The 18-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson recently paid tribute to rock band Motley Crue by getting "Motley" written on the inside of her lip, and the band's drummer, Tommy Lee, obviously appreciated the shout-out.
"Omfg!!!! @ParisJackson you are a beautiful creature," Tommy, 53, tweeted on Sunday.
Of course, inner lip tattoos rarely ever last forever given the rate the skin eventually repairs itself, which Paris later noted.
"Most lip tattoos are temporary and y'all have been my favorite since I was 12, so I figured why not," she responded. "Glad you like!!"
However, the only daughter of the King of Pop has been getting plenty of permanent ink lately. For her milestone birthday earlier this month, she got a tattoo honoring her late father. "Queen of my heart," Paris inked in her dad's handwriting down the side of her left wrist.
"To everyone else he was the King of Pop. To me, well, he was the king of my heart," Paris captioned an Instagram pic of herself checking out her new tat.
Paris also recently got a tattoo honoring her grandmother, 85-year-old Katherine Jackson.
"'Kǎisèlín' for Grandma Katherine, done by the ink goddess herself @thetattooprincess. Love you, G-Ma," Paris shared last week.
And it appears a love for tattoos runs in the family. Paris' older brother, 19-year-old Prince Jackson, also recently got inked with a tattoo of Anubis -- an iconic Egyptian god -- on his right shoulder blade by artist Justin Lewis. Lewis is the same artist who worked on Paris' tribute tattoo to their father.