Beautiful inner wrist tattoo


Wow, this beautiful photo just wowed us. And we like the unusual and understated placement of the inner wrist tattoo.

How much does a wrist tattoo hurt? Well, first of all, don’t forget that pain is subjective. Not everyone feels pain the same way.

But most people say that when it comes to pain, the wrist isn’t the worst. It’s the bony body parts that hurts the most: the ribs, the hip, the top of the feet rank worse than the wrist.

Other things you have to worry about measure up the same. No worse a spot for infection, so that’s good. Just follow your artist’s after care plan.

And always use a reputable tattoo artist. Word of mouth is usually a good bet

Be bold and unique with your wrist tattoo!
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Star of David Arm Tattoo

Star of David Arm Tattoo in colour

Here is a snazzy Star of David Arm Tattoo. This is one way to wear your faith on your sleeve.

The Star of David, has been a Hebrew symbol designating Jewish identity from about Medieval times. It is known in Hebrew as the Shield of David or Magen David.

Check out how this one has the green colour bleeding out from behind it. Very interesting also is use of a knot on the inside.


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Crazy Beautiful Tattoo Sleeves for Men

tattoo sleeve After four sessions

Here is another collection of gorgeous and unique tattoo sleeves. You won’t find hum drum or regular designs here…(most people just go to the tattoo parlour and pick one off the wall – really! They spend more time on picking out jeans than they do something that is forever and permanent.)

Above you will find a very striking arm sleeve tattoo in the works. That is after 4 sessions at the tattoo parlour. Below, the tattoo has colour added to it.

tattoo sleeve with color to the flowers
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geometric tattoo sleeve

Here is a fantastic and modern tattoo sleeve. Geometric patterns and very controlled colors make this truly astounding. Definitely a showstopper! Would you dare wear this one? Or are you more traditional?

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This is a great take on the optical illusion of Escher. The birds are either in black, or in white.

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Sleeve tattoo designs for men

Here are some hot sleeve tattoos for men. We’ve got a sweet collection here – showing various styles of tattoos, from modern down to traditional.

Sleeve tattoos make a great impression. Make sure to think about your choice…sleeves take a long time to do and are expensive. Tattoos are forever, so make sure you choose wisely – don’t get stuck with something you will regret. Take the time to see if the tattoo you choose is really the right match for your own unique personalty.

Up first is a very graphic and modern take on a sleeve tattoo for men.
sleeve tattoo for men

This tattoo is colourful, playful, and very unique. Do you have the personality to carry off something as stand out and unusual as this?

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Monkey lick the monkey's monkey!

This sleeve tattoo design, while still bold, is a little more mainstream with a 70s colour and style vibe. That   matches the  rollerskater design.
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三社祭 浅草、東京。Sanja Matsuri

Down to the very traditional, but this tattoo is still lovely and very graphic.

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Another wildly original and stand out from the crowd tattoo. Stunning.
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man with sleeve tattoo and sname

This sleeeve tattoo would look as cool even without the snake.

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Shoulder tattoos for women


Here’s a look becoming more and more popular – shoulder tattoos for women. Not just one tattoo, but many tattoos, that go down the arm.

This is a hot location – it’s seductive, that’s for sure.

Now let’s talk about this gorgeous tattoo design. First of all we have a monochromatic pattern. The all black tattoos are striking, and even though they are all different, the colour unifies them.

The size of the tattoos is roughly the same. This keeps it from becoming a messy assortment.

The thick black outline of the tattoos keeps these from being dull, run of the mill tattoos. These are bold and graphic, and display an arty uniqueness.

Well done, on this shoulder tattoo. You can rate it below.


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