To be fair, Reinhart has to hide her tattoos while playing Cooper on Riverdale, which is probably why most fans forget she has any at all. Although her collection is smaller — especially when compared to Ariana Grande's 30+ tattoo collection or Miley Cyrus' pet dedications — it's packed with emotional backstories. So, we tracked down every single one.
Ahead, a comprehensive guide to Reinhart's tattoos.
The actress revealed to PeopleStyle in 2017 that the arrow design is inspired by a quote she uses as a mantra when going through difficult times: "An arrow can only go forward by being pulled back." (The real quote — "An arrow can only be shot by pulling it backward" — was originally from speaker and consultant Stephanie Simpson.) It's only a coincidence that Reinhart and her TV mom on Riverdale, Mädchen Amick, have matching tattoos from Dr. Woo — and in the same spot no less.
Almost exactly a year later, Reinhart added this tiny cross to the outer edge of her right pinky finger. Turns out, this is the only tattoo of Reinhart's you can spot on Riverdale. "We kind of gave up covering my [cross] finger tattoo,"Reinhart told us in 2017. "If you look, you will see [it]. It's like an Easter egg."
Another year later, Reinhart visited Dr. Woo again to add this delicate rose to her right arm. She told PeopleStyle that it's a symbol of how she wears her heart on her sleeve. "I love roses, but I don’t want to say it’s that basic," she explained. "I’m kind of a warrior for love. I’ve learned that I do wear my heart on my sleeve. I love love."
A year earlier, Reinhart tweeted that her next tattoo would be dedicated to singer Lana Del Rey. "I want something that represents my love for [Lana]," she tweeted in 2016. "One of her lyrics maybe." There's plenty of room for a fifth addition, right?
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