Alistair Campbell loves his daughter a whole lot — so much that he would not only shave his head for her, but put a tattoo on it.
Not just any tattoo, though. The New Zealand dad got tat of a cochlear implant that his 6-year-old, Charlotte, uses because she's deaf.
According to the New Zealand Herald, Charlotte had just gotten her second implant put in. Dad wanted to do something to show his support.
So Campbell, who previously had no ink on his body, did this.
Campbell, who had to shave his head to get the ink, told the outlet that did it because of the "love for her really."
"Hey, my hair can grow back," he said.
The two then took a photo which shows off what unconditional love — and solidarity — looks like. It soon went viral after getting posted to a large Twitter account called the LAD Bible.
But most importantly, Charlotte liked it. She told The Herald she thought her dad's new art was "cool."
But this isn't the first time a tattoo has helped make someone feel special.
A U.S. tattoo artist headquartered in Massachusetts drew Disney villain tattoos on the leg braces of a girl with cerebral palsy.