Last weekend, I helped a friend of mine flood up to 1,000 different designs for the wrist tattoo. Because good friends do, I can personally guarantee that all of the designs on this list are made of foam from a very large glass of wrist tattoo designs. Yes, everyone has their own tastes and goals when it comes to finding a wrist tattoo. However, some models exceed personal preferences.
Perfect for the part of your body that connects your arm to your hand, these tattoo designs will delight everyone, whatever your style. When you're done scrolling through this list, you'll wonder why you've only been cursed by two wrists instead of the countless radiocarpal joints you need to satisfy your craving for ink.
The wrist is one of the most popular places for coloring tattoos. Especially in women. If for no other reason than the cool factor alone. The combination of tiny minimalist designs, vivid watercolors, elegant bracelets and sophisticated ornamental displays shows in the next gallery almost all the different creative possibilities at once. It is clear that the prospects for your future wrist tattoo have improved considerably. However, we hope you choose something original and awesome so that we can be included in a future list.
This segmented mandala design.
Creativity at the highest level. This well designed wrist tattoo has a negative volume band and several layers of mandala petals. A subtle nuance gives the room an extra dimension of depth that complements the element of negative space. (Photo: Sara Reichardt)
These dotwork arrows.
An abstract geometric creation anchored by arrow shapes of different designs. While the top and bottom of the wrist are the most traditional places for wrist tattoos, the back of the wrist is quickly becoming our favorite. (Photo: Maksim Lopez)
This beautiful watercolor sheet.
Here we have another design on the back of the wrist. A soft and elegant leaf is wonderfully accented by subtle watercolor lines. (Photo: Banul)
So simple and yet so beautiful. These spaced stars form a bracelet on which the class is written. How Gain was able to achieve such uniform micro stars is incredible. (Photo: tattoo artist Korn)
This flower tattoo on the wrist.
The artist called this floral motif "minimalist", but we would like to say it. Up close, this flora may seem simple, but looking at the room as a whole makes it rather complex. (Photo: Yeliz Ozcan)
Adding a little color to a black and gray ink design makes everything in the world look good. This is not the first time Zihwa has been involved in this contrasting design, but it is certainly one of their best. (Photo: Zihwa)
This space wrist tattoo.
Space tattoos are announced recently. No wonder this list does not contain two, but three of these trendy cosmic conceptions. However, it is the only one it colors. (Photo: Zihee)
This anatomical heart.
This detailed work on a single needle is characterized by a combination of points and lines. Anatomical hearts are popular tattoo options, but it's the first one we've seen on a wrist. In fact, it could be our next tattoo. (Photo: OOZY)
This dotwork mandala flower.
An upward trend with respect to dot mandala designs is the negative distance between the individual segments. This wrist tattoo is a great example. These designs are not as easy as they are executed correctly. (Photo: Chris Jones)
This black flower wrist tattoo.
There is nothing more noble than a small black floral tattoo. This design provides unique placement of the top of the wrist. As a design that will never go out of style, it is a great option for those looking for something simple and classic. (Photo: Liana Joy)