Haylor were spotted at Shamrock Tattoo Parlor in L.A., where Styles added more ink to his growing collection of tats. Freddy Negrete, the artist who inked Styles' arm with a giant pirate-type ship, posted a photo of the couple and his new ink on his Instagram account on Tuesday night.
He wrote, "Good times @harrystyles new tat and #taylorswift and me and @booboonegrete good times."
Harry is hardly a stranger to ink. He's got a number of tattoos scattered on his body. MTV News spoke to one of his tattoo artists, Kevin Paul, who opened up about Styles' tattoo philosophy. He said, "Harry has more personal things, like he has little things for his mom and all that kind of stuff. They're all pretty different on what they have, like their ideas. He hasn't got proper tattoos. They're just scattered around. I think as he gets older he will want proper pieces and he'll have all these little pieces."
It's interesting to note that in Swift's latest music video, [article id="1699140"]"I Knew You Were Trouble.,"[/article] one of the scenes features her sitting by her onscreen love interest's side (played by Reeve Carney) as he gets some ink.
While Styles isn't the baddest of [article id="1698897"]bad boys[/article], Swift did recently open up to MTV News about the appeal of naughty fellas. "I think it's just like an opposites attract kind of thing. I don't know that all good girls are only attracted to all bad boys; I think everyone goes through phases as to what interests them," Swift admits. "I think that in this video, my favorite thing about it is that this girl not only gets sucked into this relationship with him, but she loses who she was before and to her that's the saddest part of losing him is that she can't remember who was she was before she met him."
Their L.A. rendezvous comes after Taylor and took a vacation together in England, where she celebrated [article id="1698932"]her 23rd birthday[/article].