Britney Spears flaunts her wild bikini body. Yet again in a recent Instagram photo showing how she had boho style white temporary henna tattoos on her arms, legs, chest, and tummy, she took it up a notch to demand "attention" from her fans.
The 38-year-old posed against a bright yellow backdrop so her tanned skin could really light up with the white body art. Her black, white and grey patterned bikini, particularly with the super skintight bottom, was one of the tiniest she's worn this summer.
Brit appears to have temporary white designs drawn to her body, as opposed to plant-derived skin staining from henna dyes. Her upper arms and chest had the same patterns on her toned thighs which matched the strikingly similar features. She had a wide range of designs for her flat tummy.
Though it's unknown if Britney applied the white henna body dye herself, or whether her hunky boyfriend Sam Asghari, 26, did it for her or gave her a hand, she definitely enjoyed showing off her end result. Britney gave the camera a seductive look while rocking her signature look with heavily dark lined eyes and red pouty lip.
Britney then posted a second slide-right picture in the first snapshot, which was a complete 180-change from her look. She was wearing an adorable crop top with her favorite pair of low-rise khaki short-shorts that she's been sporting many times this summer, and in a relaxed pose had her hands on her hips.
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Although she had the same hair and makeup as on the first picture, in the second photo, Brit's henna tattoos were missing. So either the picture is before her body painting session, or she washed them off before the snapshot.
In the caption, the "Toxic" hitmaker wrote, “So I got carried away with henna!!! I think I’m going for a bohemian look in the second picture….not sure what my hands on my hips are about!! I guess I’m demanding attention!!!!” Sure Britney got it from her fans, who in the comments called her a “henna queen.”
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