EXCLUSIVE: Jenni 'JWoww' Farley Debuts Sexy New Look and Disney-Themed Tattoo on 'Inked' Cover

The 30-year-old reality star wants new moms to feel 'sexy, successful and strong.'

Jenni “JWoww” Farley has got some new ink!

While fans of the former Jersey Shore star are familiar with a few of her trademark tattoos (she has a tiger on her upper thigh, tributes to her grandmother and daughter on her shoulders, and a dragon on her ribcage) this time Farley has gone big -- debuting a huge Disney-inspired sleeve on the cover of Inked magazine!

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The mother of two got all dolled up to grace the cover of the magazine's October issue, pairing her new sleeve with a sexy new look! And while the former reality star gets pretty racy for the spread, she insists it’s all about proving that new moms still got it!

"I did a cover with Inked magazine in the past and wanted to work with them again," Farley tells ET. "I think everyone believes that once you have kids that you have to change your image. I wanted to do the cover for all the millennial moms out there to show them they can be sexy, successful and strong and still be a great mom. My tattoo and the photos came out exactly how I envisioned it!"

"The sleeve to me represents my love for Disney as well as my version of the reality of Disney stories. It's the happily never after," she adds.

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JWoww's sleeve is definitely one of a kind. While at first glance, the body art looks like a tribute to famous Disney characters, Farley was more interested in portraying a darker side to Disney.

"I wanted a knight in shining armor on a white horse riding into the sunset," she tells Inked of her childhood dreams inspired by Disney. "Once I realized that wasn't going to happen, I was screwed up for a little bit. As you grow up, you realize that relationships are hard work and that nobody's life is going to be a Disney movie."

That doesn't mean Farley isn't living a fairytale with husband Roger Mathews, who she happily describes as the "love of her life," but "every day isn't 'Once upon a time,'" she says. "You have to put in work and compromise with the one you decide to be with."

Farley also put in quite some time getting the tattoo, which was done by former Ink Master contestant Sarah Miller, who tattooed the former reality star both at Inked’s Empire State Tattoo Convention, as well as at Farley's house in New Jersey.

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But the YouTube star is seeing a much different side of the Garden State these days. "Back when I was on Jersey Shore I was young and dumb and living it up with no responsibilities," she shares. "But I have no regrets. The phenomenal experiences I had in my early 20s allowed me to grow into this human being that I am now."

"Your motivations change when you get older. I can't party like I used to and I don't even try anymore. Because I am up every day at 6:30 to 7 o'clock, I'm in bed by 9 every night," says JWoww, mom to 2-year-old daughter Meilani and newborn son Greyson. "I truly value that I am a kickass mom, wife and businesswoman while I am also a hot, sexy millennial mom who is on the cover of Inked."

Businesswoman is another title Farley has been hard at work on lately. The New Jersey native is set to formally announce the launch her mew makeup line, JWoww Cosmetics, at Sunday's VMAs. The line, which Farley has been working on for the past six months, includes multiple colors of kiss-proof, cruelty-free lip stains, liners and balms.

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