Jessica Alba’s 4 Tattoos & Their Meanings

Jessica Marie Alba, an American actress and more of a hot-shot businesswoman. Triumphed multifarious gold stars for her acting, along with the Choice Actress Teen Choice Award and Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television, and a Golden Globe recommendation for her bulge role in the television series Dark Angel. We know 4 of her tattoos. Let’s check it out, along with their meanings.


1. Flower on Neck


Jessica Alba had flowers inked on the back of her neck. Jessica, her mother, and her aunt all got tattoos together; however, it seems that Jessica was not glad for hers.  Therefore, in 2009 she plunged into the progression of laser tattoo removal to get rid of this tattoo. Such tattoos have recognition with the Greek mythology Goddess, Aphrodite- Goddess of love. Also, it can be perceived that flower tattoos are for good aspirations and spirits.

2. On her Shoulder


Jessica has a rose tattoo inked on her bicep. The rose has been treated as a badge of balance and equity. The charm of this flower is explicit assurance, hope, and breaking the ice. It is in divergence to the thorns symbolizing aegis, trouble, and incautiousness. Her tattoo is inked in a sketch outline form, showing finesse. According to the sources, this is a fake tattoo that she got inked for a movie.

3. Sanskrit on Wrist


On Jessica Alba’s right wrist, she has got inked in Sanskrit “Padma”. The Padma in Sanskrit means the lotus flower.

4. On her Hip


On and above her bum cleavages, she has got a stylish bow tattoo. This low waist tattoo simply stands out when she carries crop tops especially. A bow customarily represents very womanish symbol as they are not often carried by men. This somehow makes a bow tattoo a flake one and only in itself since there aren’t many designs and are pretty obvious for being for women only.

5. Constellation Tattoo

Constellation Jessica Alba Tattoo

Tattoo: ‘Constellation’ tattoo on her left forearm.

Meaning: In March 2019, Jessica got the tattoo of the constellation of birthdates of her children, Honor, Haven, and Hayes. This tattoo was inked by the tattoo artist, Dr. Woo.

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