Thought neck tattoos were just for beefed-up macho men? Think again. Vanessa Hudgens' neck tattoo is a purple and green butterfly, which is kind of strange considering the location of it. The inspiration behind her Lisa Frank-esque tat? Her first name is a Latin derivative of the word butterfly.
"Tramp stamps" usually refer to tattoos on a girl's lower back, however in this case, Audrina Patridge's neck certainly qualifies. We're not sure why the former The Hills star was so inspired to get a snake slithering in and out of a heart on the nape of her neck, but anything that looks like a bullseye like this gets a big no-no from us.
Amanda Seyfried's tiny ankle tattoo is barely visible, but up close you can make out the word "minge," which Seyfried claims is her nickname. However it's also a slang term in England for women's genitalia or pubic hair. Seyfried's said she was fully aware of what the word meant before she got the tattoo, but what we're most curious about is how she got the nickname in the first place?
Name tattoos are never a good idea and nobody knows this more than Denise Richards. Although she was married to the #winning Charlie Sheen for just a few short years, she is now left with a permanent reminder with his name "Charlie" tattooed on her ankle.
Hayden Panettiere's vertical back tattoo was intended to spell out "To live without regrets" in Italian, but unfortunately for her, her tattoo artist had a minor snafu. The tattoo is slightly misspelled with an extra "i" in "rimipianti" instead of the correct "rimpianti." Talk about regrets.
Lea Michele paid tribute to her big break after starring in the Broadway musical "Spring Awakening" by getting a tattoo of one of the show's song's, "I Believe" on her wrist. Unfortunately, we believe that her tattoo artist got a little sloppy and left her with a messy green ink-stained wrist.
Scarlett Johansson might be from NYC, but she has a California-esque beach sunset tattooed on her left arm. But, with the bright colors and circular shape, we can't help be reminded of a Care Bear tummy.
Heidi Klum's giant arm tattoo is often covered up when she hosts Project Runway, but the supermodel proudly rocks it when she hits the red carpet. The unique calligraphy actually reads the name of her husband, Seal, and the initials of their children.