This is not a lockdown activity for the fainthearted!
The model and daughter of the late Michael Jackson posted a photo of herself applying her new ink using a professional-looking tattoo gun, captioning the picture with a paw-print emoji.
She also shared on her Instagram story a video of herself applying the tattoo.
It looks like Jackson, who already has several delicate tattoos on her toes, had a pretty steady hand as she worked on her latest design, a tiny series of loops and swirls at the base of her pinkie toe.
With her at-home ink, Jackson joins fellow model Kaia Gerber, who also recently gave herself a tattoo while in quarantine.
Gerber, the 18-year-old daughter of Cindy Crawford, used another DIY method. She gave herself a “stick and poke” tattoo, which involves dipping a sterilized needle in ink and poking it into the skin.
“I've been struggling because one of my favorite pastimes was going and getting tattoos, and nobody's been able to do that,” Gerber told Glamour. “So, in the meantime, I gave myself a stick-and-poke, which I do not recommend.
“I think I have a newfound appreciation for tattoo artists. It’s not easy.”
Major props to anyone skilled enough (and brave enough) to give themselves a tattoo during lockdown. But when it comes to DIY beauty transformations during quarantine, we’ll probably stick to at-home haircuts!