Megan Fox Tattoos And Their Meanings

The meanings behind Megan Fox's tattoos range from being just for fun to having personal meaning. While Megan's been inked 8 times, she's also has had laser tattoo removal done. The meaning behind Megan Fox's Shakespeare tattoo was meant to be a reminder to not get caught up with the drama in Hollywood. The quote is located on her right shoulder and says "We will all laugh at gilded butterflies".

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Megan Fox Tattoos

The meaning for Megan Fox's quote tattoo has not been revealed but it most likely has a really deep meaning to Megan. The quote was created by Megan and the ink reads "there once was a little girl who never knew love until a boy broke her heart". The ink was most likely done to move past an infamous relationship.

Megan Fox Tattoos

Megan Fox's Marilyn Monroe tattoo meaning was to honor one of Hollywood's most famous icons. However, Megan Fox has since had the ink removed. Megan believed the image was bringing negative energy so she underwent laser tattoo removal.

Megan Fox Tattoos

The meaning behind Megan Fox's "Brian" tattoo is for her relationship with Brian Austin Green. The two got married in Maui during summer 2010 and have since had two children together. The ink is located seductively near Megan's right hip.

Megan Fox Tattoos

The meaning for Megan Fox's crescent moon tattoo is meant to be a reminder of her father and a book he would read to Megan during her childhood. The design is in color and includes a crescent moon and star. It's one of the only designs in color that Megan has on her body.

Megan Fox Tattoos

The meaning for Megan Fox's Chinese symbol tattoo is for strength. The symbol is located on her neck and Megan got it done when she was 18. The symbol was most likely her first tattoo to ever get done.

Megan Fox Tattoos

Megan Fox Tattoos

The meaning behind Megan Fox's quote tattoo is a tribute to her "Passion Play" co-star, Mickey Rourke. The ink says "And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music". This is a famous quote excerpt by Friedrich Nietzsche, a German poet and philosopher.

Megan Fox Tattoos

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