Jason Momoa Reveals New Head Tattoo After He’s Shaved His Hair

Jason Momoa has fresh ink.

The “Aquaman” actor debuted a new tattoo on the side of his head on Wednesday, days after he shaved off his signature long hair for charity.

Momoa, 43, turned to artist Keone Nunes, who specializes in traditional Hawaiian tattoos, for the intricate geometric design — which starts at the front of his hairline and extends down to his nape.

The actor was born in Honolulu and his father is a native Hawaiian.

“I have something very special for you,” Momoa told his friends in the video on social media, adding that the artwork was “20 years in the making.”

And he’s not exaggerating: “I’ve known Jason’s dad Joe since high school and started talking to Jason about work on him over 20 years ago,” Nunes captioned a photo with Momoa after the session. “Having family and friends to support him yesterday was the first step in his journey.”

The new tat resembles the large design on Momoa’s left forearm, which the star previously explained was inspired by a Hawaiian family crest.


The actor explained that his new tattoo was “special” for him.

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The actor explained that his new tattoo was “special” for him.


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“It’s our aumakua, our family crest, guardian — the shark, it’s supposed to take the darkness out of your heart and bring the light in — but we’re still working on that,” Momoa said in a 2013 interview.

Momoa’s new Apple TV+ show, “Chief of War,” follows “the story of Hawaii’s unification and colonization from an indigenous point of view,” according to Variety. In addition to starring in the series, Momoa serves as a writer and executive producer.

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