very first inking last June, opting for a small red infinity symbol on her right wrist. Since then, she's added the logo of the '70s punk band Black Flag. Still, it's no surprise that the "Twilight" star is planning to eventually up her tatt game with a truly intense design.
Stewart is famous for being quite the risk-taker in terms of her personal style, and it makes sense that she'd consider bold body art to make a statement. A self-proclaimed ink enthusiast, she's also been known to switch up her hairstyle for a more dramatic 'do or even rock sneakers with an evening gown on the red carpet. So what is she plotting for her next trip to the tattoo parlor?
In an interview with Into The Gloss, Stewart admitted that she wants to shave her head at some point in her life. That's not the only drastic decision on her bucket list. The 23-year-old actress also explained that she plans to tattoo her head before her hair grows back.
"I'm not sure which part, probably the bottom quadrant in the back," she told the source. "I don't know what the tattoo would be, yet. Still thinking."
Fans may be shocked by her extreme endeavors, but Stewart is no stranger to the edgy look. Fortunately, it seems that she may be giving the matter a lot of thought before she goes under the needle. After all, a scalp tatt is a pretty severe choice, and she'll want to make sure the design is something meaningful. Hopefully, if the starlet goes through with it, she'll give the planning process a lot of consideration so that she doesn't have any tattoo regret down the road.
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