I know that many are going to say that the tattoo has to have meaning, not to show off and blah blah blah! It’s a tattoo, a work of art on the skin, so it’s obvious to show it off. And surely you asked yourself: a tattoo as an accessory? Yes, the “fine line” style tattoos are so sophisticated that they surpass any accessory. It is a style with lines so thin that they are a great decoration for all your looks.
A silhouette of a woman
We all know that the body of the woman is perfect, however it may be, so it sounds good to represent that beauty in your skin. With fine and elegant lines like the curves of a woman.
A flower in the heel
The flowers are worn super well with this tattoo method, because they are delicate and thin as the fine lines of this style.
A small tattoo
You can take advantage of the thinness of the line to make a discreet and small tattoo. Like a half moon, some circle, line or shape that does not exceed two centimeters.
A needle with thread
Taking advantage of your love for fashion and the thinness of the tattoo, you can make a thread with your respective needle. You can also “bury” it in your skin to give it realism.
Many seek to tattoo a word or phrase with script type fonts (italics). Give a different touch with a straight and thin letters with this technique.
Lyrics in rare parts
You can take advantage of the letters (which look good on any side) to tattoo them in the strangest places, such as the nape of the neck, behind the ear, a finger and even the neck.
A weathered doodle
If you do not know what to do, you can be a scribble that only means something to you. You can even degrade it in two or more colors.
A meaningful doodle
Even scribbles can make sense. How? Creating some abstract form For example, this tattoo of two intertwined faces.
Lines with sense
You do not need many lines of a drawing to understand, it is even more entertaining if the tattoo is missing “elements”. Trying to guess will make it interesting.
A complex form
This technique is not only summarized in minimalism, it can be used to create drawings with a great degree of complexity; that is, it requires fine lines.