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The most popular girly tattoos

The most popular girly tattoos

If you’re a girl and you’re trying to find inspiration for your first or next tattoo, try to think of tattoos as a form of jewelry that you will never take off. If you had to choose one symbol to represent you forever and express who you are, what would you choose? Would it be a quote, someone’s portrait, an abstract symbol? For every personality there is the perfect tattoo and it’s up to you to decide what you be embedded on your skin. When it comes to feminine tattoos, there are many ideas to choose from, ranging from small and delicate symbols that can easily be concealed with clothes to massive, intricate ones that make a statement everywhere you go. For inspiration, look in women’s magazines, rediscover your favorite books, quotes and movies. You can even try to create an image of the perfect tattoo by buying wholesale ribbons and showing the design to your tattoo artist. Here are some popular ideas to get you started.

 

If you’re at your first tattoo and you don’t want to commit to a large back tattoo or full sleeve, you should pick a small image that can be drawn on your wrist, back of your head, ankle or lower side of your hip. Ribbons are a universal favorite and you can customize them by having them tattooed in different colors, followed by initials or quotes. The great thing about them is that you can hide them easily if you don’t want your friends or co-workers to see them. Also, they make good starting points for bigger tattoos, if you decide to expand your existent design, you can ask the artist to pick up from there instead of starting from scratch.

 

Another popular idea among women is to get a tattoo that resembles jewelry. Examples include rosary beads, pearls, delicate crosses or diamonds. These are generally quite girly, especially when tattooed in color. If you think that a cute tattoo will not represent you for the rest of your life, you can get a black and white one, use classic or grungy elements. Be careful when choosing the intricacy of the drawing, especially if you don’t have a large canvas. The smaller the canvas, the more difficult it will be to notice all the details and, in time, the lines will fade, leaving a swirly mess behind. Therefore, if you get a small tattoo, make sure it’s not overpowered with details. These should only belong on large back, sleeve and torso tattoos. A huge mistake that girls make when deciding on a stencil for the first time is that they choose small dreamcatchers and other intricate designs that only look good in large dimensions. Tell your tattoo artist what kind of symbol you are looking for and they will recommend you something based on the size of the tattoo. You can always expand the tattoo afterwards if you feel that it’s incomplete or if you want to alter it slightly.