Shoot, say it all. By popular demand, the good people at TattooBlend (me) have made huge requests (four to be exact) for a female version of our hit tube "". And this time, we've expanded the gallery to more than 100 tattoo designs for women to make sure nothing is missing from those who left.
If you are in the same boat as any other woman who is considering tattooing or not, then you are in the right place, because after browsing the gallery, you will no longer be able to go to the local tattoo shops. your tea will be cold.
Normally our lists fly in just a few days, but this article has been in the works for a while. In the past two months we have collected designs and carefully selected this list to show you the best examples of tattoo designs carefully executed and photographed by our most popular Instagram artists. Here is our new tattoo guide for women, so you can inspire, motivate and unleash this creative spirit!
This earth and space hourglass tattoo.
The watercolor technique is one of the most popular trends in the industry – as it has been for some time – and is still popular. There are a lot of amazing artists for watercolor tattoos, but if we were to pick some of the best, Fatih would definitely be on this list. Although his work may not be as opulent as other watercolor artists, Fatih uses the watercolor style to make his work more discreet and traditional translucent. This magnificent terrestrial and space hourglass is one of its most living motifs. (Photo: Fatih Odabaş)
This watercolor camera.
For every creative mind, there is a camera … like this … just waiting to be tattooed. This vintage camera has been illustrated with soft and sketchy lines that give the room a playful feel. Inside the lens is a magical bokeh effect that blurs the colors, creating a wonderful focal point framed by the black and gray camera body. (Photo: Felipe Mello)
This magic lotus flower.
If you are a Mandala fan and are looking for something colorful, this design is definitely something to build on. Below is a black pattern section that looks very much like the keys of a piano. The fine strands of pearls and the hanging stones give the mix a certain elegance, making it an instant topic of conversation. (Photo: Katie Shocrylas)
This decorated compass tattoo.
The engraving work on this compass is nothing short of spectacular. The recessed face of the dial is illustrated by an area cleverly shaded with negative space. If you like tattoos on a compass, be sure to visit our popular tattoos that we released last year. (Photo: Fanny)
This cosmic deer.
Currently, space, the cosmos or the galaxy, according to your name, is the latest craze. In fact, when we compiled this list, there were so many of these types of designs that we had to make the difficult decision of creating awesome designs for the sake of versatility. (Photo: Koray Karagozler)
This abstract dream catcher.
While we just said how much we hate labeling a lot of similar patterns on the same list, we are embarrassed to admit that there are more than a few Dreamcatcher tattoos on this list. This is how it turned out. And be happy, because this abstract and blown dreamcatcher, illustrated above, is only the tip of the iceberg. (Photo: Tayfun Bezgin)
This lotus flower.
So, roses are the most popular floral tattoos, but the lotus flower claims to be the top when it comes to infused mandala patterns, which is actually a very popular thing in the tattoo world. In this case, Brazilian tattoo artist Ana Abrahao created her own accents, with sporadic watercolor and drooping jewelry accents. (Photo: Ana Abrahao)
This amazing elephant tattoo.
From the gray and gray nuanced ink of the elephant to the remarkable geometric and watercolor side, this motif offers the best of both worlds, complementing each other in a way that only the most conscientious colorists could achieve. If you're looking for a statement item, take notes because it doesn't get much better. (Photo: Anna Yershova)
This beautiful slope line.
Here's one of the most complex minimalist tattoo designs you'll ever see – if it makes sense. The design itself looks simple, but when you think about what made it possible to blend these colors so perfectly, the design is anything but. (Photo: IDA)
This iridescent mandala flower.