The look of ankle tattoos is extremely feminine, which has the ability to set you apart completely from the opposite sex. Tattoos which are done on the ankle are great, as you can flaunt it comfortably among your peers or even hide it during any formal get together you may be attending. Most women choose small designs when it comes to ankle tattoos. That way, the tattoo is clearly very feminine and doesn’t stick out like a sore thumb. Typically, ankle tattoos for women are designed with small, dainty lines. If they were designed with bold lines they would look more like a typical guy’s tattoo.
Ankle tattoos for women come in a variety of design and colors, so make sure that you choose the one which best suits your personality and taste. The most popular designs include butterflies, stars and flowers. The list below will take you through more creative ankle tattoo designs. At the end of the day, it’s your ankle that you are getting a tattoo on. Therefore, you should pick a design that you truly enjoy and that is truly unique to you. That way, you will love your tattoo and you won’t have to worry about regretting a generic design that you decided to get put on you.
Cupcake Ankle Tattoo
If you think you have a sweetest persona, than sport a cute cupcake tattoo on ankle.
Gorgeous flower in lovely shade work and blue waves in the background.
Stars On Foot
Andie Knot Tattoo
A sacred good luck charm, Celtic Knot tattoo, in Irish green of the Shamrock.
Andie Knot Tattoo
These ankle tattoos for women will hopefully inspire you to get an ankle tattoo of your own. As I stated above, you should get an ankle tattoo that is custom and was specifically designed for you. That way, your tattoo is completely unique to you and no one else will have it. Also, remember that ankle tattoos are known for being somewhat painful. So, be prepared to deal with a decent amount of pain.
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