Jada Pinkett Smith is realizing her dream of boasting a tattoo sleeve on her arm, revealing she’s planning to complete the skin art by the time she’s 60.
The actress unveiled her latest ink – the Hindu goddess Mata Sita, a heroine of the Sanskrit epic Ramayana, who is the goddess of sacrifice, purity, love and simplicity – via Instagram.
Alongside a picture of her new tattoo, Jada, who turns 50 next month (Sep21), wrote: “I always said I would get a sleeve at 60 but tomorrow is not promised. Soooo… I’m starting to build my sleeve now! Repp’n the Divine Feminine journey within and without. Jai Ma #MataSita #Allat #Oshun #QuanYin.”
The other goddesses referenced in her caption include Arabian goddess Allat, African goddess Oshun, and Quan Yin, the Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion.
Jada’s latest ink is placed just above the tattoo of three blooming lotuses, which she unveiled in May. Her daughter, Willow Smith, and mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, signed up for matching tattoos.
The process was documented on the trio’s#### Facebook Watch series “Red Table Talk.”