If you’re looking to show off your Zodiac pride, these Capricorn tattoos for women show off your astrological side
with style. Capricorns are go-getters (and they know it) but what about their ink style? From the minimalist to the intricate and out there – we have a little bit of everything.
And we didn’t look through
thousands of these designs for fun (although… it was fun). We did it because we wanted some unique ways of showing your sign. If you want something , check out our as unique as you are custom tattoo design service. We’ll help you bring your own unique look to life (anywhere in the world). We’re starting this collection with a very simple Capricorn glyph design. This is great for those who want something small that can be placed anywhere on their body. Here’s an absolutely beautiful animated girl with the classic Capricorn horns. I truly love the red details that make her look regal and intimidating at the same time. We’ve got this lovely mermaid design that’s quite similar to the sea-goat symbol. I love how enchanting the entire tattoo is, especially with the sparkles and the moon elements. We’ve finally got our first sea-goat design. This is such a symbolic design because it shows how Capricorns are able to control both their emotions and the physical world around them. We’ve got the classic Capricorn design, but this one’s in the form of a skull. It looks absolutely fantastical, especially with the flower wreath and the sun rays above. This one’s another horn tattoo. I love the moon elements and the astrology compass design that fits the theme so well. Here’s another lovely horned human design. I love the shading on this one. Even if it’s quite dark, it still does a great job of showing different details. This is also a horned woman design that’s got a lovely curved arc that ties the entire together quite well. This allows for this tattoo to be placed in any location on the body. This tattoo is rather interesting. I like how they didn’t put a distinct face, which almost provides a mysterious aspect to the design. Here’s another sea-goat tattoo. What’s so lovely about this is the very subtle moon design behind its head. It’s very soft plus it’s got some added texture. We’re moving on to a more minimalistic piece. This one is a no-fuss look that’s perfect for those who prefer a clean look without too many details. Another great idea for a Capricorn tattoo is these constellations. They look clean and classy at the same time! They can also be placed on any area of the body. Here’s another beautiful horned lady. I find that mystical beings fit this theme really well. This design even looks like a fairy! We’ve got a colored tattoo for a change. This tattoo sticks with the traditional colored tattoo look, especially with the chosen color palette. This horned design is nicely embellished with some flowers on each side, which forms a more feminine look. I also like that it’s got a nice yellow glyph that adds more color to the look. I’m starting to like these horned-women designs more and more. This one’s on the softer side as it uses thinner strokes and shading that isn’t too dark. Here’s a really solid-looking design. This is perfect for those who want that dark yet intricate piece that will spark people’s interest. Animal designs are usually the main symbol for geometric pieces. This goat piece is surrounded by a lot of circular elements that achieve an otherworldy, futuristic look. Here’s another beautiful constellation piece with a really good placement. It’s exposed while also accentuating the collarbone. We’ve got this lovely Capricorn fairy. I love how this really embodies that femme fatale look that Capricorns exhibit. Here’s a more embellished Capricorn glyph. Adding in these floral elements is such an easy way to create a daintier look. Here’s an all too beautiful tattoo. I really love extended pieces that are very intentional in the details that they include. Here’s another take on the Capricorn constellation. I’m truly in awe of how lovely the two-tone flowers look. The blue and purple complement each other so well. This is such an interesting foot piece. This horned piece hugs the tattoo location really well, allowing all the details to shine. We’ve got another vibrant red piece. I love the mixture of these two vibrant colors that produce such a lively look. We’re moving on with a daintier piece with sweeter and softer elements. Mixing all of these light colors together produces a fun and playful look. Here’s a beautiful armpiece. I really like the addition of the flower and leaf wreath that allows this piece to perfectly fit this location. Here’s one of my favorite designs in this collection. I absolutely love simple designs that are inked with very vibrant colors. Here’s another glyph tattoo but with added details. I especially love the layered constellation, which pushes the Capricorn theme a bit further. This is definitely one of my favorite designs in this collection. I love the vertical layering of different prints that are beautifully tied together with these tiny surrounding rays. We’ve got a tattoo of a woman who looks like a Capricorn goddess. I love how all the details create the image of divinity and regalness. If you prefer a more modern approach, you can also go with this punk-looking design. The goat mask just puts me in awe. We’ve got a simpler yet enthralling tattoo piece. I love how the lines create this really engaging and hypnotic illusion. Here’s quite the enchanting sea goat that’s replaced with this captivating-looking woman. There are also additional constellation details that tie this look beautifully. This is probably as minimalistic as it gets. I really love pieces that are able to maximize simple lines and curves to create such a clean yet delightful design. We’ve got another traditional Capricorn design. I still appreciate the very subtle division between the goat and fish design. We’ve got quite the interesting glyph. I love the sketch-like effect that was achieved, which creates more of an authentic look. We’ve got more of a minimalistic constellation piece. The best part is definitely the tiny pops of color, which result in such a cute look. The division of the colorless area and the vibrant tail is such an amazing way of distinguishing the two different characteristics of Capricorns. The great thing about tattoos is that you can personalize them to your style and liking. Here’s a cute little dino in place of your classic sea goat. I absolutely love the placement of this tattoo. I also love the more gothic approach of using a skull which is contrasted with some feminine touches of flowers. We’re bringing you another one of those classic geometric pieces. This one’s a bit sharper, making it a better fit for the forearm. If you’re a fan of finger tattoos, going for the classic Capricorn glyph is a great option. It’s best as it can fit smaller areas. Here’s a larger Capricorn glyph for when you want it tatted on a larger surface area. I love the added horn effect! If you’re looking to get a good night’s sleep by keeping all the nightmares away, get this trustee old Capricorn-themed dream catcher. We’re ending this collection with another floral constellation piece. This piece perfectly embodies femininity and elegance. Where Should You Get a Woman’s Capricorn Tattoo? Ribcage Ankle Shoulder
Our Capricorn women are efficient, goal-driven, and ambitious. They have a golden heart and are incredibly brilliant game-changers. They are also perfectionists, which means it could be challenging for them to choose a tattoo design.
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