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JLaw: My tattoo is wrong!

Published 15/07/2015

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence has confessed her newest inking is not marked on her body accurately.

Last year the 24-year-old Academy Award-winning actress inked the chemical formula for water, ‘H2O’, onto her right hand.

But her tattoo is inaccurate, as the number is misplaced.

“I know that the two is high [on my hand] and in H2O the two is supposed to be low,” she explained to HitFix. “I should have Googled it before I got it tattooed on my body forever.”

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 actress was not interested in inking a huge piece on her body.

Jennifer joked the marking is mild in comparison to what some other tattoo enthusiasts choose to ink on their frames.

“You know, I call this tattoo a watered-down rebellion because it’s not like a real tattoo,” she quipped. “It’s just like, I was with [Liam Hemsworth’s] family and everybody was getting tattoos and I was like, well, I’m always going to need to be hydrated, so I guess I should just get an H2O on my hand.

“It’s the colour of a scar so it’s au naturel and it’s literally the most unrebellious tattoo that anybody could ever get.”

The blonde star is known for wearing beautiful gowns at star-studded events, often opting for a Dior ensemble. Although she pulls out the stunning outfits perfectly, Jennifer has previously revealed she is happiest when in a more relaxed number.

“That’s about the only time I really like to get dressed up,” the American Hustle star laughed to Psychologies magazine when asked if she enjoys the red carpet palaver. “Usually if I’m on my own, I don’t wear any make-up and I prefer wearing regular clothes.

“I grew up with two brothers, and I was never a girly-girl who liked to fuss about my hair or what I would wear to school. I’m still pretty nervous when it comes to going on the red carpet and figuring out what I’m going to wear to big events.”

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